(RUS) Purchase agreements (modified form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 23, 2012

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

Click Accounts payable > Common > Purchase orders > Purchase agreements. To open an existing purchase agreement, double-click the purchase agreement. To create a new purchase agreement, on the Action Pane, on the Purchase agreement tab, click Purchase agreement.

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Click Procurement and sourcing > Common > Purchase orders > Purchase agreements. To open an existing purchase agreement, double-click the purchase agreement. To create a new purchase agreement, on the Action Pane, on the Purchase agreement tab, click Purchase agreement.

Use this form to create, modify, delete, and follow up on purchase agreements. You can also create release orders for purchase agreements in the Purchase agreements form.

NoteNote

The controls that are described in this topic apply only to your country/region. For full documentation of this form, see the following topic or topics:

Purchase agreements (form)

Create a purchase release order

View purchase or sales release order lines

View vendor invoice lines for a purchase agreement

Purchase agreements are often used when you buy large quantities from a vendor, and when you have obtained special discounts.

An agreement can have several commitments in the agreement contract. Each commitment is represented by a line in the Purchase agreements form. When you assign a commitment type to a commitment, you define how purchase agreements are completed.

Button

Description

Agreement amount

Open the Vendor transactions form, where you can view the purchase agreement amount for the vendor.

Linked purchases

Open the Purchase order form, where you can view details of the purchase orders that are linked to the purchase agreement.

Nonlinked purchases

Open the Purchase order form, where you can view details of the purchase orders that are not linked to the purchase agreement.

Owner

Open the Inventory owner form, where you can set up an inventory owner for the bailment process.

Field

Description

Intracompany origin

A value that specifies whether the purchase agreement was created manually, or indirectly as part of an intracompany chain.

Subject of an agreement

Enter the primary agreement subject for the purchase agreement.

Agreement sum

Enter the purchase agreement sum.

VAT

Enter the value-added tax (VAT) amount of the agreement.

Kind of activity

Select the kind of activity for the purchase agreement.

  • Unspecified – No profile activity is specified for items.

  • Basic – Sell or purchase items without any limits.

  • Commission agent – The commission agent sells items in his or her name on behalf of the company (principal). The commission agent receives a commission in exchange for selling the items and is responsible for the price calculations for the end customers.

  • Principal's agent – The agent of the company (principal) sells items that belong to the company but is not responsible for the calculations that are performed for the end customers.

  • Bailee – The bailee receives items for storage purposes but does not have proprietary rights to the items.

Inventory profile

Select the inventory profile for the purchase agreement.

Posting profile

Select the posting profile that is used to post vendor transactions.

Posting profile with prepayment journal voucher

Select the prepayment transaction posting profile.

Amount difference in tax accounting

Select this check box to indicate that amount differences are calculated.

Credit limit

The credit limit amount in the agreement currency.

VAT charge

Select the source of the VAT charge in tax agent payments.

VAT operation code

Select an operation code for the VAT declaration.

Purchase responsible

Select the employee responsible for the purchase agreement.

Name

The name of the vendor.


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