(RUS) Exchange formats of client-bank (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 12, 2012

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

Click Cash and bank management > Setup > Electronic formats.

Use this form to create an electronic exchange format for client bank transactions.

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

Tab

Description

Overview

Enter information about the electronic exchange formats for client bank transactions.

General

Enter information about who sends and receives payment files for client bank transactions.

Tab

Description

Sections

Select the sections to include in the incoming or outgoing payment files. This tab is available only if the Separate by sections option is selected in the Type of exchange format field.

Fields

Select the exchange fields, and the type of exchange fields for client bank transactions.

Button

Description

Copy

Open the Copying of exchange format form, where you can copy the existing exchange format. You can modify the copied line.

Field

Description

Exchange format code

Enter a unique exchange format code for the client bank transaction.

NoteNote

The code should not exceed 10 characters in length.

Type of exchange format

Select Separate by sections or By row as the exchange format type.

Fields separator

Select one of the following field separators that is used to separate the required fields in the exchange format:

  • Symbol – Use symbols, such as semicolons, as delimiters to separate required fields in the exchange format.

  • Tab – Use tabs as delimiters to separate required fields in the exchange format.

Symbol

Enter the symbol to use to separate the fields in the exchange format.

Use identifier

Select this check box to use the Requisite identifier field to select the values that are included in the exchange format with the client bank.

Coding

Select Windows, DOS, or Unicode as the coding type of the exchange format.

Date format

Select the date format for the exchange format.

Date - year format

Select the date-year format from the following options:

  • Two figures – The date is displayed as two digits. For example, 2012 is displayed as 12.

  • Four figures – The date is displayed as four digits. For example, 2012 is displayed as 2012.

Date - delimiter

Select a character to use to separate one number from another number in a Date format field, from the following options:

  • Slash

  • Hyphen

  • Point

  • No delimiter

Program-recipient

Enter the name of the person who receives the payment file.

Program-sender

Enter the name of the person who sends the payment file.

NoteNote

If a payment is exported to a client bank from Microsoft Dynamics AX, you can enter client bank in the Program-recipient field and Microsoft Dynamics AX in the Program-sender field.

Format version

Enter the version number of the exchange format.

Sort order

The number sequence that is updated for the selected values in the Field field. Based on the sort order, the values in the fields in the exported or imported payment file are displayed in the client bank exchange format.

Field

Select the required fields to sort in the exchange format.

Requisite identifier

The code of the data exchange file. The Requisite identifier field is displayed on the Sections FastTab when you select the Use identifier check box and enter the code in the Exchange format code field in the upper pane.

Participation

Select the operation type from the following options:

  • Export and import – Export a payment to the client bank, and import the payment from the client bank.

  • Import of account’s balance – Import a bank account statement from the client bank.

Section

Select the standard sections that contain a set of document requisites that are exported to Microsoft Dynamics AX. You can create the format based on the client bank file format.

NoteNote

The document requisite is the value that is available in the Field field.

Section type

Select the section type of the exchange format, from the following options:

  • Import of account balance – The description of a character that is used to separate one section from another in a bank account statement.

  • Pay document – The description of a character that is used to separate one section from another in an incoming or outgoing payment.

  • Exchange file borders – The description of codes for the start and end of a file. For example, if there is a section with Section type set to Exchange file borders, the first file line is equal to the value of Section beginning code, and the last file line is equal to the value of Section end code.

Section beginning code

The section beginning code for the payment file that is updated for the values in the Section type field on the Sections FastTab.

Section end code

The section ending code for the payment file that is updated for the values in the Section type field on the Sections FastTab.


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