Positive pay file in AX 2012

Positive pay file overview The issuing company periodically sends a positive pay file to its bank, in which are listed the check numbers, dates, and amounts of all checks issued. When a check is presented to the bank for payment, the bank teller compares the information on the check to the information submitted by the … Continue reading Positive pay file in AX 2012

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AX BOM Calculation: some used setups

Let me show you which setups AX uses during BOM calculation Cost group: 1. Taken from Item (Product information management > Common > Released products > Detail view > Manage costs fast tab > Cost group field) -> If empty, Default cost group is taken (Inventory and warehouse management > Setup > Costing > Cost … Continue reading AX BOM Calculation: some used setups

Cash discounts in Vendor payment process

The vendor can propose offer incentives to encourage us to pay before the invoice due date. These discounts are called as early payment discounts (also known prompt payment discounts/cash discounts). Benefits of Cash Discounts Early payment discounts are beneficial for customers as well as for vendors. Benefits for Vendors Here’s how a vendor can benefit … Continue reading Cash discounts in Vendor payment process

Standalone, Clusters / Failover clusters and Load balancer in AX 2012

  Topology AX Client configuration Server configuration (SC) Cluster configuration (CLUSTERC) Standalone AOS Environment One client, one AOS AXCLIENTC1: AOS1 AXCLIENTC2: AOS2 AXCLIENTC3: AOS3 SC1: AOS1 AOS2 AOS3   - Side by side configuration. Multiple AOS’s (not clustered) One client, several AOS AXCLIENTC1: AOS1 AOS2 AOS3 SC1: AOS1 AOS2 AOS3 - Important AOS’s order in … Continue reading Standalone, Clusters / Failover clusters and Load balancer in AX 2012