Provided is a list of the database tables used by various modules when lot/serial numbering is used: 1. Lot numbers can be assigned at Receipt or Issue. 2. Quantities for lots are held in LotSerMst (what you see in Lot/Ser screen), Location (what you see in Location screen). 3. LOTSERT table ties lot numbers to batches. […]Read More
This is the first blog in a several part series on the Progressus Software journey to make the jump from great idea to great App in the Microsoft AppSource for Dynamics 365 Financials. It is a comprehensive and collaborative effort to make it happen, from all aspects of an organization, and we will hear from […]Read More
An extra voucher line with no invoice number shows up in the Subcontract Payment Entry screen when there is a Hand Check using the same number. This is a bug. The screen pulls the line of the actual voucher and if there is a hand check with the same reference number and vendor, it shows […]Read More
When printing or print-previewing, you receive an alert that ROI.exe has stopped working. This is most frequently seen in a Terminal Server type environment. The most common cause for this issue is that the printer being specified does not exist. This could be because a template is being loaded that contains a printer that is […]Read More
When an asset is transferred from one company to another, are all of the asset transactions moved as well?
The transfer option currently only works with companies that are all in the same application database. The system does not transfer each and every individual transaction line from company to company, but rather summarizes all of the transactions by type and creates an entry in the “old” and “new” based on the summarized amounts. The […]Read More
It seems that many users have encountered a problem when reports suddenly began to work with a large delay. Here are a couple recommendations on how to adjust the behavior of the SQL Server Reporting Services in order to alleviate this issue… 1. Set the Appropriate Value for Recycle Time Option in the Configuration File for […]Read More
Some assets are eligible for bonus depreciation throughout their life. The bonus percentage allowed, as well as the bonus amount, can be defined on the asset itself and then calculated through asset depreciation. To do this: 1. When creating the asset, populate the Bonus ID field in the book code grid for the eligible book. […]Read More
Why is the cost of my asset incorrect in the Assets (FA.010.00) screen after doing an cost adjustment in the Asset Transactions (FA.020.00) screen?
Occasionally in the Fixed Assets module you see a scenario in which you perform a purchase increase transaction from the Asset Transaction (FA.020.00) screen but find that the cost of the asset is not correct in the Assets (FA.010.00) screen. If this is the case, you may have entered a purchase transaction manually for each […]Read More
Often consultants use the out of the box Web Apps 2015 CU1 when deploying Web Apps. For best practice, the person deploying Web Apps should go out to PartnerSource or CustomerSource and download the latest deployment. Web Apps Hotfixes are all encompassing and whole install unto themselves so you can deploy these without having Web […]Read More
After installing a PCL Product, you may find that next time you print a report within Dynamics SL you receive the following error message. This issue generally indicates that the access rights for the built in SL reporting user are not correct. Resolution 1: 1. Run the SL Database Maintenance Sync Ownership and Security scenario against […]Read More
Asset data has been entered for internal book purposes in the system. Now there is a need to enter data for the same assets for Tax and AMT books which have different acquired dates, cost and accumulated depreciation values. How is this data entered? A different cost can be entered for the book by going into the […]Read More
When Dynamics SL 2011 or 2015 Application Server is running on a separate PC or a hardware box of VM, there is always a probability that Windows OS can be silently rebooted. A good example of this would be a scheduled IT maintenance that involves an installation of a critical Windows update. In this case, the Dynamics SL […]Read More