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This is a continuation of the blog entry ‘What does the Maximum penny difference parameter do’ On the above blog it was described how the Maximum penny difference works. However, it might be surprising why the parameter does not work for a more simple scenario where there is a penny difference entered into a...Read more
This blog will explain the purpose of the General Ledger Parameter ‘Values used for summary account’ You can choose 2 values here, either ‘Source document’ or ‘Accounting distribution’ The purpose of this parameter very shortly is that it governs which dimension should be used on a summary account. If you select ‘Source document’, the dimension...Read more
This post will describe the purpose of the General Ledger parameter ‘Maximum penny difference’. This is quite an important parameter, but its purpose is often not clearly understood. Hopefully this post will demystify it ! Suppose your company currency is EUR and you post the following journal The voucher looks as follows This is completely...Read more
This article is published on behalf of Svetlana Kosheleva. The attached document will describe how to configure the Polish Standard Audit file regulatory update in AX 2009 released with KB 3165114 Summary From 1 July 2016, taxpayers in Poland will be obliged to transmit data in a unified format, the so called Standard Audit File (SAF) at...Read more
There can be times when you are unsure of how and why a certain feature works in AX. For example how a certain field is calculated or the effect of defining a particular parameter. For this, it is often useful to go ‘under the hood’ to get a direct view of the logic in place....Read more
There can be situations where you need to cancel an exchange adjustment. This could be because the wrong exch.rate was applied or because you in hindsight find out it would lead to reconciliation issues if you did not do the reevaluation from the ‘right’ module. Here I will show an example of how to cancel...Read more
This blog will show how you can start making a customization in AX 7 by showing you the steps needed to make a simple script Before starting customizing AX it is recommended to create your own Model The first step is to log into Visual Studio as an Adminstrator Once within Visual Studio, go to the...Read more
This purpose of this blog is to show how you can get quickly get started with debuggingin AX7, specifically by showing how you can debug an error message issued from AX. So, let’s begin ! Imagine you are posting a Bank journal and you get the following error message upon posting ‘Currency EUR not allowed for account USMF...Read more
Occasionally when you want to add a new Project Timesheet you might run into the following error message ‘Timesheet periods have not been created for:employee’ To overcome this message and create the timesheet you can apply this procedure In this case I will assign Tim Litton to the period type ‘EmplWeekly’. In Human Resources\Workers\ I...Read more
Rounding in the application inside AX is determined on the Currency code where you have a ‘General’ rounding which is used in general postings(like a journal) and then specific rounding settings for Sales Orders, Purchase Orders, Prices and Fixed Asset depreciation There are 3 generic rounding rules in Dynamics AX. ‘Normal’, ‘Upward’ & ‘Downward’ ‘Normal’...Read more
When generating SEPA payments you might to your surprise have noticed that the processing date is not in the commonly used European format(DD-MM-YYYY). If you the date as DD-MM-YYYY in the payment processing dialog, you get an “Processing date should be in format YYYY-MM-DD” when you generate the SEPA file. The reason for this behavior is by design. Dynamics AX...Read more