Without the “Continue searching” option, the system searches for the log line for trade agreements, which has the best level (the group is in front of everyone; The table is before the group), and if there are some of these rows that are at exactly the same level, the system applies the first one created. The first thing that is not explained in the official definition is that the behavior is not the same if you are on a price or discount line (in several lines or online). Details of the trade agreement indemnity (and discount price/discount negotiation discounts) are to be displayed in the order line > price details > form: If the Continue Search option is enabled, the system accumulates all discounts, regardless of the amount of existing trade agreement journal items. So, if you have set a price for a single customer and a price for all customers, the individual price of the customer is always preferred to the price for all customers, even if the price of the individual customer is higher (remember that we do not use “Continue to search”). When the “Search Further” option is enabled, several lines of business logs marked by the price have been created and reserved at different levels (for example. B one in a group, the other in the table). The result is that the system applies the best price, regardless of the amount of the log items in the trade agreement. From what I`ve learned, the customer pricing logic of the call center is similar to that of the pos customer order. If you create a sales order in POS, the following check box will not be met to calculate the selling price of trade agreements.
If you want to use the box to track at the call center customer order, you may need to optimize the code. “Off Invoice” applies the trading franchise (discount) to the client order line. The actual discount percentage (or amount or phrase) is set in the Amounts tab: The Safari browser is now natively supported on Dynamics AX 2012 R2 and is supported by a hotfix on Dynamics AX RTM. Extracts updated system requirements. I wanted to study the use of retail prices for customer orders, but I also had a duty to consider the “Keep Finding” attitude. More in hope than waiting, I noted the behavior I had seen with Microsoft support. I was expecting to be told that the retail pricing engine worked this way, so when I learned that this error had been corrected, I was stunned! Decimal tuning obviously has a big influence on many other areas in terms of unit of measurement, but this blog post focuses on trade journals. A sales contract records a contract that requires a customer to purchase a product in a given quantity or quantity over time, for special prices and discounts. The prices and discounts of the sales contract exceed the selling prices or discounts in the sales/discount contracts. There are indeed several variables: the nature of the log line for trade agreements (price, discounts), the level of the trade agreement log line (all, group, table) and whether the Continue search option is checked or not. Trade agreements in Dynamics AX 2012 create prices and discounts for products, suppliers, and customers.
(Or groups of products, suppliers and customers). Trade agreements can be concluded. If you have set a price for a single customer and a price for all customers, you can clear the “Continue Search” box to ensure that AX always uses the individual customer`s price relative to the customer`s price, even if the customer`s individual price is higher. This screenshot creates trade agreement positions for an item. “All” customers get a nice low price of 10.00 USD. The ACBE customer alone receives a prize of 15.00 USD. Note that “Continue searching” is not checked in the line for trade agreements. And then I enabled the call center feature, and my customer orders get a small “retail” box in the order line. And now retail pricing comes into play, although AX still refers to my selling prices for trade deals.