When developing Dynamics 365 Business Central the Sandbox is great for building and testing extensions however we need to be able to test extensions against current data
make a b2b portal for customers to log in to view orders, pay bills, place orders, request quotes, view quotes and on.
I think ecommerce and customer portal is a must to have and must be from the same house (microsoft) in order to work perfectly together with the erp, inventory, finance, etc.
Many cloud erp companies targeting a built in ecommerce. I can list 20 names but it won't be fair to list them here. Microsoft will have to do it now in order to stay ahead and keep his customers ahead of competition! as the future leading us to see more and more end to end solutions.
most of the connectors, integrations and custom work are just slowing down the success of the customer which slow the success of microsoft and their partners. a growing company will always need more services from MS and its partners. Customer portal / ecommerce will have a positive effect on everybody including the partners that will have more implantation packages for the portal or ecommerce as it's the face of the company. respecting the partners that building connectors and ecommerces. but 500$ per month is not a reasonable price for ecommerce in 2018.
ApplicationArea (#Advanced) this option is OFF even on fresh Business Central trial tenant (no old Cloud version background, old Cloud version (D365 FO BE) had limited functionality). // I’ve created this tenant via public link…
BUT we still have many controls (columns/fields on pages) that have tag #Advanced.
As result with Business Central (BC) trial tenant even with User Experience = Premium we do not see controls that marked #Advanced tag only.
The part of functionality is hidden but common expectation from BC – BC is full NAV. ?!
Our customer would like to have the ability to exclude the Credit Notes during the cutsomer payment proposal process.
They are currently using a payment method of Total and the system includes the Credit note in the calculation of the Customer balance.
If they set the Payment method to Invoice, the system creates one payment per document (invoice and credit notes) and then they can set to delete negative payments.
This does not work for the customer as this includes the Credit note still and this will include all the transactions
They would like to have a feature specific to exluding the credit note in the customer payment proposal process
We would like to be able to see a more detailed breakdown of taxes instead of just the Total Tax amount.
This is what the Order, Quote, and Invoice Tax section looks like:
I would like it to look like this to change based on the Province in the Vendor or Customer because some provinces have different tax types here is an example:
No province has all of these tax types but it would be nice to see the values without having to post the invoice and generate a report.
My last post made me realize that the attribute table is great but could be greater if they would be specific to an Item Unit of Measure. For example, Gross Weight, Dimensions... could be pulled from this table and printed on a pick instruction document.
During any Inventory Journal system should take the Weighted Average Cost be it Counting Journal, Adjustment Journal or Movement Journal.
WAC is a standard method used globally for Retail Industries and the Accounting will be wrong in case we are using the Latest Cost Price.Support Request ID: 117053015813267
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There are a host of reports missing from BC that are in NAV.
For example, in NAV when you search for “outstanding”, you will get sales order reports and purchase order reports.
In D365BC you will only get Sales Order reports.
But you go to Report layout selection, you will see the PO reports as well, and you can even run them from there.
A very important report, for instance, is Order Shipped Not Invoiced. We can't find that in the interface, but going to Report Layout Selection it is there, and we can run it from there.
There are others I can't remember, and I can't say which get used and which don't so I'd rather have access to all the same reports as in NAV (minus, process only reports, perhaps).
It'll make our life a lot easier, because we have decades if experience in NAV and BC just keeps falling short in these little areas. Sometimes it makes us look bad, because something as simple as Shipped Not Invoiced is not available.
Thanks a lot!