(IND) Post a shipping bill for an export sales order [AX 2012]

Updated: May 21, 2012

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

Before you can export goods, you must generate a shipping bill for the goods. Before you can generate a shipping bill, you must create an export sales order and generate and post the invoice for it. You must generate a shipping bill before you can run the incentive scheme processes, such as the duty drawback process, to calculate and apply for incentives for a selected time period.

  1. Click Accounts receivable > Common > Customs export order.

  2. On the Customs export order list page, on the Action pane, in the New group, click Export order.

  3. In the Export order form, click New to create a new line.

  4. In the Sales order field, select a sales order number in the list. Only export sales orders that have been invoiced appear in the list.

  5. In the Invoice field, select the invoice number of a posted sales order. All other fields in this form are updated automatically.

  6. Click Shipping bill to set up the parameters to generate a shipping bill for the export order.

  7. In the Posting shipping bill form, on the Parameters tab, in the Parameter group, select the Shipping bill check box.

  8. In the Number field, select the posted shipping bill that the export transactions apply to.

  9. In the lower pane, click the Line incentive scheme tab to view the customs tariff code, duty drawback details, port ID, and product group information that was specified on the selected sales invoice.


    This tab is available only when you select the Activate incentive schemes check box in the Sales tax area in the General ledger parameters form.

  10. Click OK to post the shipping bill for the export order and generate the shipping bill journal entries.

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