Customer invoice totals (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 20, 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 > Inquiries > Journals > Invoice journal. Click Totals.


Click Sales and marketing > Common > Sales orders > All sales orders. Select an invoiced sales order. On the Action Pane, on the Invoice tab, in the Journals group, click Invoice. Click Totals.

Use this form to view historical totals for the current invoice. You cannot modify the information in this form.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.




View information about invoice volume and value totals, such as total quantity, total line discount, total cost value, and total tax.


View invoice information for the current invoice.


View customer information for the current invoice.




The total number of product units on the current invoice.


The total volume of items on the current invoice.


The total weight of the items on the current invoice.

Cost value

The cost value of the invoice.


The contribution margin of the invoice.

Contribution ratio

The contribution ratio of the invoice.


The currency for the invoice.

Line discount

The total line discount for the invoice lines. This field is not used for free text invoices.

Sales subtotal amount

The total for the invoice lines. This does not include total discounts, sales tax, and charges.

Total discount

The discount amount, if an invoice discount has been entered.

Total charges

The total incidental cost of product delivery for the invoice. This includes postage, freight, and other charges.

Sales tax

The total tax that is added.

Invoice amount

The total invoice amount. This includes any discount, charges, sales tax, and rounding.

Cash discount

The calculated cash discount that is granted, if the customer pays the invoice before the due date of the cash discount. The cash discount is specified for the customer in the Customers form. It is displayed in the Cash discount field on the invoice.

Cash discount date

The last payment date on which the customer can receive a cash discount. This date is calculated from the cash discount terms, as defined in the Cash discounts form. The cash discount terms also are displayed in the Cash discount field on the invoice.


The invoice number, which is generated automatically when you update the invoice. You can define the invoice number series in the Number sequences form.


The date of the invoice. This is also used as the posting date. This date is used to calculate the due date and the cash discount date.


The due date of the invoice amount, which is calculated by using the payment terms that are specified for the invoiced order.


The due date is used to calculate the balance allocation for the customer, print lists of due invoices, calculate interest, and create collection letters.


The ledger voucher number, which is generated automatically when the invoice is updated. You can define the voucher series in the Number sequences form.

Customer account

The account number of the customer.

Invoice account

The account number of the customer who was invoiced.

One-time customer

If this check box is selected, the invoice is for a one-time customer.


The customer group on the invoice.


The language that is used on the invoice.

Posting profile

The posting profile for the invoice.

Number sequence group

The number sequence group identifier, which you set up in the Number sequence groups form.

Your ref.

The customer's reference.

Contact ID

The contact person for the customer account.


The currency code.


The exchange rate for the specified currency.

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