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Wilda S asked a question on 3 Aug 2018 1:51 AM

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Hi everyone,

I have question about purchase expenditure for product.

Why purchase expenditure for product should be set up? whereas there is a line with zero amount in its voucher transaction.

Or, did I miss some setup?

Thank you

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Hello Wilda S,

What do you mean exactly by zero amount?

Can you provide some additional information?

Many thanks and best regards,

Ludwig

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Wilda S responded on 3 Aug 2018 2:43 AM

Here is the voucher transaction. It's 0 for purchase expenditure for product.

Why is it need to be setup?

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Hello Wilda S,

Thanks for sharing this screenprint.

If you click on the subledger journal button in the upper left hand corner of the form do you see the purchase expenditure for product account then?

I would expect seeing a debit and credit offsetting each other.

Is that right?

Best regards,

Ludwig

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Hi Wilda,

The next post informs you about the reason why these account types are introduced. It was related to the new option for non-stocked items. blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/.../two-voucher-posting-strategy-for-purchase-distributions

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Wilda S responded on 10 Aug 2018 3:33 AM

Dear ludwig, 

It show the debit and credit. What dose it mean?

Then, I am trying to open the sub ledger of sales order voucher but the sub ledger button is inactive?

How to fix this? 

Thank you 

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Hi Wilda S,

What do you see if you press the subledger journal button in this form for the line with the $0 amount?

community.dynamics.com/.../5858041.Capture.JPG

Best regards,

Ludwig

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Wilda S responded on 12 Aug 2018 8:19 PM

Here it is 

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Hello Wilda S,

That is what I expected and that is the standard behavior of AX. In the subledger the account is debited and credited resulting in a balance of $0 that is shown in the voucher form.

There is no parameter or setup to avoid this $0 line in your voucher.

Best regards,

Ludwig

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Suggested Answer

Hello Wilda S,

Thanks for sharing this screenprint.

If you click on the subledger journal button in the upper left hand corner of the form do you see the purchase expenditure for product account then?

I would expect seeing a debit and credit offsetting each other.

Is that right?

Best regards,

Ludwig

Reply
Suggested Answer

Hi Wilda,

The next post informs you about the reason why these account types are introduced. It was related to the new option for non-stocked items. blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/.../two-voucher-posting-strategy-for-purchase-distributions

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Hi Wilda S,

What do you see if you press the subledger journal button in this form for the line with the $0 amount?

community.dynamics.com/.../5858041.Capture.JPG

Best regards,

Ludwig

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Hello Wilda S,

That is what I expected and that is the standard behavior of AX. In the subledger the account is debited and credited resulting in a balance of $0 that is shown in the voucher form.

There is no parameter or setup to avoid this $0 line in your voucher.

Best regards,

Ludwig

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