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A company implements Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management and configures the system to support process manufacturing.
The company manufactures pain-relieving lotions. Several of the primary ingredients are delivered at different concentrations depending on the ingredient and vendor. Ingredient A is the primary active ingredient in the lotion. IngredientB is used as a compensating ingredient.
You need to ensure that the system is set up to support the manufacturing process.
Solution: Create a dimension-based product with configurations. Use a price model to calculate the different configurable option costs.
Does the solution meet the goal?
No, the solution does not meet the goal. A dimension-based product with configurations is used for discrete manufacturing, not process manufacturing. A price model is used to calculate the cost of different configurations of a product, not the cost of different concentrations of an ingredient. For process manufacturing, you need to use a formula-based product with batch attributes and potency management. A formula defines the materials, ingredients, and outcomes of a specific process. Batch attributes are used to capture the characteristics of a batch of products or ingredients.Potency management is used to adjust the quantity of an ingredient based on its concentration or strength1.