Microsoft Dynamics 365
Why are these fields shown if they don't work? Every time we need to explain this bug to customers and ask them to hide it The naming is the same as on sales documents so expects it should work the same.
This should be an obvious function. If both IC partners are setup with IC dimensions and mappnig of the IC dimensions, then this should happen.
I have just been instructed to stop using phantoms in BOM because the "Routing become full of junk"
The Routing posts the phantom items to the top of the list. We just want it to be parts of the parents assembly routing, as a phantom.
This suggestion would solve this problem.
I just saw this in Yammer and realized this is finally happening!! Super excited!
This feature is required. Even a normal vendor return process is required through AWS.
Acknowledging the above.
Category page showing up with OUN & Record Id is really cumbersome for the user to understand.
Am I wrong or is it not in the "Wave 1 2024" release?
Our customers are asking for this functionality as well.
Are we then expecting a sales invoice per shipment (packing slip) grouped by vat registration number? if you allow different registration numbers on sales order lines with 1 or multiple packing slips that would make sense. You cant have different vat registration numbers on the same invoice legally. i think. Otherwise i will assume you can maybe create queries to batch invoice based on this information for the packing slips to solve the problem..
Ind AS 9 is the Indian version of IFRS 9 just for reference purposes.The provisions mentioned across both are similar in nature. Also this functionality should not only be made limited to Lease accounting however quite a few scenarios the same is applicable, for example - Security deposit paid to Open a Franchisee, Security deposit paid to Govt. authorities for licenses, Security deposit paid to Electricity power distribution company etc. Thus a separate module if can be made would be really appreciated with an option to link the same with leases.