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If this get ever on the roadmap, please consider changing the Warning field to the field in the database. That's the field you really need to sort it by, resolve Emergencies/Exceptions/Attentions and then run plan again to see if all get Warning lines got resolved.

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Agreed - we do hundreds of bank transactions weekly!

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This is already in GA. Thanks Ran for the idea.

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Hello,

In my project we also have the same issue on another screen : Release approved purchase requisitions.

I would be great if this correction could also take in count other screens like this one.

Sincerely,

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Great suggestion

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Function available in Business Central. Why ist FinSup so complicated?

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We built this very often as customization for our customers, but with the new D365 planning engine we really need it in the standard application!

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This is a request from several of our customers using BC SaaS and would make a big difference for all of our customers, please make this possible! And I agree, it should be easy to do it. You should not have to go through customize/personalization to achieve it.

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I would like to have this function too. Example for setting upp a job queue for Batch Post Sales Orders. I would like that job to run every working day at the end of the day with the setting of "Current workdate" and for that date (always todays date) to replace posting and document date and to jsut post the orders that are Completely Shipped. But now I can only enter a set date and I can't use the booleans for replacing the date. If I select "Yes" for replacing the dates they are set to "no" when I open the Report Request Page again. And if I let this job run the date will always be the set day that I entered and it does not update to the current date that I want.

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This is critical for our users. Has anyone found a work around?

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