Deprecated: (THA) Manage realized and unrealized VAT [AX 2012]

Updated: October 24, 2013

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

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 managed unrealized value-added tax (VAT) by using Thailand-specific functionality for “unrealized tax.” Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 uses the standard Conditional sales tax features to manage both realized and unrealized VAT.



Reason for deprecation

In AX 2012, the Thailand-specific features were moved from the GLS layer to the SYS layer. This consolidation gave us the opportunity to use the standard conditional sales tax functionality that is provided in the SYS layer of Microsoft Dynamics AX. A hotfix was released, and we are deprecating the Thailand-specific Unrealized VAT features. Instead, we will use the standard Conditional sales tax features that are provided in AX 2012.

These changes were released in a hotfix in 2012. See KB article 2636555.

The code that corresponds to these features is still available but will be removed in a future release.

For more information, see the white paper that describes the changes that are included in the Thai hotfix:

Replaced by another feature

Conditional sales tax for VAT calculations and new number sequences in the accounts receivable parameters (In the Thai hotfix, this feature is referred to as Manage Realized and Unrealized VAT.)

Modules affected

General ledger

Accounts payable

Accounts receivable

Changes to installation

This change does not affect application installation.

Changes to upgrade

This change does not affect application upgrade.

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