Payment calendar (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: August 15, 2012

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

Click Accounts payable > Setup > Payment > Payment calendar.


Click Accounts payable > Setup > Payment > Payment calendar.

Use this form to set up payment calendars. You can use payment calendars to make sure that the due dates for customer payments and vendor payments are always set on business days. You can also use payment calendars to control calculations for grace periods, so that the start date is always on a business day.

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



State/province holidays

Specify additional exceptions to the standard work week at the state and province levels. These exceptions apply only to the state or province that you specify.


Import settings from a payment calendar that already exists.



Payment calendar

The name of the payment calendar.

Location calendar

If this check box is selected, the payment calendar is for a specific country or region.


If the Location calendar check box is selected, the country or region that the payment calendar is valid for.

Standard business week (field group)

Selected check boxes in this field group define the days of the week when your legal entity does business.

Display days for calendar year

The calendar year that the exception dates (non-business days) apply to.


The date of the exception to the standard business week. When you select a date, the Day and Month fields are automatically filled in.


The type of exception that is associated with the day. You can select either Holiday or Business day. The Business day option is typically used to create a set of consecutive non-business days. For example, in one year, a standard holiday falls on a Tuesday. The authorities decide to make the preceding Monday a holiday, as well.

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