Get an overview of the maintenance items/spare parts used on an Asset.
Items have been set up in D365BC.
The Asset Items list contains a list of Assets and related Maintenance Items. From the list you can open Asset Cards and Item Cards to see more details. One Asset can be related to several Maintenance Items, and a Maintenance Item can be used on several Assets.
When Maintenance Items are set up on Assets, it is easy to get an overview of which spare parts to use on your Assets and order the correct items for your maintenance jobs. It's also possible to register alternative items, which is useful if preferred spare parts are not available from your supplier.
The Asset Card contains detailed information about the Asset. If Maintenance Items are related to an Asset, they are shown in the list in the Items section.
The Item Card contains detailed information about the Item.Top
Refer to Microsoft documentation for more information about how to create new items in D365BC: Register New Items.Top
You can add one or more maintenance items to the same asset.
The Maintenance Items list contains a list of all items that are set up as Maintenance Items. You see detailed information on each item in the list.
One Asset can be related to several maintenance items, and a maintenance item can be used by several Assets.
Refer to Asset Items to view a list of Assets and the related items.
Refer to Microsoft documentation regarding the setup of inventory items in D365BC: Setting Up Inventory.
Refer to Test Cases "Creating Maintenance Items" and "Add Items to Asset" below for step-by-step procedures on how to work with Maintenance Items.Top
On your role center, select Items > Maintenance Items.
Select the Item link. A new Item Card opens.
On the Item FastTab, enter a description of the item in the Description field.
On the Cost & Posting FastTab > VAT Prod. Posting Group field, select a posting group. If required, select the Select from full list link to see all options.
On the Maintenance FastTab, select the Maintenance Item toggle button to activate it. The button should be shown in green color.
The user can create an item an set it up as a Maintenance Item.Top
On your role center, select Assets > Assets.
Select an Asset in the list by selecting its Nos.
On the Asset Card > Items FastTab, select the Item No. field.
Select the Item. The Item No. and Item Description fields are filled out.
The user can add items/spare parts to an Asset.Top