(IND) Create an export order for DBK scheme [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 2012

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

To apply for duty drawback and settle the duty drawback transactions, you must create an export sales order, post the shipping bill, apply for duty drawback for the export sales order, and then settle the duty drawback transactions.

Update the duty drawback details on the Line details FastTab in the Tax information area in the Sales order form before posting the invoices.

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Common > Sales orders > All sales orders.

  2. On the All sales orders list page, on the Action pane, on the Sales order tab, click Sales order to create a new sales order.

  3. In the Create sales order form, in the Customer account field, select the customs customer. Then select the Export order check box.

  4. Enter any additional field values, and then click OK to create a new sales order.

  5. Add a sales order line, and then on the Line details FastTab, click the Tax information tab in the lower pane.

  6. In the Customs field group, in the Customs tariff code field, select the customs tariff code for the sales order line.

  7. In the Drawback CENVAT status field, select one of the following options to indicate whether the manufacturer takes advantage of the CENVAT credit:

    • Availed – The manufacturer takes advantage of the CENVAT credit.

    • Not availed – The manufacturer does not take advantage of the CENVAT credit.


    You can modify the Drawback CENVAT status field only if the following conditions are met:

    • The Duty drawback check box is selected in the DBK area in the Incentive scheme parameters form.

    • The Export order check box is selected in the Create sales order form when you create the sales order.

  8. In the Drawback rate type field, select one of the following rate values:

    • All industry rate – The rate applies to various product categories as a percentage of the Free On Board (FOB) price of the exported products. A value cap is applied to certain product categories.

    • Brand rate – The rate applies only to special products.

    • Special brand rate – The rate applies to products when the actual duty paid on the input goods is more than the all industry rate that is fixed for the product.


    To modify the Drawback rate type and Drawback pct. fields, you must select either Availed or Not availed in the Drawback CENVAT status field.

  9. In the Drawback pct. field, enter the drawback percentage to use to calculate the drawback amount.

  10. In the Port ID field, select the export and import (EXIM) port for the sales order.

  11. In the Product group field, select the product group that applies to the items in the export order. The product group determines the duty drawback values that apply to the export order lines. A product group must be selected to post an export order.


    If the quantity of the item on the Sales order lines FastTab is negative, the Drawback CENVAT status, Drawback rate type, and Drawback pct. fields are not available.

  12. Post the export order to update the financial entries for the items and the customer account.

    For more information about how to post an export sales order, see (IND) Invoice an export sales order.

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