10.1.110 Release June 2017
Fast replication for Item update issue resolved.
PO editing don't work if Item STD Buy price is $0.00. Issue resolved by removing restrictions.
Initial setup Step 3 > Purge Purchase > Replication fails due to Pref.xml issue resolved. This only effects BLANK MYOB files it will not be fixed in the 9.1.xxx series.
New MYOB WMS data file browser extension filter limitation corrected. Latest version of the File Dialog browser would not accept multiple extension filters. Removed this and replaced with *.*
[UDFS] Preferences no longer show UDF labels setup tab. Workaround is to ENABLE DATAPOS in the Prefs.XML > this will reveal the tab.
[Receiving] batch by line ignored corrected.
[Stock Reordering Assistant] purchase request to purchase order > date defaults to 1/1/2000 corrected.
On Order qty and Analyse tab On Order qty incorrect in v10 > issue corrected.
[MYOBAPI] Timeout is showing strange error message - corrected by adding new error message for communications error.
WMS 10 MYOB AccountRight Terms Mapping updated.
[WMS 10] Quantity OnHand Calculation Incorrect from CE Query > mapping corrected
Multi-Payments now working for Purchasing.
V10 can't activate rounding option 2 or 3 , tax figure in sale screen blank corrected.
[Replicator] v10 item cost mapping not complete > corrected.
[WMS 10] Create Purchase Order in Sale > Require to track Invoice No in Receive Module tag added.
First split PO uses original PO date instead of received date - Updated - added new preference option to set Bill Date as receive date or keep original date.
MYOB API Datapel connector log for sale order. Added line balancing code to Order interfaces.
Sale will reject if sale person do not have first name and/or space after first name corrected.
Create and add Result object before create and update script points in Stock Purchase.
V10 warning when you record split PO. User can now go back to a SPLIT Order and click SPLIT RECEIVE and create the backorder. This solves the issue of accidentally clicking Record - and having a split - and not being able to back order.