(ESP) Generate a customer payment remittance file [AX 2012]

Updated: May 23, 2014

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

This topic explains how to generate remittance files for a selected method of payment format. You can generate remittance files for a bill of exchange (BOE) that is created for Single European Payment Area (SEPA). Before you create the remittance journal, complete the following tasks:

NoteNote

This topic has been updated to include information about features that were added or changed for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3. For more information, see the section later in this topic.

Use the following procedures to create a remittance journal for the selected remittance format, and to generate a remittance file.

To create a remittance journal for the posted customer invoices, follow these steps:

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Journals > Bill of exchange > Remittance journal.

  2. Select a journal that uses the Customer bank remittance journal type.

  3. On the Bill of exchange tab, select a remittance type and a bank account.

  4. Click Lines, and then select a customer account.

  5. Click Functions > Settlement to open the Settle open transactions form.

  6. Select the Mark check box next to an open BOE transaction.

  7. Close the Settle open transactions form. Click Post > Post.

To generate a remittance file, follow these steps:

  1. In the Journal voucher form, click Functions > Generate remittance.

  2. In the Method of payment field, select a method of payment that uses the Remittance Format 19,32 & 58 AEB(ES) format, and then click Dialog. The Remittance Format 19,32 & 58 AEB(ES) dialog box opens.

  3. In the Remittance format field, select the export format for the selected method of payment.

    For example, select Format 19 proc. 1 or Format 19 Proc. 2 for direct debit payments. Select Format 32 for remittance payments or Format 58 for advanced payments.

  4. Depending on the format that you selected, enter additional information. For example:

    • If you selected Format 32, indicate whether to attach physical drafts to the remittance file, and select which type of document to attach, such as a BOE.

    • If you selected Format 19 proc. 1 or Format 19 Proc. 2, enter the date on which the payment is requested.

  5. Enter the file name and location to create the remittance file.

  6. Select the Control report check box to print a report that displays information about the transactions that are included in the remittance file.

  7. Click OK.

  8. In the Generate remittance form, click OK. The remittance file is generated and the Bank remittance report is printed.

  9. Review the control report. If changes are needed, repeat steps 2 through 8 to regenerate the remittance file.

To generate a remittance file for posted customer invoices, follow these steps:

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Journals > Bill of exchange > Remittance journal.

  2. Select a journal that uses the Customer bank remittance journal type.

  3. On the Bill of exchange tab, select a remittance type and a bank account.

  4. Click Lines, and then select a customer account that uses a SEPA payment.

  5. Click Functions > Settlement to open the Settle open transactions form.

  6. Select the Mark check box next to an open BOE transaction.

  7. Close the Settle open transactions form. Click Post > Post.

  8. Click Functions > Generate remittance.

  9. In the Remittance format field, select the export format for the selected method of payment.

  10. Enter the file name and location to create the remittance file.

  11. Select the Control report check box to print a report that displays information about the transactions that are included in the remittance file.

  12. Click OK.

  13. In the Generate remittance form, click OK. The remittance file is generated, and the Bank remittance report is printed.


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