Microsoft Dynamics 365
I Fully agree with Christian, it is a bug.
A welcome feature for many of my colleagues!
I think it similar as this idea: https://experience.dynamics.com/ideas/idea/?ideaid=29e9d414-d022-ec11-b76a-0003ff45de6f
Great idea. This would be a big time saver.
Fully agree with Christian: in case the delivery date is not being changed accordingly, there is no reason for re-open the subscription order. Especially concerning MRP this leads to serious issues.
It is simply completely incomprehensible why new demand is automatically generated for the same delivery date after a sales order item has been completely supplied. This is not a feature, it's a bug.
There should be a feature to be able to delete bank accounts with no transactional history or anything. Just setting it up as inactive for use is not feasible on our end.
Please add a feature for this in the next service update by D365 F&O.
To build on this, it would also be nice if CSU deployment to Production could follow the notion of F&O, where we could take the resultant state of deployments to tier 2+ environments (where you may have deployed x # of ISV packages and a customer extension package), and take that whole set along with the Platform version as one deployment to Production (to help us ensure we only run code in production that has run together in lower environments, and ideally even tested!).
REMARK: Some transportation may include refrigeration regulated temperature... if items may not arrive within time+temperature+weather conditions... or other. there is potential risk of sampling or on receipts on vendor purchase orders.
REMARK: Example: Sampling method and legal entity and/or user sample selection for:
-Production orders on quantity quality assurance and/or approved testing releases (e.g. finished goods, BOMs, routes, scraps, batches, quantities, operators, production lines, floor releases).
-Projects (e.g. vendors and customer within a production order).
-Customers (e.g. customer production order).
-Vendors (e.g. vendors applied or incurred in a production order).
-Warehouse stored items (e.g. Items already stored, purpose of preventions)
-Quarantine items (e.g. Items in progress... purpose of prevention o purpose of efficient authorized receipts)
Not featuring an inclusion of preventions, we may not easily foresee the potential future or future potential problems preventions, including at time of purchase order receipts. (receipt conditions at warehouse, or on quarantine).