Cancel payment (form) (deposit slips) [AX 2012]

Updated: December 8, 2010

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

Click Cash and bank management > Common > Deposit slips. Click Cancel payment.

Use this form to cancel a deposit slip payment. You can do this if a customer payment is not valid.

When you cancel a deposit slip, the transactions and any related settlements are reversed.

If a deposit slip has been reconciled in the bank statement, the payment cannot be reversed.

You can also open this form from other forms in which you can cancel payments, such as the Transactions form.

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

Field

Description

Date

Enter the date when the deposit slip is canceled and the payment is reversed.

Reason code

Select the reason why you are canceling the payment.

NoteNote

A reason code is required if the Require reasons for deposit slip payment cancellations check box is selected in the Bank parameters form. For more information, see Cash and bank management parameters (form).

Reason comment

Enter more information about the reason.

If you select a reason code before you enter a reason comment, the default comment that is set up for the reason code is displayed. You still can change the comment.

Bank account number

The bank account that is affected by the payment cancellation.

Deposit slip

The deposit slip that is affected by the payment cancellation.

Journal name

Select the journal name that is the template for the reversal transaction.

You can modify this field only if the Use review process for deposit slip payment cancellations check box in the Bank parameters form is selected and you opened this form from Cash and bank management.

This list includes all journal names that have a journal type of Bank deposit slip cancellation and that you or your user group has access to, based on the journal name setup.


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