(RUS) Set up fixed asset posting profiles [AX 2012]

Updated: November 17, 2012

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

You can set up posting profiles for fixed assets. Posting profiles define the ledger accounts that are used in the value model for each fixed asset transaction.

NoteNote

This topic has not been fully updated for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2.

  1. Click Fixed assets > Setup > Fixed asset posting profiles.

  2. On the Overview tab, press CTRL+N to create a new fixed asset posting profile.

  3. In the Posting profile field, enter the name of the posting profile.

  4. In the Description field, enter the description of the posting profile.

  5. On the left pane, in the Select field, select any one of the following options:

    • Depreciation – Calculation of depreciation of a fixed asset.

    • Depreciation revaluation – Revaluation of depreciation calculated for a fixed asset.

    • Major repairs – Conducting major repairs for a fixed asset.

    • Putting into operation – Putting a fixed asset into operation.

    • Cost revaluation – Revaluate the cost of a fixed asset.

    • Leaving (sale) – Disposal sale of the fixed asset.

    • Leaving (dismantlement) – Disassembly of a fixed asset.

    • Partial take-down – Partial disposal of a fixed asset.

    • Currency cost revaluate – Revaluation of a fixed asset based on currency cost.

    • Currency depreciation revaluate – Revaluation of depreciation calculated for a fixed asset in currency.

    • Others – Other fixed asset transactions.

  6. On the Ledger accounts tab, in the Groupings field, select the grouping used for the posting profile from the following options:

    • Table – Select this option to retrieve fixed asset data (value) from the table.

    • Group – Select this option to retrieve a defined depreciation group from the fixed asset group.

    • All – Select this option for all fixed asset transactions.

    • Accounting – Select this option to retrieve a defined value model.

  7. In the Account/Group number field, select the value model, group, or fixed asset object that the posting profile will be used for.

  8. In the Ledger account and Offset account fields, select the account number (debit) and the offset account (credit) for the transactions.

  9. Click Options and then click Leaving (sale) or Leaving (dismantlement) to open the Sales form or the Dismantlement form.

  10. Press CTRL+N to create a new line.

  11. In the Valid for field, select the grouping that will be used for the posting profile from the following options:

    • Table – Select this option to retrieve fixed asset data (value) from the table.

    • Group – Select this option to retrieve a defined depreciation group from the fixed asset group.

    • All – Select this option to for all fixed asset transactions.

    • Accounting – Select this option to retrieve a defined value model.

  12. In the FA relation field, select the value model, group, or fixed asset object that will be used for the posting profile.

  13. In the Post value field, select the amount to post to the specified account.

  14. In the Sale value type field, select the type of amount that will be posted from the following options:

    • All – Any amount

    • Loss – The amount of loss

    • Gain – The amount of gain

  15. In the Ledger account and Offset account fields, select the account numbers of the ledger account (debit) and the offset account (credit) for the transactions.

  16. Select the Storno check box if you have to create a rental repayment transaction as a reversal transaction.

  17. Press CTRL+S or close the forms.


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