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Hello Manish,


  1. GST under RCM is getting accounted as per GST regulations.
  2. GST credit is available only after the amount is paid to tax authorities.
  3. As per section 49(4) of CGST Act’2017, ITC can be used for payment of output tax only. Therefore tax under reverse charge can be paid through cash only without availing the benefit of ITC. Therefore system shows this amount separately on the GST Settlement form
  4. GST reversal from interim to receivable; on the other hand is available after payment of RCM to govt. and not after payment to vendor. This is the only piece where incorrect accounting is being posted in BCIND.

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REMARK: Featuring conventional customer transactions form option for potential write off to an alternative unconventional or un instructed ledger main account, maybe helpful, however, featuring a module system parameter default ledger main account for write off interests, maybe optimum.


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1) D365 should prevent zero price

2) D365 should give us a button to update the sales price in open sales order (when required)


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Using Power Automate, we see the following error:


"message": "HTML...Bad Request - Invalid URL...HTTP Error 400. The request URL is invalid"


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How can you have a feature like sales agreements, which represents actual demand, and NOT include it in master planning?

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This would be a game changer in terms of our ability to fully utilize MRP and other tools in the platform

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it would be great to have it

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Almost 3 years have passed and still this is not fixed.


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Much needed One. As a part of paperless process, we would like to attach all the supporting document with the purchase order. Which will serve as a proof and record. But by limiting the access, we have to keep the hard copies filed separately, which is indeed an extra unwanted work. The developers need to be in the user shoes for this instance.

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Can't understand why and how Microsoft decide the rules about deletion of master record. Admission from them allowing such deletion creates data integrity issues down the line only demonstrates poor architecture.

If a master record is created and no financial or other transactions have been 'posted" against it, then the master record should be allowed to be removed.

We have clients with thousands of master data records imported in error and unable to be deleted.

Can Microsoft please look into this bit more seriously and provide relief

It would be good to include this under Data Integrity portal under Sys Admin

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