(EEUR) Create and post vendor invoices with advance holder details [AX 2012]

Updated: January 3, 2013

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

Use this procedure to create and post vendor invoices with advance holder details. The advance holder balances are posted to the employee balance account instead of the vendor balance account.

  1. Click Accounts payable > Common > Purchase orders > All purchase orders.

  2. Press CTRL+N or click Purchase order to create a purchase order. For more information, see 创建采购订单 and (EEUR) Purchase orders (modified form).

  3. In the Purchase order form, on the Action Pane, click Header view, and then click the Price and discount FastTab.

  4. In the Terms of payment field, select the payment term. For more information, see (EEUR) Terms of payment (modified form).


    Select a payment term that has the From advance holder check box selected in the Terms of payment form.

  5. In the Advance holder field, select the advance holder for the purchase order.

  6. Click Purchase > Confirm to confirm the purchase order.

  7. Click Invoice > Invoice to create a vendor invoice for the purchase order.

  8. In the Vendor invoice form, in the Invoice identification field group, in the Number field, enter the invoice number.

  9. Click Post > Post to select the posting settings and generate the invoice.

    You can view two vendor transactions with opposite amounts in the Vendor transactions form. For more information, see (EEUR) Vendor transactions (modified form).

  10. Close the form.

  11. Click Accounts payable > Inquiries > Advance holders > Transactions. In the Advance holder transactions form, you can view one advance holder transaction. For more information, see (EEUR) Advance holder transactions (form).

  12. Click Voucher to open the Voucher transactions form. The vendor balance account is replaced by the employee balance account, and the Posting type field is updated to Employee balance. For more information, see 凭证交易记录 (窗体).

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