Unique identifier for the object.
Status of the order. Possible values are “NOT_STARTED”, “BLOCKED”, "IN_PROGRESS", and “DONE”.
A unique, identifying string used in the UI and controlled by the user.
The ID of the product variant being produced.
The quantity planned to produce with the manufacturing order.
The actual quantity of the product made with the manufacturing order.
An array of batch transactions and their quantities. A manufacturing order will always contain one batch transaction since it supports producing into a single batch.
ID of the batch for the manufactured product.
The quantity produced in a particular batch.
The ID of the location to which items are produced.
The timestamp of creating the document. ISO 8601 format with time and timezone must be used.
The timestamp of completing the manufacturing order. ISO 8601 format with time and timezone must be used.
The timestamp of the production deadline for the manufacturing order. ISO 8601 format with time and timezone must be used.
A string attached to the object to add any internal comments, links to external files, additional instructions, etc.
If a manufacturing order was made to order, it can be linked to a sales order.
The ID of the sales order that is linked to the manufacturing order.
The ID of the sales order row that is linked to the manufacturing order.
Delivery deadline of the sales order that is linked to the manufacturing order.
The stock status of required materials or subassemblies listed in the manufacturing order recipe rows. Possible values are "PROCESSED", "IN_STOCK", "NOT_AVAILABLE", "EXPECTED", "NO_RECIPE", "NOT_APPLICABLE".
The total cost of manufacturing the selected quantity of the product. This includes the cost of the ingredients (materials and subassemblies) from recipe rows and the cost of operations multiplied by the quantity. For open MOs, the cost calculation is shown based on the planned quantities but is recalculated at MO completion if the actual quantities are different from the planned.
The planned duration of manufacturing order operations measured in seconds.
The actual time for completing the manufacturing order operations measured in seconds.
The total cost of materials used to make the product. Calculated once the manufacturing order is marked as DONE.
The total cost of subassemblies used to make the product. Calculated once the manufacturing order is marked as DONE.
The total cost of operations for making the product. Calculated once the manufacturing order is marked as DONE.
The timestamp when the manufacturing order was created.
The timestamp when the manufacturing order was last updated.
The timestamp when the manufacturing order was deleted.