(BRA) Closed customer transaction editing in several currencies (modified form) [AX 2012]

Updated: December 4, 2012

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

Click Accounts receivable > Common > Customers > All customers. Select a customer. On the Action Pane, on the Collect tab, click Closed transaction editing.

Use this form to view closed or settled transactions for the customer account that is selected on the All customers list page. You can also reverse a settlement.

You can view the fiscal establishments for the invoices that are related to fiscal documents, interest amounts, and fine amounts for the transactions. You can also view information about the electronic payment that is made for the selected transaction.

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:

Closed customer transaction editing in several currencies (form)

Field

Description

Fiscal establishment ID

The fiscal establishment for the transaction.

Document type

The identification code of the document type for the layout group that is associated with the bank layout.

Remittance occurrence code

The remittance occurrence code in Microsoft Dynamics AX that corresponds to the bank remittance occurrence code.

Remittance date

The date on which the invoice was sent to the bank.

Bank invoice number

The identification number of the invoice at the bank.

Bank folder

The bank folder in which to place the invoice for the payment.

Instruction 1

Instruction code 1 for the selected layout group.

Instruction 2

Instruction code 2 for the selected layout group.

Bank account

The bank account to which the invoice is sent for payment.

Journal number

The number of the payment journal.

Layout group

The configurator layout group that is used for the electronic payment.

Return occurrence code

The return occurrence code in Microsoft Dynamics AX that corresponds to the bank return occurrence code.

Return date

The date when the invoice information that is received from the bank is processed for electronic return.


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