(RUS) Issue and post a customs cargo declaration for import or export operations [AX 2012]

Updated: February 4, 2014

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

Use the GTD issue form to issue a customs cargo declaration (GTD) for import or export operations. You must first create the customs journal lines for a transaction. After a customs cargo declaration is issued, the status of the journal is changed to Issued. A new value for the GTD inventory dimension is created in the Inventory dimensions form. The inventory transactions that are associated with the customs journal have the GTD value in the inventory dimension. If the GTD number or date is corrected, you can cancel the issue of a GTD by using the GTD issue cancelling form. The status of the journal is changed to In progress after the GTD issue is canceled.

NoteNote

When you create a customs journal that is based on an open purchase order, the lines that belong to the purchase order are updated with the GTD that is issued for the related import operations.

The status of a journal is changed to Posted after a GTD is posted. The corresponding general ledger, vendor, and tax transactions are created based on the rules for customs payments. A facture of the GTD type is created for the import customs journal.

  1. Click Inventory management > Common > All customs journals.

  2. Create a customs journal, or double-click an existing customs journal.

  3. On the Customs journal lines FastTab, click Create lines to open the Create customs journal lines. form.

  4. In the upper pane, select the Choose check box to mark the purchase order or vendor invoices for the import operations to include in the customs journal. You can select a purchase order if On order is selected in the Receipt transactions status field in the Terms of delivery form. If Purchased is selected in the Receipt transactions status field, you can create journal lines for vendor invoices.

    NoteNote

    You can create custom journal lines for a customer packing slip if Standard is selected as the type of posting for the journal in the Posting type field in the Create customs journal form. If Postponed passing of property is selected in the Posting type field, you can create custom journal lines for customer invoices.

  5. Click OK to transfer the invoice data to the Customs journal form and close the Create customs journal lines form.

  6. In the Customs journal form, click the Manage tab.

  7. On the Action Pane, in the Generate action group, click GTD issue.

  8. In the GTD number field, enter the customs cargo declaration number that is specified by the customs authorities.

  9. In the Issue date field, select the date when the customs cargo declaration is issued.

  10. Select the Posting check box to indicate that the customs cargo declaration can be posted while it is being issued.

    NoteNote

    You can also post a customs cargo declaration by using the GTD posting form. The status of the journal is changed to Posted. The corresponding general ledger, vendor, and tax transactions are created based on the rules for customs payments.

  11. Click OK to issue and post the customs cargo declaration and close the form.

Note Note

You can use a similar process to issue and post a customs cargo declaration for export operations.


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