(IND) EXIM Duty Drawback schemes (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 24, 2012

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

Click General ledger > Common > EXIM Duty Drawback schemes.

Use this form to view the duty drawback transactions that were generated when the export-import (EXIM) process was run and the duty drawback transactions were processed.

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

Tab

Description

Overview

View the statistical data for the duty drawback transactions that were generated when you ran the process to apply for duty drawback.

General

View the account details and duty drawback letter number for the duty drawback transactions.

Button

Description

Transactions

Open the Duty drawback transactions form, where you can view the total amount of drawback that is allowed and the total amount of drawback that must be settled.

Details

Open the Transaction vouchers form, where you can view the duty drawback voucher transactions that were generated when you ran the process to apply for duty drawback.

Field

Description

Drawback ID

The drawback serial number that was assigned to the duty drawback transaction. The Drawback ID and Status fields are updated after an EXIM Duty Drawback schemes form is updated.

Date/time

The transaction date that was selected when the duty drawback transactions were generated. This date is selected in the Transaction date/time field in the Duty drawback form.

Port ID

The port ID that is assigned to the shipping bills that were processed by the EXIM duty drawback process.

Start date/time

The start date and start time for the period in which duty drawback is applied for.

End date/time

The end date and end time for the period in which duty drawback is applied for.

Status

The status of the shipping bill with respect to the duty drawback.

  • Applied – The duty drawback transaction is available for posting.

  • Closed – The realized amount is equal to the allowed drawback amount in the EXIM Duty Drawback schemes form, and the duty drawback transactions are posted to the general ledger.

  • Rejected – The duty drawback transaction was rejected by the authority.

Customer account

The customer that the export order was created for.

Receivable account

The account number for posting the drawback amount in the ledger.

Detail level

The summarization level that was selected for the shipping bills when the duty drawback transactions were generated. The summarization level is either Details or Summary.

Bank account

The company bank account that is registered with the port authority.

Drawback letter number

Enter the number of the drawback letter that was provided by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) authority.

Text

Enter a description of the drawback.


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