No cost rollup is found for this item. Activate the item cost price

When you are using standard cost as your item model group system will stop you to post product receipt. In this way system will search for defined standard cost.

Intemprice

In this case activate the item cost price by simply entering the cost price in manage cost tab or enter cost price from trade agreement.

 

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Prashant Kumar

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Aging period definitions [AX 2012]

Aging period definitions [AX 2012]

You can use aging period definitions to analyze the maturity of customer accounts and vendor accounts, based on a date that you enter. That date, together with the unit and interval information that you enter on the Periods tab in this form, is used to calculate a date interval for each aging period (column header) in the aging period definition.

Navigation

Click Accounts receivable > Setup > Collections > Aging period definitions.

–or–

Click Accounts payable > Setup > Statistics > Aging period definitions.

Use this form to set up and manage user-defined aging period definitions.

FIELDS 

  • Aging period definition :  Enter a name for the aging period definition.
  • Period :  Enter text to display at the top of columns in analysis forms and on reports to identify the aging period.
  • Unit : Enter a number to represent the interval for the size or length of the aging period.
  • Interval : Select an interval for the aging period line.

 

   Ledger period – The interval is the length of the period that is defined for the fiscal calendar    that is selected in theLedger form (Click General ledger > Setup > Ledger.).

   Day – The interval is one day long.

   Week – The interval is one week long. For a positive quantity, the interval is the number of days elapsed in the current week before today. For a negative quantity, the interval is the number of days remaining in the current week after today. The week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday.

    Month – The interval is one month long. For a positive quantity, the interval is the number of days elapsed in the current month before today. For a negative quantity, the interval is the number of days remaining in the current month after today.

   Quarter – The interval is one quarter (three months) long.

   Years – The interval is one year (12 months) long.

   Unlimited – For a positive quantity, the interval includes all days after the end of the previous aging period until the ending date.

  • Printing direction :
    1. Forward – Print columns in the same order in which the headings appear in the table, starting with the top row.
    2. Backward – Print columns in the reverse order in which the headings appear in the table, starting with the bottom row.

Sample Standard  Vendor Aging Period Definition

Vendor Aging

 

 

Sample Standard Customer Aging Period Definition

Customer Aging

 

Print Aging Report

Navigation

Click Accounts receivable > Setup > Collections > Aging period definitions.

Click Accounts payable > Setup > Statistics > Aging period definitions.

Print Aging Report

 

Parameters that need to take care

  • Criteria : Select due date if you want report based on due dates.
  • Aging Period Description : Please select the period defined earlier.
  • Print aging period description : Yes
  • Put the interval : 1
  • Select the check mark include accounting currency

Vedor Aging Report

Vendor aging

Customer Aging Report

Customer aging

 

Thanks.