Inventory GraphMenu Bar Window
The inventory graph is a table time chart that shows inventory quantity of each item. This graph shows changes in the inventory quantity of each item in graphical and numerical format, enabling you to check future theoretical inventory levels.
The inventory graph is primarily for displaying fluctuations in the existing quantity of each item, but by changing the 'Item row content' property (under the Chart content tab) the:
quantities can also be displayed.
The inventory graph can also display group totals, by setting the 'Inventory graph summary method' property (under the Inventory graph tab). The available options are:
The default is None.
For example, if the Item row content property is set to 'Production graph' and the summary method is Difference, the graph will show only the change in production relative to the previous day (or whatever the chart's unit term is set to).
The appearance of the inventory graph can also be affected by the 'Inventory fluctuation method' property of the item.
Instantaneous - The amount shown on the graph will change by the full quantity immediately when an operation finishes (for production) or starts (for consumption graph)
Linear - The amount shown on the graph changes as the operation progresses.
When there are operations in process and setting the inventory list, And the 'Inventory fluctuation method' property of the item is not Instantaneous, there may be error occurred. See here for more details.
By default, the text shown on the inventory graph is simply the quantity of the item. By changing the 'Number format' (Inventory graph tab) property of the chart display settings, you can customize this format to for example, show the text as a monetary value of the inventory.
By changing the 'Number format' (Inventory graph tab) property of the chart display settings, you can customize this format to for example, show the text as a monetary value of the inventory.
Start time of summary period (start day of week, start day of month) ( Ver.13 restricted features. )
When tabulating on a weekly basis, the start day of the week can be set in the "Start day of week” property. By default, month is set, and weekly summary is done with Monday as the start day of the week.
Normally, this setting is done in accordance with the setting of the “Start day of week” property on the time axis of the time chart.
When tabulating on a monthly basis, the start day of the month can be set in the "Start day of month” property. By default, the 1st is set, and monthly summary is done for the 1-month period starting from the 1st of the month. If the 20th is set, monthly summary is done from the 20th of the month until the 19th of the next month.
Normally, this setting is done in accordance with the setting of the “Start day of month” property on the time axis of the time chart.
Left part text expressions
Items are shown on the left side of inventory chart (vertical axis).
Using item left part text expression property found from chart display settings (table tab), the contents of the information shown on left can be customized.
The above mentioned property setting is reflected to other charts such as operation chart and pegged order chart as well.
<Example>Item Code + Item Name
Background color expression on the left part (Ver.8 restricted feature)
There is a tab to set the left part of the inventory graph in the tab named Chart display settings.
By Item left part color expression
it can be done.
Before Ver.7.3.1, the color is unchangeable.
<Example>Color of Spec1
In an inventory graph, you can perform various operations using the [Chart] menu available in the Menu.
Right-clicking the mouse on each area of an inventory graph invokes a corresponding popup menu.
- Body Part Popup Menu
- Top Part Popup Menu
- Column Header Popup Menu
- Left Part Popup Menu
- Upper Left Part Popup Menu
The inventory graph of the item group code displays the inventory graph for the entire group.
Inventory MIN line display
If the "Inventory MIN" property of an Item is set then a line is displayed as shown below.