(IND) Split a DFIA license [AX 2012]

Updated: July 11, 2012

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

You can split a Duty Free Import Authorization (DFIA) if all export obligations have been met for the authorization. After you submit the appropriate documents and the customs authority approves the split and issues a new authorization number, you can use or sell the new authorization.

  1. Click General ledger > Common > EXIM Authorization schemes.

  2. On the Action Pane, in the New group, click EXIM Authorization schemes.

  3. In the EXIM Authorization schemes form, in the Authorization type field, select DFIA. All authorizations that were created for the DFIA authorization type appear on the Overview FastTab.

  4. Select an authorization that has a status of Approved.

  5. Click Functions, and then click Split. In the Split details form, the selected authorization appears in the Original authorization number field.

  6. In the Authorization number field, enter the new authorization number for the split authorization.

  7. In the Issue date field, select the date when the authorization was issued.

  8. In the Split pct. field, enter the percentage of the split. The percentage value that you enter is applied to the remaining values in the Balance, Net balance quantity, and Net balance value fields in the Import details form.

  9. In the Reference number field, enter the reference number of the split authorization.

  10. In the Reference date/time field, enter the date and time when the reference number was issued.

  11. In the Reason field, enter a description or other information about the reason for the split.

This procedure results in the following changes:

  • After the authorization is split, the new authorization is available in the EXIM Authorization schemes form. The Split approved check box is selected automatically.

  • The Product group, Port ID, and Authorization basis fields of the new authorization are updated to match the values of the original license number.

  • The Summary Importable items form is updated with the details that are entered in the Import details form for the new authorization.

Additionally, the following details are updated in the Import details form:

  • The value in the Allowed field is equal to the value in the Balance field in the original authorization multiplied by the value that you entered in the Split pct. field.

  • The values in the Utilized, Sold, and Split value fields are set to zero.

  • The value in the Balance field equals the value in the Allowed field – the value in the Utilized field + the value in the Sold field + the value in the Split value field.

  • On the Overview FastTab, the Item number, Product name, Unit, Balance importable quantity, and Balance importable value fields are updated based on information in the Summary Importable items form.

  • On the Details FastTab, the Split quantity and Split value columns display the values that appear in the corresponding fields on the Overview FastTab.

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