MB7-639(Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 Manufacturing)

About this Exam
This certification exam measures your ability to do the following:

  • Understand and articulate how to set up and use the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0
  • Manufacturing modules effectively.
  • Time requirements and questions
  • 90 minutes to complete the exam
  • 47 questions, with a passing rate of 70 percent
  • Multiple choice and multiple answer questions

Audience Profile
Individuals who want to obtain a certification on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 Manufacturing should take this exam.
Additional skills recommended:

  • General working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP, or Windows Vista; the setup and configuration process; and manufacturing rules and practices.

Topics Covered

Skills Being Measured

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.

The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam.
Setup (6 percent)

  • Manufacturing Setup
  • Inventory Setup as Related to Manufacturing

Production Bill of Materials (21 percent)

Understanding the Production Bill of Materials

  • Understanding the Advanced Features of the Production BOM
  • Understanding the Production Design Reports
  • Capacities and Shop Loading (11 percent)

    Understanding Capacities Setup

  • Understanding Routings
  • Understanding Routing, Capacities, and Shop Load Reports
  • Understanding Facilities
  • Understanding Work Center and Machine Center Calendars
  • Understanding Shop Load Basics and Capacities
  • Understanding Finite Loading
  • Understanding Production Schedule
  • Production Orders (17 percent)

    • Understanding the Structure, Purpose, and Statuses of a Production Order
    • Fundamentals of Creating a Manual Production Order, Changes to the Production Order, and Replanning Productions
    • Understanding Production Order Statistics
    • Understanding Production Order Reports and Journaling
    • Understanding Consumption
    • Understanding Picking and Putting Away in Warehouse
    • Understanding Output
    • Understanding Finished Production Orders
    • Understanding Automatic Postings

    Sales, Forecasting, and Planning (13 percent)

    Understanding the Sales Order Planning Window

  • Effects of Changes to Production and Sales Orders
  • Understanding Order Planning
  • Understanding Production Forecasting
  • Netting Actual Demand and Forecast
  • Understanding the Planning Worksheet
  • Forecasting Sales Items and Components
  • Understanding the Output MPS Provides to MPR Input
  • Understanding an Enterprise System
  • Understanding Regenerative Planning
  • Net Change Planning
  • Order Tracking and Action Messaging
  • Understanding Variants
  • Understanding Inventory Locations
  • Understanding Inventory Transfers
  • Understanding Blanket Sales Orders
  • Understanding Multi-Level Production Orders
  • Understanding Planning Tools and Reports
  • Subcontracting and Additional Topics (13 percent)

    • Setting Up a Subcontractor
    • Set Up Subcontractor Cost by Subcontractor or by Process
    • Setting Up a Routing with a Subcontractor
    • Processing a Production Order with a Subcontractor
    • Determining When a Purchase Order Is Related to a Production Order
    • Determining the Status of Subcontractor Operations on Released Production Orders
    • Understanding Standard Task Codes
    • Understanding BOM Scrap and Scrap Routing
    • Understanding Non-Productive Time
    • Understanding Parallel Scheduling
    • Understanding Multi-Level Manufacturing
    • Understanding Serial and Lot Number Processing
    • Understanding Business Notifications

    Production Order Processing (8 percent)

    • Issuing Components by Using the Consumption Journal
    • Picking and Putting Away Items Used in Manufacturing in Warehouse
    • Recording Production Order Output by Using the Output Journal
    • Registering Consumption and Output from a Production Journal

    Finishing Orders and Auto Reporting (5 percent)

    • Working with Finished Production Orders
    • Working with Automatic Reporting
    • Working with Automatic Production Posting

    Additional Manufacturing Topics (6 percent)

    • Using Standard Task Codes, Stop Codes, and Scrap Codes
    • Defining BOM Scrap and Routing Scrap
    • Defining Non-Productive Time
    • Identifying Methods to Reduce Lead Time
    • Using Multi-Level Manufacturing
    • Using Business Notification
    • Listing Additional Features

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