(CHN) Key tasks: Set up and export financial information for GB/T 24589-2010 [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 2012

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

Use these procedures to create a GB/T 24589-2010 report. You set up parameters and reporting schemas to export the business information for a selected fiscal period to XML files. You can validate the structure and information in the XML files before you send the GB/T 24589-2010 report to the authorities.

You can use the XML files to export the following records to a GB/T 24589-2010 report:

  • Master records, such as a vendor list, customer list, and chart of accounts

  • Customer and vendor transactions, such as sales and purchases

  • Ledger account balances

  • Fixed asset transactions that include depreciation


To use this feature, you must install an XML editor application.

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > Organization > GB/T 24589-2010.

  2. In the GB/T 24589-2010 parameters form, click the GB/T 24589-2010 link. On the General FastTab, enter information about your organization. This information includes the financial dimension that your organization uses to report cash flow. The organization information is displayed in the header of the GB/T 24589-2010 report.

  3. In the Cashflow dimension field, enter the financial dimension number that is used to report cash flow activity.

  4. In the Format of cash flow dimension field, enter the number format that is used for the cash flow dimension. For example, if your organization uses 1111-00-1 as the number for the cash flow dimension, the number format that you enter is 4-2-1.

  5. In the Format of fixed asset group ID field, enter the number format that is used for fixed asset groups. For example, if your organization uses 555-88-01 as the number format for fixed asset groups, the number format that you enter is 3-2-2.

  6. On the Xml schema and export folder FastTab, click View schema to open the Standard data element type XML Schema file.

  7. Review the information in the file. You cannot modify the structure in the file. Use this file to review the schema structure, and to validate the schema in your XML output files before you submit the report to the authorities.

  8. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the remaining XML files.

  9. Select the Export accounts receivable and payable data check box if you want to export customer and vendor transactions.

  10. Select the Export fixed asset data check box if you want to export fixed asset transactions, such as purchases, disposals, and depreciation.

  11. In the Export XML files to field, select the location in which to store the current XML files. Save the current files in the selected location.

  12. Click the Financial statements link. Select a financial statement for your organization to map to the financial statements on the GB/T 24589-2010 report.

  13. Click the Fixed assets link. Select the ledger accounts that you use to record fixed asset transactions. The transactions in these accounts are displayed in the fixed assets section of the GB/T 24589-2010 report.

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  1. Click General ledger > Periodic > China > GB/T 24589 Export.

  2. On the General FastTab, select the fiscal year and period for which to export financial information. By default, the current fiscal year and period are displayed. You can modify the fiscal year and period.

  3. The Export to field displays the location of the XML files that contain your organization’s financial information for the specified fiscal year and period. The location is selected in the GB/T 24589-2010 parameters form.

  4. Click the GBT preview button to review the financial information in the report before you send the report to the authorities.

  5. On the Batch tab, you can set up a recurring job to create the GB/T 24589-2010 report. For example, you can set up a batch job to create the report after you close a fiscal period. For more information about how to set up a batch job, see Submit a batch processing job from a form.

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