(CHN) Generate an account matrix report [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 2012

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

You can generate an account matrix report to view subaccount information and transaction details for a selected range of dimensions for the account matrix. You can view the report in the Chinese format or in the horizontal format. Account matrix reports are used to view cash, bank, expense, and other ledger accounts that have several sublevel ledger accounts. You can configure Microsoft Dynamics AX to automatically print the Matrix dimension report on a recurring basis. For more information, see Print or email a report on a recurring basis.

Use the Matrix account report form to create an account matrix that defines the subaccounts for a ledger account. For example, to view the transaction details for available cash, you can create a new matrix account named Cash, and select ledger account 1001 and its sublevel ledger accounts, 100101, 100102, and 100103.

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > Reports (China) > Matrix account report.

  2. Click New to create a new account matrix.

  3. In the Account matrix field, enter a code for the account matrix.

  4. In the Description field, enter a description for the account matrix.

  5. On the General FastTab, in the Format field, select Debit or Credit for the subaccount. If you select Debit, the amount debited to the subaccount is displayed on the report. If you select Credit, the amount credited to the subaccount is displayed.

  6. In the Main account field, select a main account for the matrix.

  7. On the Sublevel account FastTab, click Add to create a sublevel account.

  8. In the Main account field, select the sublevel main account for the matrix. The main account name is displayed in the Name field.

A Matrix account report contains information about a parent account and its subaccounts, and identifies their formats as debit or credit. The generated report displays the voucher date, voucher number, voucher text, debit or credit amounts, and account balance. The subaccounts are displayed as columns on the report.

  1. Click General ledger > Reports > Reports (China) > Matrix account report (China).

  2. In the From date and To date fields, select the starting and ending dates for the reporting period.

    NoteNote

    If you do not specify a date range, the current date is used as the reporting date. If you specify only the starting date or ending date in the date range, the current date is used as the missing date in the range.

  3. In the Account matrix field, select the reporting account matrix.

  4. In the Transactions field, select Current, Operations, or Tax as the transaction type.

  5. Click OK to generate the report.

You can generate the matrix report with dimension details to view the transaction details for a selected range of dimensions for the account matrix in the horizontal Chinese format. This report sorts the credit and debit values for ledger transactions in multiple columns based on their financial dimensions, such as department, cost center, or purpose. You can view the transaction details of operation costs for several departments for the specified period.

  1. Click General ledger > Reports > Reports (China) > Matrix report with dimensions.

  2. In the Account matrix field, select the reporting account matrix.

  3. In the Dimension type field, select CostCenter, Department, or ExpensePurpose as the type of dimension that is included in the account matrix.

  4. In the From dimension and To dimension fields, select the range of dimensions that the report is generated for.

    NoteNote

    If you do not specify the dimension range, the report is generated for all dimensions. If you specify a value for either From dimension or To dimension, the first dimension that is defined is used as the missing From dimension value, and the last dimension that is defined is used as the missing To dimension value. If you specify a value for From dimension that is less than the To dimension value, the report is generated without validating the dimension values.

  5. In the From date and To date fields, select the starting and ending dates of the reporting period.

    NoteNote

    If you do not specify a date range, the current date is used as the reporting date. If you specify only the starting date or ending date in the date range, the current date is used as the missing date in the range.

  6. Click OK to generate the report details.


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