About automatic adjustment transactions [AX 2012]

Updated: November 19, 2010

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

Your Microsoft Dynamics AX administrator may have configured the system to always create two new adjustment records, regardless of which field on the entry line is adjusted. One of these transactions is created to cancel the original entry with a negative amount, and the other new entry is created with the adjusted amount.

If the system is not configured to always create new adjustment lines automatically, some adjustments still result in new transactions when you create adjustments by using the Adjustment form. The following table defines whether adjustments to a particular field result in new transactions.

Adjusted field

New transaction created

Project ID

Always

Category

Always

Quantity

Always

Line property

Only if the transaction includes accrued revenue and the line property is changed from a line property where the Accrue revenue check box is selected to a line property where this check box is not selected.

Currency

Only if the transaction includes accrued revenue.

Sales price

Only if the transaction includes accrued revenue.

Cost price

Only if the ledger status is Profit & loss or Balance.

Dimension

Only if the transaction includes accrued revenue and the ledger status is Profit & loss or Balance.

Activity

Never

Item sales tax group

Never

Sales tax group

Never

Description

Never


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