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Fixed asset due for replacement report (AssetDueReplacement) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 15, 2011

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

This report displays a list of fixed assets that are scheduled for replacement, based on the Replacement date field on the General tab in the Value models form. The report displays the replacement cost, replacement date, asset group, asset number, asset name, value model, acquisition date, and acquisition price for the fixed assets.

When you generate this report, the following default parameters are displayed. You can use these parameters to filter the data that will be displayed on the report. For more information, see Filter the data on a report.

Field

Description

Date from

Select the starting date for the information to include on the report.

Date to

Select the ending date for the information to include on the report.

Dimension

Select the financial dimension by which to group the information on the report.

Subtotal

Select this check box to calculate and display totals for each financial dimension value.

Posting layer

Select the posting layer for which to print information.

The following topics explain how to print a report and how to filter and sort the data on a report.

The following table explains where to find the report in the Application Object Tree (AOT) and how to navigate to the report in the Microsoft Dynamics AX client.

Detail

Description

Name of report in the AOT

AssetDueReplacement

Location of report in the AOT

\SSRS Reports\Reports\AssetDueReplacement

Menu item of the report

AssetDueReplacement

Navigation to the report

Click Fixed assets > Reports > Base data > Fixed asset due for replacement.

The data on this report comes from the following sources:

  • AssetDueReplacementTmp table

NoteNote

To determine where the data in the temp tables comes from, view the cross-references for the AssetDueReplacementDP.processReport class.

If you are a developer, you can learn more about where the data on a report comes from by using the following procedure.

  1. Open the AOT.

  2. Locate the report in the SSRS Reports\Reports node.

  3. Right-click the report and click Add-Ins > Cross-reference > Using (instant view).


Announcements: To see known issues and recent fixes, use Issue search in Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS).
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