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During testing, I discovered that Budget Control is designed and limited to only work on Main Accounts that have an account type = Total, Profit and loss, or Expense. This help article does call that limitation out, but why would that limitation be designed into the product?
Budget control is designed for contolling the expenditures. So I don't see a reason to have a budget on e.g. a balance account.
Can you tell your requirement? Then I might understand your issue better.
Hi Justin, the account type for Assets/Balance Sheet is also controlled but is in Fixed Assets module. Nevertheless, it is linked to Budget Control setup (Select Accounting Journals - Fixed Asset Journals)
Justin - We have heard that customers like to enforce budget control on other types. We had made several decisions when we initially introduced budget control in AX2012 for scope and design reasons. We have this request tagged for a future release.
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