We have been facing issue to view list of items which are “Released Products stopped for sales / Purchase / Inventory” When using the Released Product Maintenance work space, the tiles for products on a stop for purchase/stock/consumption are not working correctly and are displaying a value of 0 when we have products on a 'stop' Path – Work spaces -> Released product maintenance -> Summary -> Released products stopped for sales / Released Products stopped for purchase / Released products stopped for inventory. In this form is not displaying the list of products which are stopped.
Once we stopped the products for Purchase order/ sales/ inventory in released products in work space released product maintenance form it should display the number of products have stopped for sales/purchase/ inventory once we click the numbers on tiles the list of products which are stopped should be display.
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Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback. Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and we may consider it in the future.


Beatriz Nebot Gracia

Program Manager, Microsoft



I am a user of the system, not a Microsoft person. I did vote Yes, but here is my reaction. This sounds more like a request for a bug fix than new functionality. The "Released product stopped for..." tiles are working correctly for me, based on the time fence set up in "Configure my workspace" button. Mine is set to 90 days for 'stopped', and when I click the tile I see the list of just those that were stopped in last 90 days. I wonder if D365 is somehow keeping track of when these stopped flags are set to "Yes" only and not tracking when they are set to "No", as is implied with the title of these tiles. Also, there are root level Default Order Settings records as well as site specific Default Order Settings records. I appears that the tile counts a released product as 'stopped' if there is a stop flag set to "Yes" on any record. So this is more than just the tracking of one field on one table record being changed. It must be very complex behind the scenes!

Category: Product Information Management