(RUS) Set up composite cell type requisites [AX 2012]

Updated: January 8, 2013

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

A composite requisite is a value that is generated from several cell groups that are not sequential. Use the Requisites setup form to set up composite Cell requisite types that are used in document templates.

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > Financial reports generator > Document templates.

  2. Select a template, and then click Setup. Click Open. The Microsoft Excel worksheet opens in the lower pane of the form.

    NoteNote

    If the worksheet opens in a new window, you must update the system register to open the worksheet in the lower pane of the form. For more information, see (RUS) Update the system register for electronic reporting.

  3. In the Section field, select a section for the requisite.

  4. Click New to create a line, and then in the Requisite type field, select Cell.

  5. In the Requisite and Description fields, enter a requisite code and a description for the requisite. The Attribute field is updated with the XML attribute name. You can change the name if a different name is required.

  6. In the Data type and Output type fields, select the data type and output type of the requisite. For more information, see (RUS) Requisites setup (form).

  7. In the Extended data type field, select the extended data type to verify the value of the requisite that is imported.

  8. In the Excel worksheet in the lower pane of the form, select the source cell for the requisite value.

  9. In the right section of the form, click Add, and then click Yes. A new line is created in the right section of the form.

    NoteNote

    Click Go to, and verify that the selected cells in the worksheet contain the correct values that are used to create the requisite.

  10. In the Prefix field, enter the value that is added before the requisite, and in the Postfix field, enter the value that is added after the requisite.

After you create the lines, you can arrange them in the correct order. Select a line, and then click Up to move the line one position up, or click Down to move the line one position down.


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