(RUS) Adjust the cost price in reporting currency by on-hand adjustment [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

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

After you run the inventory closing process, you can adjust the inventory cost price for the remaining inventory items. The adjustment amount is assigned to all open receipts. You can perform adjustments of on-hand inventory only after the inventory closing process is run. You can view the adjusted amounts in the Adjustment (cur.) field in the Transactions form. For more information, see (RUS) Inventory transactions (modified form).

  1. Click Inventory management > Periodic > Close and adjustment in currency.

  2. Select a line that has a transaction type of Closing accounts, and then click Adjustment > On-hand.

  3. Click Select, and then select the inventory dimensions to copy to adjust on-hand inventory. For more information, see Select on-hand inventory (class form).

  4. Click OK. The inventory lines that are selected for adjustment are displayed in the On-hand form, together with the specified inventory dimensions.


    To redefine the inventory dimensions that you copy, click Delete to remove the existing lines, and then click Select to specify the inventory dimensions.

  5. In the Edit now field, enter the amount that is used to adjust on-hand inventory.

  6. Click Adjustment, and then select the method that is used to adjust on-hand inventory, from the following options:

    • Charges code – Specify a charges code for all the adjustments that are selected. The adjustments are posted based on the setup of the charges code. The charges code is saved in the settlement records that are created for the adjustment.

    • Item cost price − After adjustment, the item cost price is equal to the standard price that is specified in the Price field on the Manage costs FastTab in the Released product details form.

    • Fixed cost price − Open the Adjustment to fixed cost price form, and then in the Price field, enter the fixed cost price for the inventory item. After adjustment, the item cost price is adjusted to so that it matches the unit price.


      The value of the adjustment is displayed in the Edit now field in the On-hand form, based on the selected adjustment method. The adjustment value is the difference between the current cost value and the target cost value. You can modify the adjustment value in the Edit now field.

    • Amount − Open the Adjustment with amount form. In the Amount field, enter the increase or decrease in the inventory cost value according to the allocation principle that is selected in the Allocation principle field. After adjustment, the total cost value is increased or decreased by the specified amount, in proportion to the quantity or cost price of the on-hand inventory.

    • Value − Open the Adjustment to value form, and then in the Value field, enter the total inventory value after adjustment.

    • Percent − Open the Percentage adjustment form. In the Percent field, enter the percentage value that is used to adjust the total cost value for the selected item.

  7. Click Post, and then in the Specification field, select how transaction adjustments are posted, from the following options:

    • Total – Adjustments are posted for all items that have the same settings in the posting profile.

    • Item group – Adjustments are posted for all items that have the same item group.

    • Item number – Adjustments are posted for each item.

  8. In the Note field, enter a note about the adjustment.

  9. Click OK to post the adjustment results.

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