(RUS) Transfer assets between companies [AX 2012]

Updated: October 18, 2012

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

NoteNote

This topic has not been fully updated for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2.

You can create individual transfer transactions to transfer assets to another company. If the companies have separate databases, transfer transactions are created in the company that you are transferring an asset from, and receipt transactions are created in the company that that you are transferring the asset to.

Before you create fixed assets transfers between companies, you must adjust the settings of the value models.

  1. Click Fixed assets > Setup > Value models.

  2. On the Overview tab, press CTRL+N and create a value model.

  3. On the Map tab, in the Company accounts ID field, select the company code that the asset will be transferred to.

  4. In the Value model field, select the value model number that corresponds to the current account for the company.

  1. Click Fixed assets > Common > Fixed assets > Fixed assets.

  2. On the Overview tab, select the asset to be transferred.

  3. Click History > Issue.

  4. In the Date field, enter the date of the transfer.

  5. In the Company accounts ID field enter the code for the company receiving the asset, if necessary.

  6. In the Fixed asset field, modify the code for the asset, if necessary.

    NoteNote

    After you select the company that is receiving the asset, you can select the inventory number that corresponds to the asset after the transfer. The statuses of the assets are Scheduled and Written off. Assets with a Written off status can be returned after transfer only if you have selected a company in the Company field.

  7. The Posted field in the Issue to another company form is updated after a transfer transaction in the fixed assets journal is posted. The ledger accounts of the receiving company are updated to acknowledge the transaction.

    On the General tab, information is displayed about the transfer journal used to transfer the asset, if the journal was created and closed. If the journal was not created, you can enter the document number and date manually.

    Information on the Value models tab is displayed when posting a transfer transaction in the fixed assets journal. This information cannot be modified. The number of lines displayed on the Value models tab must be equal to the number of models that the transaction was posted for.

    The value model, balance cost, and book depreciation for the asset that was transferred are displayed, along with the period that the asset was used prior to the transfer.

  8. Click Fixed assets (Russia) > Journals > FA journal.

  9. Click Lines. Enter the transfer transaction in the lines of the journal. This is similar to creating an acquisition transaction.

    NoteNote

    The date of the transaction in the fixed assets journal cannot be earlier than the date that the transfer was registered in the asset history.

  10. Click Post > Post. If the transaction included all value models, the status of the asset is Written off. Value model information for the receiving company is updated in the Transfer form.

    NoteNote

    In the Receipt from another company form, the fields on the Overview and Value models tabs are updated for the asset record. When you transfer an asset to another company, the material asset types in the records for the asset being transferred and accepted is not verified automatically. You must verify that information in the Type field on the General tab of the Fixed assets form.

  1. Click Fixed assets (Russia) > Journals > Transfer journals > Transference to another company.

  2. On the Overview tab, press CTRL+N to create a new line, and then in the Date field, enter the date for the asset transfer.

  3. In the Company accounts ID field, enter the account ID for the receiving company, if the company shares the same database.

    NoteNote

    The journal number is based on the configured number sequence. However, you can enter it manually.

  4. Click Lines.

  5. In the Lines of FA transfer journal form, press CTRL+N to create a new line.

  6. In the Source field, select the number for the asset that is being transferred.

    NoteNote

    Available assets have an Exploitation status. The name of the asset being transferred is displayed in the Account name field. If the receiving company is specified for the journal, its name is displayed in the Destination company field.

  7. In the Destination field, select the asset number of the receiving company that corresponds to the asset that is being transferred.

    NoteNote

    Available assets have a Scheduled or Written off status. The account that the asset is transferred to is displayed in the Account name field based on your entry in the Destination field.

  8. Create the required number of lines and close the form.

  9. Click Close in the Issue to another company form. The Posted check box on the Overview tab will be selected, and information about the transfer will be displayed in the history of the FA/IAs specified in the journal lines.

  10. Post the transfer transaction in the FA journal.


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