MSDyn365FO: Business events

Finally, I have got around to Business events. In this blog post, we will go through this feature in details. Additional details about this feature, you can read here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/unified-operations/dev-itpro/business-events/home-page I find this feature fascinating because it’s one of the no-code/low code abilities. It enables you implementing the process of notifications upon any event. What are … Continue reading MSDyn365FO: Business events

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MSDyn365FO: Ship complete

The post is aimed at providing the details of Ship complete flag available on the sales order form. The idea behind the Ship complete feature is to determine whether the sales order could be shipped as a whole or not. Should you ever be desirous of using this feature, you’d want to know the details … Continue reading MSDyn365FO: Ship complete

MSDyn365FO: Delivery schedule

You might be aware of the Delivery schedule feature available on the sales orders. But what I would like to consider today is the back side of this functionality. Don’t underestimate the importance of knowing about the background of this feature since it might affect your future development/customizations regarding sales order lines and its inventory transactions. … Continue reading MSDyn365FO: Delivery schedule

MSDyn365FO: Blind Shipment

In Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, there is an option to hide the address and any other identification information of your company on the shipment documents. It might be useful in the cases when the customer is having you ship directly to their customer (ship to end user). You might need to hide … Continue reading MSDyn365FO: Blind Shipment

AX2012 R3: Add address button on the Returned purchase order line adds up the address to the company instead of vendor

Recently, I have noticed that add address button on the Returned purchase order line adds up the address to the company instead of the vendor. However, we can spot that this logic is not applicable to the Returned purchase order header. You can observe the following: If you open Returned Purchase order header and click … Continue reading AX2012 R3: Add address button on the Returned purchase order line adds up the address to the company instead of vendor

MSDyn365FO: RFQ Requirement field in the Purchase requisition line

In this blog post, I would like to go through the RFQ Requirement field in the Purchase requisition line. This field appears to be non-editable and automatically filled in by the AX. There are several possible options that this field can have: Formal Informal None RFQ requirement field works in conjunction with Purchase requisition RFQ … Continue reading MSDyn365FO: RFQ Requirement field in the Purchase requisition line

MSDyn365FO: Foreign currency revaluation (General ledger and Accounts payable)

Want to understand foreign currency revaluation in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations? Here are some cases that are sure to help. Imagine the following situation: We have the vendor invoice in the foreign currency, let’s say in USD. Reporting/accounting currency is EUR INV#1: USD 6,492.30 Fx rate with which the invoice was originally posted … Continue reading MSDyn365FO: Foreign currency revaluation (General ledger and Accounts payable)