(BEL) IBS transactions (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: April 14, 2011

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 > IBS transactions.

Use this form to upload and download payment files and to archive payment transactions by using the Isabel electronic banking software.

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

Tab

Description

Overview tab

Manage the upload and download processing of payment files by using the Isabel electronic banking software.

General tab

Select the bank account details for the selected record.

Button

Description

Archive

Open a menu with the following items:

  • Archive – Archive a selection of payment file transactions. Archived transactions are saved in the archive folder in the upload and download folders that you specified in the IBS parameters form.

  • IBS archive – View the archived transactions.

Upload

Upload the payment files for the selected transaction records to the Isabel electronic banking software.

After you click Upload, you must enter your e-mail address and a password for the Isabel electronic banking software so that the payment files will be uploaded.

NoteNote

You can upload up to 15 files at the same time, but you can upload only one type of file at a time. Files can be uploaded only one time.

Download

Download available bank statement files from the Isabel electronic banking software.

After you click Download, you must specify the date from which to start downloading files. You must also enter a password for the Isabel electronic banking software. The payment files will be downloaded to the download folder that you specified in the IBS parameters form.

Field

Description

Select

Select this check box to include the selected records in the next upload session.

File ID

The unique identification of the payment file.

Request ID

The unique identification of the Isabel electronic banking software request.

File name

Enter the file name and path of the related payment file or bank statement file.

Payment file type

Select the type of payment file that is automatically assigned when the record is created during the Attended mode integration process.

Direction

Indicates the direction of the transaction:

  • Upload – The record is available to be uploaded to the Isabel electronic banking software.

  • Download – The record is downloaded from the Isabel electronic banking software.

Integration type

Indicates the mode in which the file was processed.

When Attended mode is selected in the IBS parameters form, new payment files from the payment journals in either Accounts payable or Accounts receivable are automatically entered in this form.

Status

Indicates the status of the record:

  • New - The record is not yet processed.

  • Manually - The status is not entered automatically during the upload and download process. You must enter this status for manually processed payment files.

  • Deleted - The record has been deleted.

  • Completed - The payment file was successfully uploaded, or the bank statement file was successfully downloaded.

  • Errors - The attempt to upload or download this record was unsuccessful.

NoteNote

This field value is automatically entered during the upload and download process.

Date

The date that the transaction occurred.

Created by

The identification of the user who created the payment file or manually downloaded the bank statement file.

Processed date

The date that the payment file was generated or that the bank statement file was downloaded.

Processed by

The identification of the user who uploaded the payment file or downloaded the bank statement file.

Bank account

Select the identification of the bank account that the payment file was created for.

Bank account number

Enter the bank account number that the payment file was created for.


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