Ability to use multi-geo locations with Business Central, so that in the same Office 365 tenant, you can have for example a UK instance of Business Central, and a US instance of Business Central.
You are unable to print multiple records for 1 report for different customers.
Go to the Sales Orders.
Find orders that have the same value in a/multiple field(s) from different customers and Filter on it/them.
“Salesperson Code” = ‘KS’ and “Document Date” = '01/05/18..'
Now we want to print the order confirmation for these orders.
Observe the reports
Only the first selected order is printed.
It seems like the report doesn't take the filters on the requestpage in account.
However it does, but before that all the orders are already filtered on the selected record to apply the custom report layouts for that customer.
Make it possible to print multiple reports from different customers.
(perhaps an extra loop around the customer report layout functionality to apply for multiple different customers?)
MS Call 118101819242689
Discovered on NAV2018CU8-BE = 11.0.23572.0
But also fails on BC BE Dynamics NAV 13.0 (25789)
I've always thought the implementation of the quickfilter was poorly done. Users can only right-click on a single field to "filter to this value". When a second one is done, it replaces the first. When "filter to this value" is used, i would much rather see it add the filter as an advanced filter. Users could then use the function on multiple fields to add multiple advanced filters easily.
As in NAV 2018, It is useful to see all the reports involved in each area. Purchase area, I need to see all the reports. Same in sales area. Now it is impossible to find a reports if I do not know the name.
Thanks in advance.
There are some customers who want to allow zero-posting.
Please add an Event or a setting.
What we want is to disable the code between ===START=== and ===END=== conditionally.
Codeunit 13 - CheckRecurringLine
WITH GenJnlLine2 DO BEGIN
IF "Account No." <> '' THEN
IF GenJnlTemplate.Recurring THEN BEGIN
IF "Bal. Account No." <> '' THEN
FIELDERROR("Bal. Account No.",Text021);
CASE "Recurring Method" OF
"Recurring Method"::"V Variable","Recurring Method"::"RV Reversing Variable",
"Recurring Method"::"F Fixed","Recurring Method"::"RF Reversing Fixed":
"Recurring Method"::"B Balance","Recurring Method"::"RB Reversing Balance":
END ELSE BEGIN
The new Alt+Q shortcut has some bad impacts for DACH users. Most DACH keyboard layouts have the @ character on AltGr+Q.
When pressing this combination in Firefox everything is find but on EDGE we it opens the D365 search. So entering mail addresses is only avaiable via Copy&Paste or by entering ASCII Code.
Please improve key handling or make shortcut assignment flexible.
Currently, the requisition worksheet has filters for date and items. Adding filter options for jobs so filtering by job number, job type (quotes vs planned), and customer would improve the feature for job focused companies.