Set Up Customers for OIOUBL

To create Offentlig Information Online UBL (OIOUBL) documents for customers in the public sector, you must add OIOUBL information to the relevant customers.

This topic only describes fields that apply to OIOUBL. For more information, see Register New Customers.

To set up customers for OIOUBL

  1. Choose the Search for Page or Report icon, enter Customers, and then choose the related link.

  2. Open the customer that you want to enable for OIOUBL.

  3. On the Invoicing FastTab, fill in the fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description
    GLN Enter the customer's Global Location Number, which uniquely identifies the billing address. A GLN has a fixed length of 13 digits. It includes an assigned company prefix, a location reference, and a check digit.
    Account Code Enter the account code for the customer.

    Customers in the public sector provide an account code when they place an order or requisition. Based on the value of this field, the account code is included in the OIOUBL documents that you create in Business Central. In accordance with Lov om Offentlige Betalinger and related statutes, the customer is entitled to withhold payment until they receive an invoice with the relevant account code.
    OIOUBL Profile Code Specifies the profile that this customer requires for electronic documents if this is different from the default profile that you specified on the Sales & Receivables Setup page.
    OIOUBL Profile Code Required Specifies if this customer requires a profile code for electronic documents. Tip: If the OIOUBL Profile Code Required field is selected, you cannot post a sales document for this customer unless you have specified a profile.

These fields are specific to OIOUBL. The values are used in all OIOUBL documents that you create for this customer. For more information, see OIOUBL Electronic Invoicing Overview.

See Also

Denmark Local Functionality
Register New Customers
Create Electronic Documents by Using OIOUBL
OIOUBL Electronic Invoicing Overview