(RUS) Generate and print an Inventory act (INV-17) or Certificate (Appendix to INV-17) report for customers [AX 2012]

Updated: December 7, 2012

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

NoteNote

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

The inventory data is collected from the Accounts receivable inventory act register by using the Counting act form that is displayed in the Account receivable counting lines form under the following conditions:

  • If an approved register already exists on the inventory start date and the period of the approved register is after the period that includes the inventory start date, data from the register is displayed in the Account receivable counting lines form.

  • If non-approved registers exist on the inventory start date and the period of the register is after the period that includes the inventory start date, the registers will be recalculated.

  • If there is no approved journal on the inventory start date, a new journal will be created in the Tax register journal form and the registers will be calculated.

  • If there is no approved journal but the period of the existing non-approved journal is not after the inventory start date, then it is not possible to calculate the register. You must delete the existing tax register journal manually.

Before you create and generate the inventory act report, you must set up the debt intervals and set up the Accounts receivable inventory act register.

  1. Click Click Accounts payable > Periodic > Account payable counting.

  2. In the Counting date field, select the inventory date.

    NoteNote

    The current date is displayed by default.

  3. Select the Contracts check box to sort the lines by contract, with a total sum for each contract.

  4. Select the Documents check box to sort the lines by customer or vendor, with a total sum for each customer or vendor.

    NoteNote

    If you select both the Contracts and Documents check boxes, the lines are sorted first by contract with totals, and then by vendor or customer with totals. If you do not select both check boxes, the lines are sorted by transaction date with an overall total.

  5. Click OK to open the Counting act dialog box.

  6. Click Yes in the Counting act dialog box to open the Account receivable counting lines form to view the inventory data collected from the Accounts receivable inventory act register.

    NoteNote

    For more information, see (RUS) Account receivable counting lines (form).

  7. In the Non-confirmed debt field, enter the non-confirmed debt.

    NoteNote

    The non-confirmed debt amount is updated automatically in the Non-confirmed debt field in the Register lines form of the Accounts receivable inventory act register. This field is editable only if the Contracts and Documents check boxes are not selected in the Counting act form.

  8. Click Original document to open the original document for the transaction.

  9. Click Print > Counting act (INV-17) to open the Print Counting act form for Counting act (INV-17).

    –or–

    Click Print > Certificate (Appendix to INV-17) to open the Print Counting act form for Certificate (Appendix to INV-17).

  10. In the Counting date field, select the inventory date.

  11. In the Document field, enter the document number which identifies the reason for the inventory.

  12. On the Officials tab, and in the Position field, select the position title of the official.

  13. In the Title field, select the job title of the official.

  14. In the Employee name field, select the name of the official from the list of company employees.

  15. Click OK to print the Counting act (INV-17) or Certificate (Appendix to INV-17) report.


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