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In AX 2012 R3 in the General Ledger module there is a functionality on all daily journals to have the lines posted as a reversal. There are two fields on the journal lines or header can be setup to enable this reversal.
Lets go through a simple example:
Step1: Create the GL journal, note that initially the reversal fields will be empty.
Step2: Tick the reversing entry box and enter a reversing date, this is an optional step but it saves time if you have multiple lines and they are all to be reversed so you do not need to re-enter these fields for every single line in the journal.
Step3: Go to the Journal Lines, here you will notice that the reverse fields are already filled in automatically.
Step4: Now lets enter 2 lines that we need to post for the current date but the reversal to be posted for the month end.
Step5: On posting the journal the system immediately will create additional lines which are the reversal lines and will also post those lines vouchers along with the original lines.
As you can see 4 vouchers were recorded in the infolog on posting.
Note the additional reversal lines created by the system:
Some notes on this feature:
That is all folks. Thank you again. I hope you found the post helpful in understanding this feature.
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