Standard Axd Documents

Microsoft Dynamics AX contains 18 standard Axd documents, each reflecting a selected common business process. Application Integration Framework (AIF) allows you to adjust these standard documents or create your own documents to suit your individual business processes.

The following is a list of topics about the standard Axd documents that are included with Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Topic

Description

Using the Sales Order

Describes the inbound sales order document, which creates a new sales order record in the database.

Using the Purchase Requisition

Describes the outbound purchase requisition document, which sends a purchase requisition to a vendor.

Using the Price List

Describes the outbound price list document, which sends a compiled price list to the customer. The price list is based on the trade agreements and discounts for the specific customer.

Using the Price Discount Agreement Journal

Describes the price discount agreement document.

Using the Picking List

Describes the outbound picking list document, which sends a picking list to a third-party warehouse management system.

Using the Packing Slip

Describes the inbound packing slip document, which creates a packing slip record in the application. The packing slip record is based on the data from a third-party warehouse management system.

Using the Sales Invoice

Describes the outbound sales invoice document, which sends an invoice to a customer. The invoice is based on the customer's sales order data.

Using the Inventory Transfer Journal

Describes the inbound inventory transfer document, which updates the inventory warehouse data from a third-party warehouse management system.

Using the Inventory Transactions

Describes the inventory transactions document.

Using the Inventory Profit and Loss Journal

Describes the inbound inventory profit and loss document, which creates an inventory profit and loss record that is based on information from a third-party warehouse management system.

Using the Inventory Counting Journal

Describes the inbound inventory counting document, which updates inventory amounts and balances with inventory information from a third-party warehouse system.

Using the Inventory Balances

Describes the outbound inventory balances document, which enables external users to receive up-to-date information about on-hand inventory amounts.

Using the Purchase Invoice

Describes the inbound purchase invoice document, which creates a purchase invoice that is based on the associated purchase order.

Using the Exchange Rates

Describes the inbound and outbound exchange rates document, which enables you to send your exchange rates to another subsidiary.

Using the Ledger Dimensions

Describes the inbound and outbound ledger dimension document, which enables you to send your ledger dimensions to another subsidiary.

Using the Chart of Accounts

Describes the inbound and outbound chart of accounts document, which enables you to send your chart of accounts to another subsidiary.

Using the ASN

Describes the outbound advance ship notice (ASN) document, which is sent to the customer when the sales order is packing-slip updated.

Using the Free-Text Invoice

Describes the inbound free-text invoice document, which creates a sales order in the application. This document has significantly fewer restrictions on input data than the Sales Order document.

The following fields are excluded in all XML documents, inbound and outbound. These fields are not imported during the inbound action and are not exported during outbound actions.

  • Fields beginning with Del_

  • Fields marked with status Not visible

In an inbound message, the XML cannot contain data for fields that are non-editable in the table (the AllowEdit property is set to No). That is, for each non-editable table field, the field element must not be in the inbound XML or the field element must be filtered out in the endpoint action data policy.

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