(IND) Authorization sale details (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: July 20, 2012

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

Click General ledger > Common > EXIM Authorization schemes. In the Authorization type field, select DFIA, and then select the authorization that your company sold. Then, on the Action Pane, in the Functions group, click Sale.

Use this form to enter information about a Duty Free Import Authorization (DFIA) or Advance Authorization (AA) that your organization sold on the open market.


Advance Authorizations can be sold on the open market only under specific conditions. For more information, see (IND) About the EXIM Advance Authorization (AA) incentive scheme.

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



Sale items

Open the Sale items details form, where you can view details about the items that were imported for the selected authorization.



Authorization number

The reference ID that was issued for the authorization by the customs authority. This number is entered in the Authorization approval details form or, if the authorization was purchased on the open market, in the Authorization purchase details form.

Issue date

The date when the authorization was issued.

Import assessable value

The cost, insurance, and freight (CIF) value that remains for the authorization. You can enter a different value.

Expiration date

The last date for applying the authorization to imports.

Sale value

Enter the value of the sale of the authorization.


Enter additional information about the authorization.

Tax ledger posting group

Select a tax ledger posting group that displays Customs in the Tax type column.

IEC number

Select the importer-exporter code (IEC) number for your organization.

Transaction date

Select the posting date for the sale of the authorization. The default date is the current date, but you can enter a different one.

Tax component

Select the tax component that was eligible for the incentive.

Ledger account

The ledger account to which the duty amount that was saved under the incentive scheme was posted.


The association between the tax component and the ledger account is maintained in the Tax ledger posting groups form.


Enter the amount of duty that was saved under the incentive scheme. This amount is posted to the receivable account that is associated with the incentive scheme on the Ledger accounts FastTab for the selected ledger posting group in the Tax ledger posting groups form.

Offset account

Select the offset ledger account to which the duty amount that was saved is posted. The default account is the account that is selected for the incentive scheme in the Benefit account field in the Incentive scheme parameters form, but you can select a different one.

Tax code

Select the tax code for the duty amount that was saved.

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