The Lastschrift Verfahren (LSV)—or direct debit—electronic payment method now includes IBAN. As a result, the debit authorization document has changed. Swiss versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 both contain a report, 3010836 LSV Collection Authorization, that handles this, but the report does not include the new IBAN number information.
To open the LSV Collection Authorization report:
- In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 RoleTailored client, in the Search box, enter LSV Collection Authorization, and then choose the related link.
- In Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic client, in the Navigation pane, in the Sales & Marketing department, expand Setup, and then choose LSV Setup. In the LSV Setup winow, choose Print, and then choose Collection Authorisation.
In order to prepare and print the new version of LSV Collection Authorization report, Swiss customers must download the Style Sheet tool for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2. If you do not use the Style Sheet tool, you must make the appropriate changes in code.
After installing the Style Sheet tool, in Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic client, open Object Designer, and then run form 680 Style Sheet Card. The following screen shot shows the setup for LSV collection authentication in EUR.
If you have a separate LSV setup for EUR and CHF, you must set up a style sheet for LSV collection authentication for each currency.
NOTE: You can find a sample definition, a sample style sheet, and a sample mail merge document attached to this blog post.
After setting this up, it’s just a matter of selecting a customer in the Customer List window in the RoleTailored client or the Classic client, and choosing the Send to Microsoft Office Word button, and you’ll get an LSV collection authentication
for the selected customer.
The following screen shot shows the result of the mail merge.
The printout you’ll get is the same as proposed in the LSV guidelines that are posted as lsvneu_spez.pdf on the SIX Interbank Clearing website.
Alternatively, you can create a standard report, but this approach reduces the code base that you need to maintain and so lowers the cost of ownership for customers.
For an example of how to set this up in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, see the attached package with sample files.