Microsoft Dynamics 365
If I am on a Configuration Page Line and do a lookup on the Table No's, do I select all, then scroll to the very very very last record on the list of tables. Once BC reached the last record, had they all been cached.
Ctrl+C does a Copy All
Paste them all into Excel, to get a complete list of the table list for the relevant release's table listing.
The missing link is the patience to scroll to the bottom, then you will get them all in your quest to Copy ALL.
The BC designers had disabled the cash all not seen & not visited records, to save processing time on the servers.
There was a reason to enhance system speed, to not cash all invisible records, that you can see, but scroll down to see them.
What happened to design consistency?
In the old Navision days, a user was told the user experience is consistent across all pages and functionalities and modules.
Once a user gets into the Service Management module, is there a regular question, "Who Designed this module?"
Everything works differently and is inconsistent with the core moduled.
Start to Design Doc Layouts via MS Word, not on report's Caption Labels are named like the other.
Variables and Captions are so inconsistent as can be.
We are new to Business Central and are extremely surprised it doesn't include base functionality for backorders. Our business is being negatively affected by a lack of this functionality and we are in the process of having to get custom code to accomplish this.
Here's the situations...
We had Delivered a solution to a client, by integrating BC with D365 CE & D365 FS via Dataverse and many Power Flows
Come on MS, don't just Decline this request, tell the community it can be done.
I also had this done as a customisation to add the "work description field" to Service Orders.
In many cases the clients require a Service Order to be approved prior to accepting the work to be done.
If there is a top requirement for the use of the "work description field".
Why is MS neglecting on the enhancements to be done on the Service Management Module?
It is one of the 2 top modules that fall into the Premium bracket, yet since 2004 had hardly any enhancements been made to this module except for the Item Variants that had been added on request from a Partner in Canada.
Where is the uniformity of functionality among the entire ERP solution?
Each time we get to the Service Management module is there standard BC functionality missing, which is available in normal trade functions, but not applicable or "a half baked solution" compared to other modules.
If Service Management is part of the Premium solution and the clients pay more for this solution, then please MS put your money where your mouth is. Please step up and show your care & compassion also in the Service Management Module.
REMARK: Sometimes a potential financial emoji (ledger balance conversion units), may not be potentially enough to easily explain a ledger main account nature and/or grand source. (e.g. Entertainment=Martinis, Travel=Aircraft, Meals=Dish, Bank=Bank image, etc...)
Not being discrete, reserved and fair to non-financial end users, there maybe potential for limited impact, to non-financial users readers due to business operation impacts.
REMARK: Not featuring dignity and fair equity to non-financial users, we may be reserving information to potential non-financial users of operation impacts.
Thanks for implementing this idea. Keep the good work!
This feature is available in AX2012: product name field is shown according to the setup of company language.
I don't understand why it's changed in D365 without any parameter provided to give client more options.
Any update on this item?