(RUS) Assign an exchange format to a bank account [AX 2012]

Updated: October 18, 2012

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

Use this procedure to assign an exchange format for a client bank to a bank account. For each type of exchange, you can create only one active exchange format for a bank account. The exchange types are export, import, and import of account balance.

  1. Click Cash and bank management > Common > Bank accounts.

  2. Select a bank account, and then click Edit.

  3. In the Bank accounts form, click the Set up tab.

  4. On the Action Pane, in the Client-bank action group, click Exchange formats for settlement account.

  5. Click New, and then, in the Exchange format code field, select the exchange format code for the client bank. You can create an exchange format code in the Exchange formats of client-bank form.

    NoteNote

    The Bank account field is updated with the bank account code.

  6. In the File name field, enter the name of the exchange data file. Include the file name extension. For example, enter Bm_pvl.txt.

  7. Click the General FastTab, and then select the Import check box to indicate that the exchange file is used to import documents.

    NoteNote

    You can select the Import or Import of account balance check box only if you selected By row in the Type of exchange format field in the Exchange formats of client-bank form.

  8. In the Folder for export field, specify the path of a folder that is used to store exported files. You must specify a path if you selected the Export check box in the Exchange formats for settlement account form.

  9. In the Folder for import field, specify the path of a folder that is used to store imported files and bank statements. You must specify a path if you selected the Import or Import of account balance check box.

  10. Click the Other FastTab, and then, in the Prefix export and Prefix import fields, enter the prefixes that are used for the names of export files and import files. The length of file name prefixes cannot exceed 10 characters. If you specify a prefix, the prefix is added to the file name.

  11. Select the Archive the file check box to move an imported file to the archive folder.

  12. In the Archive of import field, specify the path of the archive folder that is used to store imported files.


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