What's new or changed in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management 10.0.24 (February 2022)
This article lists features that are either new or changed in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management version 10.0.24. This version has a build number of 10.0.1084 and is available as follows:
- Preview of release: December 2021
- General availability of release (self-update): January 2022
- General availability of release (auto-update): February 2022
Features included in this release
The following table lists the features that are included in this release. We might update this article to include features that made it into the build after this article was initially published.
|Feature area||Feature||More information||Enabled by|
|Distributed hybrid topology||Enhanced warehouse execution workloads on scale units||Warehouse management workloads for cloud and edge scale units||Enabled by default.|
|Distributed hybrid topology||Start production order on warehouse management workload for the cloud and edge scale unit||Manufacturing execution workloads for cloud and edge scale units||Feature management (Start production order on warehouse management workload for the cloud and edge scale unit)|
|Planning||Planning Optimization support for reorder margin and issue margin||Safety margins||Enabled by default.|
Feature enhancements included in this release
The following table lists the feature enhancements that are included in this release. Each of these enhancements provides an incremental improvement to an existing feature. Because they are only enhancements, they aren't listed in the release plan. However, to ensure that these enhancements won't conflict with your existing customizations or preferences, each of them is turned off by default (unless otherwise noted).
If you want to turn any of these features on or off, you must do that in feature management.
|Module||Feature name in feature management||More information|
|Production control||On-demand material availability check for production orders||This feature makes it faster to open the Production orders to release page, which is available from the Production floor management workspace. Without this feature, the system automatically checks whether materials are available for all listed production orders as soon as you open the page, which can take significant time if you have a large number of orders. When this feature is enabled, the system instead provides a toolbar button, which you can use to initiate the materials check only for selected orders and when needed.|
|Production control||Register material consumption on the production floor execution interface (non-WMS)||This feature enables workers to use the production floor execution interface to register material consumption, batch numbers, and serial numbers. This feature only supports items that are not enabled to use warehouse management processes (WMS). Support for WMS-enabled items is scheduled for a future release.
Some manufacturers, especially those within the process industries, need to explicitly register the amount of material consumed for each batch or production order. For example, workers might use a scale to weigh the amount of material consumed as they work. To ensure full material traceability, these organizations also need to register which batch numbers were consumed when producing each product.
|Production control||Report as finished on warehouse management workload for the cloud and edge scale unit||This feature lets workers use the Warehouse Management mobile app to report a production or batch order as finished when the app is running against a warehouse management workload on a cloud or edge scale unit. For more information, see Report as finished and putaway on a scale unit.|
|Warehouse management||New load planning workbench pages||Adds two new load planning workbench pages: Inbound load planning workbench and Outbound load planning workbench.|
New and updated documentation resources
We have recently added or significantly updated the following help articles. These articles aren't necessarily related to the new features that were added for this release, as listed in the previous section. However, they might help you to get more out of existing features.
|Feature area||New or updated articles|
|Cost management||Inventory value reports|
|Cost management||Inventory value report examples and logic|
|Master planning||Date and time parameters used by Planning Optimization|
|Master planning||Demand forecasting setup|
|Master planning||Use the safety stock journal to update minimum coverage for items|
|Production control||Customize the production floor execution interface|
|Production control||Style the production floor execution interface|
|Sales and marketing||Schedule sales history data cleanup|
|Warehouse management||Mobile device user accounts|
Platform updates for finance and operations apps
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management 10.0.24 includes platform updates. To learn more, see Platform updates for version 10.0.24 of finance and operations apps (February 2022).
For information about the bug fixes included in each of the updates that are part of 10.0.24, sign in to Lifecycle Services (LCS) and view the KB article.
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Removed and deprecated Supply Chain Management features
The Removed or deprecated features in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management article describes features that have been or are scheduled to be removed or deprecated for Supply Chain Management.
- A removed feature is no longer available in the product.
- A deprecated feature is not in active development and may be removed in a future update.
Before any feature is removed from the product, the deprecation notice will be announced in the Removed or deprecated features in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management article 12 months prior to the removal.
For breaking changes that only affect compilation time, but are binary compatible with sandbox and production environments, the deprecation time will be less than 12 months. Typically, these are functional updates that need to be made to the compiler.
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