Customer payment proposal (class form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 23, 2011

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

Click Accounts receivable > Journals > Payments > Payment journal. Click Lines, and then click Payment proposal > Create payment proposal.

Use this form to generate payment proposals that you can review and modify in the Customer payment proposal form. From the Customer payment proposal form, you can transfer the proposals to the payment journal after you review and modify them.

The proposals are generated based on open and approved customer transactions.

Enter the criteria for the proposal and then click OK. Click Cancel to cancel the payment proposal generation.

NoteNote

Use the Period field in the Methods of payment - customers form to select whether the invoices are combined in an automatic payment proposal. Select from the following options:

  • Invoice – Create one payment for each invoice.

  • Date – Create one payment for all invoices that have the same due date.

  • Week – Create one payment for all invoices that have a due date in the same week.

  • Total – Create one payment for all invoices.

The following table provides descriptions for the controls in this form.

Field

Description

Proposal type

Select the proposal type:

  • Per due date – Include open transactions that are due in the range of dates that is specified for the proposal.

  • By cash discount – Include open transactions that are eligible for a cash discount in the range of dates that is specified for the proposal.

  • Due date and cash discount – First, include open transactions that are eligible for a cash discount. Then, include open transactions according to due date.

Generate

Select this check box to generate a payment proposal.

Print

Select this check box to print the payment proposal.

NoteNote

You can print a payment proposal without generating it.

Amount limit

Enter the total amount limit to be selected for payment.

Transaction limit

Enter the maximum number of invoice transactions to be paid.

Delete negative payments

Select this check box to delete payments if the amount to be paid is negative.

From date

Enter the first date for the customer transactions to be included in the payment proposal.

To date

Enter the last date for the customer transactions to be included in the payment proposal.

Total payment date

Enter the date when the payment is requested. This is used only when the invoices that make up the payment are totaled.

For more information, see the information at the start of this topic.

Use future due date

Select this check box to display the due date in the journal lines date field.

NoteNote

(ITA) This control is available only to legal entities whose primary address is in Italy. In addition, the Date options for payment proposal check box in the Accounts receivable parameters form must be selected.

Posting date

The date that is displayed in the journal lines that are created from the proposal.

NoteNote

(ITA) This control is available only to legal entities whose primary address is in Italy. In addition, the Date options for payment proposal check box in the Accounts receivable parameters form must be selected.

Payment currency

Select a currency for payments.

Invoice

Enter the invoice number that is shown on the payment receipt that you received from the bank. Or, select the invoice number from the list of open customer invoices and free text invoices. Based on the invoice information, payment lines are created automatically and are marked for settlement.

Check balance

Select this check box to cancel payments if the balance is exceeded. When a payment proposal is created, it is important to pay only invoices that are due and approved. It is also important to verify whether an outstanding balance exists on the account. This can prevent the payment of invoices where, for example, a credit note or a payment has not been settled.

Include customer invoices from other legal entities

If this check box is selected, the payment proposal will include invoices from other legal entities that are included in the search criteria.

If this check box is cleared, the payment proposal includes only invoices from the current legal entity.

Propose separate customer payment per legal entity

If this check box is selected, a separate payment is created for each legal entity per customer. The customer account for the payment is the customer for the invoice.

If this check box is cleared, and a customer has invoices to be paid in multiple legal entities, one payment is created for the total amount of the selected invoices in all the selected legal entities. The customer account for the payment is the customer account in the current legal entity. If the customer account does not exist in the current legal entity, the customer account of the first invoice to be paid is used.

This check box is available only if the Include customer invoices from other legal entities check box is selected.

Default offset account type

The default offset account type. If you do not select an account type, the account type for each payment is based on the method of payment.

  • Ledger – Use a ledger account.

  • Bank – Use a bank account.

Default offset account

The default offset account. This field is available only if an account type is selected in the Default offset account type field.

Billing classification

Select one or more billing classifications to include in the results.

NoteNote

This control is available only if the Public Sector configuration key is selected.

Include transactions without a billing classification

If this check box is selected, all transactions that do not have a billing classifications assigned to them will appear in the results.

NoteNote

This control is available only if the Public Sector configuration key is selected.


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