AX / D365FO – “Sales tax Payments” procedure (TaxReport) execution in batch mode in AX 2012 #d365fo #ax #msdyn365fo

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In ax 2012 there is no way to post the VAT transactions in batch mode. The only possible mode is the interactive one which can last several hours and blocks the user’s PC who is unable to work.

So we decided to modify the procedure in order to give the user the possibility to launch it in batch mode

To do this we need to make some small but essential changes to two classes. The TaxReport and the TaxReport_IT (this is because in my case I have to launch it with the italian localizations)

First of all access the TaxReport class and insert a new variable called batchScheduled of type NoYes in the class declaration

TaxReport class

class TaxReport extends RunBaseBatch

{
.......

   // Convert class in Batch for italian localizations

   NoYes   batchScheduled;
.......

}

Add the new method “canRunBatch” on TaxReport class

// Convert class in Batch for italian localizations
public boolean canRunBatch()
{
   return true;
}

Add the new method “InitializeBatch” on TaxReport class

// Convert class in Batch for italian localizations
protected BatchHeader initializeBatch()
{
   BatchInfo batchInformation = this.batchInfo();
   BatchHeader batch = batchInformation.parmBatchHeader();

   batch.clearAllAlerts();
   batch.addUserAlerts(curUserId(),
           NoYes::Yes, // ended
           NoYes::Yes, // error
           NoYes::Yes, // cancelled
           NoYes::Yes, // pop-up
           NoYes::No); // email

   batch.parmCaption(strFmt("@ERM3447", this.taxPeriod(), this.fromDate(), this.transDate()));

   batch.addTask(this);
   return batch;
}

Add the new method “parmBatchScheduled” on TaxReport class

// Convert class in Batch for italian localizations

protected NoYes parmBatchScheduled(NoYes _batchScheduled = batchScheduled)

{

   batchScheduled = _batchScheduled;

   return batchScheduled;

}

Add the new method “runBatch” on TaxReport class

// Convert class in Batch for italian localizations

public void runBatch()

{

   BatchHeader batch = this.initializeBatch();

   batch.save();

   this.parmBatchScheduled(NoYes::Yes);

   info(strFmt("@SYS73254", batch.parmCaption()));

}

Add the new method “executePreRunOperations” on TaxReport class without nothing inside

// Convert class in Batch for italian localizations

public void executePreRunOperations()

{
 

}

Add this code into “Main” method of TaxReport class

server static void main(Args  _args)

{
......       
       if (taxReport is TaxReport_IT)
       {
       // Convert class in Batch for italian localizations
           taxReport.executePreRunOperations();
           if (taxReport.canRunBatch())
           {
               taxReport.runBatch();
           }
       }
......
}

TaxReport_IT class

Go to TaxReport_IT class and add these variables in the classdeclaration method.

class TaxReport_IT extends TaxReport

{
......
   // Convert class in Batch for italian localizations

   boolean                 dialogPaymentIsOK;



   #localMacro.CurrentListIT

   salesVATRounded,

   purchaseVATRounded,

   prevVATCredit,

   prevVATDebit,

   vatCompensation,

   vatPrePayment,

   paymentDate,

   vatPaymentAmount,

   bankAccountId,

   bankRef1,

   bankRef2,

   taxPeriod,

   fromDate,

   toDate

   #endMacro

........
}

Add the new method “executePreRunOperations” on TaxReport_IT class

// Convert class in Batch for italian localizations

public void executePreRunOperations()

{

   super();


   dialogPaymentIsOK = this.dialogPayment();

}

Add the new method “canRunBatch” on TaxReport_IT class

// Convert class in Batch for italian localizations

public boolean canRunBatch()

{
   return super() && dialogPaymentIsOK;

}

Add this code into the “Run” method on TaxReport_IT class

public void run()
{   
................

   // Convert class in Batch for italian localizations
   //if (this.dialogPayment()) //Comment existing line
   dialogPaymentIsOK = true;
   if (dialogPaymentIsOK)
   {

................

}

Now you can submit the Sales tax Payments in batch mode

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