y activating the new sales price calculation function, the previous sales price worksheet can no longer be used. The update retail prices function available there is no longer available in the new function.

 We have the following problems:

- We cannot create a new price list and have the increased prices inserted into it, but everything always goes into price list 1.

- When copying lines, it is also not possible to select the price list to which the prices should be copied.

 Our customer has the requirement that existing prices from different price lists should be increased as a percentage and reinserted in the respective price list.

But when copying price list lines into a new price list there are only filter options to filter the price list lines and not to filter specific values which are in the item table. I think it would be very useful if there is a possibility to filter the fields from the item table in the price list line copy filter page:

Category: Sales
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Thank you for this suggestion! Currently this is not on our roadmap. We are tracking this idea and if it gathers more votes and comments we will consider it in the future. Best regards, Business Central Team



Since the Idea from MS Support was based on a support case I reported, here's some more information since the Idea no longer matches the original text.

Basically it is about having flexible possibilities to increase existing prices from the price lists.

From my point of view, the following should be possible:

- Adjusting prices on an existing price list and selecting characteristics of the items (e.g. Adjust all prices where the manufacturer in the item = X).

- Adjusting prices by copying selected items from price list A to price list B (creating a new price list) and setting an end date on the prices of price list A.

Category: Sales