Microsoft Dynamics 365
Better would be a specific accounting e-email, that is used if filled for Invoices/Cr.Memo/Remider,FinCharge.
In most cases Sell-To is equal to Bill-to, but the customers require to send such documents to a specific accounting. mail- address
because rn tax areas need tax jurisdictions and while you can make tax areas programmatically, you can't make tax jurisdictions
with the api
Thank you Jonathan
To clarify, you asking for 'non-linear' scaling?
Isn't this such a low-hanging fruit - 18 months and still critical fields on both order-header and order-line api are missing. I'm on a second project where once again we must use custom API or ODATA endpoints to achieve simple stuff.
Agree this is a long standing issue where the inherent nature of the fields is not carried through all levels of the software. Production Pools are for production, Buyer Groups for purchasing. Both production & purchases can require planned orders to be managed through MRP, yet only Buyer Group is extended to the planned order tables. We got around this in AX4 and AX2012 by making them both the same, however as business expands, we have requirements where a part is dual sourced (internal production & procurement from vendor or inter-company). Our hope would be in D365 to discontinue the misuse of these fields and to drive a more consistent Master Data model, which is pretty hard to do when one of the main uses for sorting planned orders is the production pool, which isn't available. I agree this should be a quick and long over-due win.
It would be great if you could place a Production environment into Administrator Mode rather than having to revert this to Sandbox first.
Yes being able to add holographic text would solve many issues. It does not have to be a long text line... just a few characters is fine.
Being able to add holographic text would be help full.
Completely agree with Manisha! We currently need to report on the last 12 months taking into account days worked each week of the year, but we have no way of knowing if someone worked part-time the first half of the year