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  • 19 décembre 2020
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Trade Agreements In Ax 2012 R3

In AX 2012, it is possible to choose a trade agreement from several commercial agreements available to a lender at the order level. Today we will discuss in this article the functionality of trade agreements in AX 2012. There are many organizations in the market that give high priority to their suppliers or customers. And because both are negotiated as a priority, these are the agreements we call trade agreements. Thus, trade agreements are fixed price agreements or discounts put in place for debtors or lenders for the sale or purchase of products. If you need to change the name of a commercial contract reserved for Buch.-Blatts, you must switch to the AOT and change the name in the table. I guess it`s safe to do that, because I don`t see that AX is particularly concerned about the name given to a Journal; It simply locks it, so it is maintained when the log is reserved. I thought I was on pretty strong ground when it came to this behavior..... And then I activated the call center functionality and put retail pricing into play. Although AX always refers to the selling prices of commercial agreements, it seems that the behavior, if "Find next" is not checked (which I described above), is ignored: retail orders always find the "best" price that the customer could receive - as if "Find next" was checked on all lines of commercial transactions.

Here on this retail order, the default price 10.00, although no changes have been made to the implementation of the trade agreements: 10. Once trade agreements are established, they can then be used in orders or orders. Defining groups are set to make it faster and simpler to assign items to a debitor or borrower. Groups of debtors or creditors may be assigned to a debtor/creditor, and then linked to an item or category of items through the trade agreement. Groups can be defined via the Inventory and Inventory Management module>Price/Discount. Or through the configuration section of the distribution and marketing or purchase and purchase module. Groups are assigned to a lender, debtor or article on the data set. Price groups are used to create prices for items or groups of items whose individual, multi-line discount groups and all discount groups are used to apply discounts on orders. NOTE: Before we look at it in detail, we need some configurations. First, we need to activate trade agreements.

To activate it, go to Trade Agreement in AX 2012 is of four types that apply to both purchases and sales types. You are: - 7. Several lines can be entered in a single version of the trade agreement. The relational field allows the user to indicate what type of trade agreement is being drawn up. A single book-leaf can contain several types of agreements, including purchase and sale agreements. The account and article code defines the debit or credit and article relationship. blogs.msdn.com/.../ax-for-retail-2012-r3-category-price-rules-expiration-issue-and-old-trade-agreement-still-active.aspx on nairobiaxusergroup and commented: Management of delivery contracts as commercial agreements In the review, you can call existing agreements, modify them and re-book them. 6.

This form allows for the drafting of new trade agreements. Once a new trade agreement navigates the lines button in the price book header/discounts.-leaf. Overall, these two are quite similar in their mechanics, as they allow you to create discounts based on buying behavior, but there are two important differences between sales contracts and trade agreements. Trade agreements are more flexible when discounts are applied to a large number of purchase situations, while a sales contract is customer-specific and representative of a purchase obligation. 4. Trade agreements can be established in all of the above group forms.

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