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(SWE) Import BG direct debit payment returns to a general journal [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

The Bank Giro Centralen (BGC) of Sweden has updated the Bank Giro (BG) direct debit payment format to include refund requests. You can export the direct debit payment details to the BG direct debit payment file and import the direct debit payment returns to a general journal for validation and posting.

Each time that you import a BG direct debit payment return file, a new transaction is created in the general journal. If you import a payment that already exists in the journal, a duplicate transaction is created for that payment return file. You can also settle payments with an open credit invoice.

Task

Conditions

Cross-reference

Create and post a sales invoice for a Swedish customer

N/A

Key tasks: Customer invoices

Create a payment journal for the sales invoice

  • On the Overview tab of the Journal voucher form, in the Offset account type field, select Bank.

  • In the Offset account field, select the bank account for BG direct debit payments.

  • Verify that the Currency field is set to SEK and the Method of payment field is set to the method of payment created for BG direct debit payments.

    Do not post the payment journal.

Key tasks: Customer payments and settlements

Create a BG direct debit payment file

  • In the Generate payments form, select the method of payment that is set up for BG direct debit payments in the Method of payment field.

  • In the Export format field, select Bank giro Autogiro (SE).

  • In the Bankgirot Autogiro (SE) form, type the path and the name of the payment file in the File name field.

Create an electronic payment file for customers

Use the Load diskette with payments form to import refunds for the BG direct debit return file. If the return file already contains refund information, you can select the Import refunds check box and specify the name of the general journal to be used for the import. If the return file contains refund information but the Import refunds check box is cleared, you must import the return file again to import the refunds. You can then view the new transaction.

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Journals > Payments > Payment transfers.

  2. Click Return file - customer to open the Load diskette with payments form.

  3. In the Method of payment field, select the method of payment that is set up to use the Bank giro Autogiro (SE) import format, and then click OK to open the Bankgirot Autogiro (SE) form.

  4. In the File name field, type the path and the name of the import file, or browse to select the import file on your computer or network.

  5. Select the Import refunds check box to import the refunds from the import file. If you clear the Import refunds check box and the import file already contains refunds, a message is displayed.

  6. In the New journal name field, select the name of the journal used to import refund details. The description of the journal name is automatically displayed in the New journal description field.

  7. Click OK to save and close the Bankgirot Autogiro (SE) form. A new general journal is created and the results are imported.

  8. Click General ledger > Journals > General journal.

  9. Select the journal created for the refund transaction, and then click Lines.

  10. In the Journal voucher form select the journal line to validate for posting, and then click Validate > Validate to validate the journal. . For more information, see Create and validate journals and journal lines.

  11. Click Post > Post to post the journal.

  12. Close the form to save your changes.


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