Confirmation of product receipt policies (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: October 12, 2011

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

Click Procurement and sourcing > Setup > Policies > Confirmation of product receipt policies.

Use this form to create, modify, and view confirmation of product receipt policies that are defined for your organization. Confirmation of product receipt policies are business rules that you define to help control in which legal entities and procurement categories, and for which vendor accounts employees can perform confirmation of product receipts in Enterprise Portal for Microsoft Dynamics AX.

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

Field

Description

Legal entity code

Select the legal entity code that you want your policy rule to apply to.

  • If you select Table, you must select one legal entity in the Legal entities field. Only this particular legal entity can then perform confirmation of product receipts.

  • If you select All, the policy rule applies to all legal entities in your organization, and you cannot make a selection in the Legal entities field.

Legal entities

Select the legal entity that you want your policy rule to apply to. You can only do this if you selected Table in the Legal entity code field.

Category code

Select the procurement category code that you want your policy rule to apply to.

  • If you select Table, you must select one procurement category from the procurement category hierarchy in the Category field. The rule then only applies to this particular category.

  • If you select All, the policy rule applies to all procurement categories in the procurement category hierarchy, and you cannot make a selection in the Category field.

Category

Select the procurement category from the procurement category hierarchy. You can only do this if you selected Table in the Category code field.

Vendor code

Select the vendor code that you want your policy rule to apply to.

  • If you select Table, you must select one vendor in the Vendor account field. The rule then only applies to this particular vendor.

  • If you select All, the policy rule applies to all vendors, and you cannot make a selection in the Vendor account field.

Vendor account

Select the vendor that you want your policy rule to apply to. You can only do this if you selected Table in the Vendor code field.


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