(RUS) Bank transaction type (modified form) [AX 2012]

Updated: November 23, 2012

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

Click Cash and bank management > Setup > Bank transaction types.

Use this form to set up the types of transactions that are made in company bank accounts, such as deposit slips, fees, and interest charges. You can use bank transaction types in the following ways:

  • Print a summary of the transaction types on the bank statement report.

  • Reconcile a bank statement by transaction type.

  • Limit the number of bank transactions to search through. For example, you could create transaction types such as Check payment, Electronic payment, and Bank transfer. Then you could search for a specific transaction type.

  • Further identify a check. For example, you could create transaction types such as Received checks and Issued checks.

  • Identify specific bank transactions. For example, you could create transaction types such as Fees, Charges, and Interest.

    When you create transaction lines in the Transactions form to balance the company bank account with the bank statement, you enter the appropriate bank transaction type on each line.


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:

Bank transaction type (form)



Allow cash due announcement

Select this check box to allow a cash due announcement for bank transactions.

Transaction extended type

Select the bank transaction extended type from the following options:

  • Currency sale – Create currency sale transactions.

  • Currency purchase – Create currency purchase transactions.

  • Currency transfer – Create currency transfer transactions.

Vendor posting profile

Select the vendor posting profile for the currency transactions.


This field is available only when you select Currency sale, Currency purchase, or Currency transfer in the Transaction extended type field.

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