(RUS) Periodic reverse (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 21, 2012

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


This topic has not been fully updated for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2.

Click Accounts payable > Periodic > Settlement > Periodic reverse.


Click Accounts receivable > Periodic > Settlement > Periodic reverse.

Use this form for reversal of periodic settlement of accounts, factures, and payments. You can do periodic reversal by counteragent code or within the framework of the specified contract in a specified period.

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




Set up counteragent transaction - selection for reverse transaction settlement.


For information about the Batch tab, see "Prepare batch processing on the Batch tab" in the Applications and Business Processes Help.




Specify the selection criteria for a vendor to reverse a settlement transaction.

Date principle

Open the Specification on settlement form to configure the date of exchange revaluation from the following options for the settlement reversal posting date:

  • Date of settlement

  • Today's date

  • Selected date



From date

Select the starting date of the reversal transaction.

To date

Select the ending date of the reversal transaction.

Vendor account orCustomer account

Select the vendor or customer account number.

Contracts group

Select the contracts group.


Select the contract registration number.

Contract No.

The external contract number.


The information displayed in this section is determined by your selections when you create a query.

Date of transaction

Enter the date after which the settled transactions can be reversed.


This field is available only when you navigate through Accounts payable > Periodic > Advance holders > Periodic reverse.


The advance holder code determined by your selections when you create a query.


This field when you navigate through Accounts payable > Periodic is available only > Advance holders > Periodic reverse.

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