(RUS) Create and post a storno transfer journal [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

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

You can post transfer journals according to the storno option that is used for other inventory journal types. You can mark a journal and its lines with the storno option. Inventory transactions that are created for the lines are also marked as storno, which differentiates the lines on inventory reports. The general ledger transactions for the storno journal are also posted as storno. To simplify the process of creating the storno transfer journal, the extended Copy inventory journal function is available for transfer journals.

You can use storno to reverse a journal transaction that is posted incorrectly.

  1. Click Inventory management > Journals > Item transactions > Transfer.

  2. Create a new line, select the name of the journal to correct, and then click the General tab. For more information about inventory journals, see 库存日志(窗体).

  3. Select the Storno check box to reverse the journal transaction.

  4. Click Lines to open the Journal lines, inventory form.

  5. Create a new journal line, and enter the required details. For more information about inventory journals, see 日志行,库存转移(窗体).

  6. In the Date field, select the transaction date.

  7. In the Item number field, select the item number of the inventory item to post.

  8. In the Quantity field, enter the quantity of the inventory item to post.


    The Storno check box is updated from the journal header on the General tab.

  9. Click the Inventory dimensions tab.

  10. In the From inventory dimensions field group, select the source dimensions.

  11. In the To inventory dimensions field group, select the destination dimensions.

  12. Click Post to open the Post journal %1. form.

  13. Click OK to validate and post the transfer journal.

  14. Click Inventory > Transactions to open the Inventory transactions form. You can view the inventory transactions for the journals that have been posted.


    You can view the physical and financial vouchers for the transactions. Both receipt and issue inventory transactions are marked as storno. The transaction amount is negative for both the receipt and issue financial transactions.

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