Customer payment management transactions (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 16, 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 transactions.

Use this form to view and manage payment transactions and to view the payment step that each transaction has reached. The payment transactions were originally entered in a payment journal.

Each time a payment step is completed, the payment process automatically advances to the next step.


To set up payment steps, click Payment step process in the Methods of payment - customers form.

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




View the list of payment transactions.


View additional information about the payment transaction that is selected on the Overview tab.




Post the transactions that are selected on the Overview tab.


Cancel the transactions that are selected on the Overview tab.


Renegotiate the transactions that are selected on the Overview tab.

History on payment

Open the History on payment form, where you can view the history of payment transactions for the customer account on the selected transaction.



Method of payment

The payment method for the current transaction.

Payment step identification

The step that the payment for the transaction has reached.

Customer account

The customer account that is used for the transaction.


The identifier of the document that generated the transaction.


The voucher number for the attached ledger transaction. The voucher number is determined by the voucher series that was defined in the Number sequences form.


The date of the current transaction.

Due date

The date on which payment for the transaction is due. This date affects the calculation of balances, collection letters, and interest notes.


The deadline for feedback from the bank about payments.


The currency code for the transaction.

Amount in transaction currency

The total amount of the transaction in the transaction currency.


The transaction amount in the accounting currency.

Bank account


The bank account for this payment.

Reporting batch

The identifier of the reporting batch.

Bank account

(Customer bank accounts)

The identifier of the customer's bank account.

Customer account

The customer account number.

Exchange rate

The currency exchange rate that applies to the transaction. The currency rate that is expressed here is the rate that is set up in the Currency exchange rates form, but you can change this rate.

Secondary exchange rate

The rate of the secondary part of the transaction.

Document date

The document date.

When a customer or vendor invoice is entered, the actual date of the invoice is usually used as the posting date. Both the due date and the cash discount date are, in that case, calculated from this date.

Occasionally, you might have to calculate the due date and cash discount date based on a date that differs from the posting date.

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