(IND) Posting shipping bill (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: October 16, 2012

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

Click Accounts receivable > Common > Customs export order. In the Customs export order list, select an export order, or create a new export order. On the Action Pane, in the Ship group, click Shipping bill.

Use this form to create a shipping bill for an export order.

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




Enter the shipping bill parameters for the item.


Select details about the sales order, invoice, and shipping bill number.


Select the shipping bill date.


View details about the item. Information includes the assessable value and the net amount that is used to calculate customs duty.

Sales orders

View the name and number of the sales order.

Line incentive scheme

View the customs tariff code, duty drawback details, port ID, and product group information that were specified on the selected sales invoice.




Define a query to limit and sort the data that is posted for the shipping bill.


Open the Temporary sales tax transactions form, where you can view the calculated sales tax.

Shipping bill number

Open the Shipping bill number form, where you can create shipping bill numbers.

Assessable value

Open the Assessable value form, where you can view the calculated assessable value.

Sales order line

Open the Dimensions display form, where you can select the dimensions that are displayed on the Lines tab.


Open the Shipping bill details form, where you can view a list of updated shipping bills.



Shipping bill

Select this check box to activate the Number field, and to generate and post the shipping bill.


Select the shipping bill that the transactions will be added to. The shipping bill can be viewed in the Shipping bill form.

(Overview tab)


The type of document to update. For export sales orders that have been created for export-import (EXIM) transactions, the update type is Shipping bill.

Sales order

The export sales order identifier.


The invoice number that is assigned to the export sales order.


Select the shipping bill number for the invoiced sales order if you did not select it on the Parameters tab.

Shipping bill date

Select the shipping bill date.


The identifier of the item configuration, if the item has specific attributes.


The shipping warehouse for the item.

(Lines tab)


Enter the quantity to be updated in the shipping bill.

Net amount

The value of the quantity that is selected in the Update field.

Assessable value

Modify the assessable value for the calculation of customs duty.

Tariff code

Modify the customs tariff code for which the drawback rate is defined.

Drawback CENVAT status

Modify the CENVAT credit status for the manufacturer of the item.

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

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

Drawback rate type

Modify the duty drawback rate type for the line item. You can select one of the following options:

  • 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 that is paid on the input goods is more than the all-industry rate that is fixed for the product.

Drawback pct.

The drawback percentage that is used to calculate the drawback amount.

Port ID

Modify the export-import (EXIM) port for the sales order.

Product group

Modify the product group that is assigned to the items in the export order.

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