(LTU) Packing slip details (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: December 20, 2012

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

Click Fixed assets > Inquiries > Packing slips.

Use this form to view information about a packing slip that was generated in the Fixed asset transfer form.

To enter the packing slip details, on the Action Pane, click Transportation details, and then enter the information in the Transportation details form. For more information, see (LTU) Transportation details (form).

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

Button

Description

Transportation details

Open the Transportation details form, where you can enter information about the transportation of the asset to the new location.

Change dependency to register

Change the setting of the Include in packing slip registry check box.

Change status

Open the Change status form, where you can change the status of the packing slip.

Fixed asset packing slip

Open the Fixed asset packing slip form, where you can set print options and print the packing slip.

Field

Description

Packing slip

The packing slip number that was entered in the Fixed asset transfer form.

Include in packing slip registry

A selected check box indicates that the packing slip is included in the Packing slip registration journal. To change this setting, click Change dependency to register.

Document status

The status of the packing slip. To change the status, click Change status, and then select another status in the Change status form.

Original department

The department that formerly owned or controlled usage of the asset.

New department

The department to which you transferred the asset in the Fixed asset transfer form.

Print transportation details

A selected check box indicates that transportation details are included on the packing slip.

Goods issued by

The ID of the worker who issued the load for transportation.

Package

The description of the materials package.

Risk level of the load

The level of risk that is associated with the vehicle load.

Carrier type

The type of carrier. The type can be an invoice account, a customer, or a vendor. If you select Customer or Vendor, you must select the customer or vendor in the Carrier field.

Carrier

The customer ID or vendor ID of the carrier.

This field is available only if you select Customer or Vendor in the Carrier type field.


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