Solved issue: Update conflict. The standard cost does not match with the financial inventory value after the update. Value = ###.##, Qty = ###.##, Standard cost = #.## .

Recently I've faced with this issue while I was updating financial dimensions for the intercompany purchase order where intercompany sales order had been invoiced. It turned out that issue was with the RemainInventPhysical and RemainSalesPhysical fields. Due to customization, when I invoiced intercompany sales order, RemainInventPhysical and RemainSalesPhysical fields on the sales order line were … Continue reading Solved issue: Update conflict. The standard cost does not match with the financial inventory value after the update. Value = ###.##, Qty = ###.##, Standard cost = #.## .

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D365 Change management

For tracking purposes of Purchase Order's changes you can turn on the Change Management feature. change management may be used solely to help you manage changes as well as successfully adopt change to proceed with further PO handling. Once you’ve activated the Change management, approval workflow is introduced. At this point all purchase order changes … Continue reading D365 Change management

D365 Budget control statistics is empty

When I have setup Budget control check and tried to purchase goods that exceed my budget, I faced up with an issue that Budget funds available is 0. I was confused because I have already created Budget register entry and updated budget balances.  I double-checked Actual & Budget inquiry and I saw the data there. … Continue reading D365 Budget control statistics is empty

D365 Budgeting Cookbook (Part 2 of 3). Budget control

We have already discussed Basic budgeting D365 Budgeting Cookbook (Part 1 of 3). Basic budgeting. In today’s post I will be describing Budget control functionality. This is an important feature designated you to control of excesses the allocated budget. This allows you to monitor the availability of funds as well as to prevent additional activities (entering … Continue reading D365 Budgeting Cookbook (Part 2 of 3). Budget control