(IND) Total Duty Drawback amount (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 23, 2012

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

Click General ledger > Periodic > India > EXIM duty drawback. In the Duty drawback form, enter the criteria to run the export-import (EXIM) duty drawback process, and then click OK.

Use this form to view duty drawback transactions. You can also post the accounting entries that were created when you ran the EXIM duty drawback periodic process.

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




View the details of the shipping bill line.


View or update the values in the sales order fields and customer fields for the duty drawback transactions.



Financial dimensions

Open a menu with options to open a form where you can select financial dimensions for the main account, offset account, or, if it is necessary, a payment fee account. The menu options that are available depend on the form that you are currently working with.



Start date/time

The start date of the period that includes the shipping bills.

End date/time

The end date of the period that includes the shipping bills.

Port ID

The port ID that is assigned to the shipping bills that were processed and that duty drawback applies to.

Total drawback amount allowed

The sum of the allowed drawback amounts for the specified date range. This amount is calculated based on the criteria that you select when you apply for duty drawback.


Select the transactions to include in the duty drawback calculations. All transactions are selected by default.

Product group

The product group that includes the items for which you are applying for duty drawback.

Shipping bill

The shipping bill number that the transactions apply to.


The date of the shipping bill.


The invoice number that was generated for the export sales order.

Tariff code

The customs tariff code for the duty drawback transaction line.

CENVAT status

The status of the CENVAT that was assigned to the export sales order lines.

  • Availed – The manufacturer takes advantage of the CENVAT credit.

  • Not availed – The manufacturer does not take advantage of the CENVAT credit.

Rate type

The duty drawback rate type that was applied to the export sales order line based on the tariff code.

Drawback pct.

The drawback percentage that is used to calculate the drawback amount.

(Overview FastTab)

Export value

The assessable value of the export transaction that is calculated based on the duty drawback unit.

Drawback rate

The drawback rate that is used to calculate the duty drawback amount.

Value cap

The value cap that is applied when the duty drawback amount is calculated.

Drawback amount

The calculated amount of duty drawback for the transaction line.

Allowed drawback

The amount of duty drawback that is allowed.

(General FastTab)

Export value

The assessable value of the export transaction.

Customer account

The customer account that is associated with the export sales order.

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