(RUS) Create and post a storno transfer journal by copying journals [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

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

To reverse an entry for a transfer journal, you can use the Copy function.

  1. Click Inventory management > Journals > Item transactions > Transfer.

  2. Create and post an inventory journal. For more information about inventory journals, see Inventory journal (form).

  3. Select the posted journal to correct, and then click Functions > Copy to open the Copy lines to a new journal form. The Journal field displays the journal number of the posted journal. You can modify the journal number, if a new number is required.

  4. In the Description field, modify the description of the journal, if a new description is required.

  5. In the Transaction date field, select the transaction date.

  6. In the Detail level field, select Inventory transactions or Journal lines.

    • If you know that the inventory dimensions on the journal lines that you are copying match the dimensions in the inventory transactions, select Journal lines.

    • If you are not sure whether the inventory dimensions on the journal lines that you are copying match, select Inventory transactions. If you select Inventory transactions, the new journal lines are copied from the original journal lines. The copied inventory transactions have the same inventory dimensions as the original inventory transactions. Also, receipt inventory transactions are updated as Registered, and issue inventory transactions are updated as Reserved physical.

  7. Select the Return direction check box to replace inventory dimensions when journal lines are created.

    NoteNote

    When the Return direction check box is selected, the Storno check box is available.

  8. Select the Storno check box to reverse the journal transaction.

    NoteNote

    By default, when you select the Storno check box, the Automarking check box is selected and cannot be modified. The inventory lot of the inventory transaction that is copied is linked to a new storno transaction, and the inventory cost is updated in the inventory storno transaction.

  9. Click OK to create a storno transfer journal.

  10. Select the storno journal that you created, and then click Lines to open the Journal lines, inventory form.

  11. In the Quantity field, enter the corrected quantity to post.

  12. Click Post to open the Post journal %1. form.

  13. Click OK to validate and post the transfer journal.

    NoteNote

    Use the Inventory transactions form to view the storno inventory transactions.


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