Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Bill of Materials or BOM overview question and answer

1. What does a BOM define?
ANSWER:
A BOM defines the components needed for a product.

2. How many levels can BOMs consist of?
ANSWER:
BOMs can consist of as many levels as is necessary.

3. Which form in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 provides a graphical overview of a BOM?
ANSWER:
The BOM designer lets users graphically create new BOM versions and change existing versions.

4. What are BOM lines?
ANSWER:
The lines in the BOM are the individual items (or components) that make up the BOM.

5. Which of the following are the BOM line types that are used in a BOM? (Select all that apply)
(√) Item
(√) Phantom
( ) Kanban
( ) Service

6. Which are the locations from where you can create BOMs? (Select all that apply)
(√) Released products list page
( ) Designer
( ) BOM line
(√) Bills of materials form

7. What are the purposes of having version control with BOMs? (Select all that apply)
( ) It lets users independently sell, revise, or plan sub-BOMs in alignment with the parent production
(√) It lets users make ongoing changes to the item and to use different configurations depending on the manufacturing circumstance
( ) It keeps history of all BOM versions that are created
(√) It supports phasing out of old components so that new components can start to be produced or bought