SS28: Workflow (Added Sort, Item Type “Report”, And Initial Field Values)

Sort

Allows you to arrange the Workflow menu.

Item Type “Report”

Allows you to add Reports to the workflow.

Initial Field Values

When a program or a report is run from the workflow, you can optionally set default values or disable fields when they load.

 

Added The Following:

  • General (Tab Page)
    • Sort
  • Workflow Item Editor
    • Item Type
      • Report
    • Initial Field Values
      • Grid:
        • Field ID
        • Value
        • Disabled?

Example:

Sort

Item Type “Report”

Initial Field Values

 

SS10: Payment Terms (Allow Due Date To Go Below The Effective Date)

Previously, all due dates that are generated by the Payment Terms that are lower than the last effective date are automatically moved to that last effective date (or by another option, next year). This update allows you to optionally turn on or off that feature.

Added The Following:

  • General (Tab Page)
    • Move The Due Dates To The Last High Due Date When It Is Below Or Lower Than The Last Effective Date? (Check/Uncheck)

Example:

GL00010: Reclass Terms (Added TSG and For Document Date #)

TSG or Terms Sequence Group:

Allows the Reclass Terms to maintain totals based on SS29: Terms Sequence Group.

For Document Date:

Previously, only one (1) document date is allowed as the basis for re-class date. In this update, you are allowed up to 5 document dates to serve as the basis for re-class date computations. This option is only available if the program using the re-class terms allows for it.

Note: When a match cannot be made, the lowest “For Document Date” number will be the basis of computation.

Added The Following:

  • Reclass Structure (Tab Page)
    • (Optional) TSG
    • For Document Date
      • Options:
        • All Dates In Sequence, Number 1, Number 2, Number 3, Number 4, Number 5

Example:

SS10: Payment Terms (Added For Effective Date #)

Previously, only one (1) effective date is allowed as the basis for Due Date and Discount Date computations. In this update, you are allowed up to 5 effective dates to serve as the basis for due date and discount date computations. This option is only available if the program using the payment terms allows for it. (Example: AA00013A: Supplier Miscellaneous Invoice features 5 effective dates).

Note: When a match cannot be made, the lowest “For Effective Date” number will be the basis of computation.

Added The Following:

  • Payment Structure (Tab Page)
    • For Effective Date
      • Options:
        • All Dates In Sequence, Number 1, Number 2, Number 3, Number 4, Number 5

Example:

SS10: Payment Terms (Added Handling For First Due Date Month Lower Than Effective Date)

There are times when due dates are lower than the effective date. When this happens the system will automatically change the due date to match the effective date. This behavior can be enhanced by allowing the option to move the passed due dates next year.

For Example:

Payment Schedule (Effective Date is 14-SEP-2017)

Previous Behavior:

  1. Due Date: 1-JUN-2017 moves to 14-SEP-2017
  2. Due Date: 1-JUL-2017 moves to 14-SEP-2017
  3. Due Date: 1-AUG-2017 moves to 14-SEP-2017
  4. Due Date: 1-SEP-2017 moves to 14-SEP-2017
  5. Due Date: 1-OCT-2017 (NO CHANGE)
  6. Due Date: 1-NOV-2017 (NO CHANGE)

New Optional Behavior :

  • Due Date: 1-JUN-2017 moves to 1-JUN-2018
  • Due Date: 1-JUL-2017 moves to 1-JUL-2018
  • Due Date: 1-AUG-2017 moves to 1-AUG-2018
  • Due Date: 1-SEP-2017 moves to 1-SEP-2018
  • Due Date: 1-OCT-2017 moves to 1-OCT-2018
  • Due Date: 1-NOV-2017 moves to 1-NOV-2018

Added The Following Fields:

  • General (Tab Page)
    • Move The Due Dates Next Year When The Very First Month In Schedule Is Below Or Lower Than The Effective Date? (options: check/unchecked)

Example:

SS13: Country And Location (Added Official Name, Dialer Prefix, ISO 2 Letter, ISO 3 Letter)

Added the following fields:

  • General (Tab Page)
    • Official Name – i.e. “Republic Of The Philippines” for Philippines
    • Dialer Prefix – i.e. +63, +966, +1, etc.
    • ISO 2 Letter – PH, US, SA, etc.
    • ISO 3 Letter – PHL, USA, SAU, etc.

Example:

SS10: Payment Terms (Added Auto Notes? Column)

Previously, when the Terms Sequence Group (TSG) is set the “Line Item Notes” column of the “Payment Structure” becomes disabled and uses the TSGs’ description. In this update, the Line Item Notes can now be set to something else while TSG is set.

Note: This feature in effect allows you to group by and sum the payment structure by TSG and Line Item Notes.

Added The Following:

  • Payment Structure (Tab Page)
    • Grid:
      • Auto Notes?
        • Options
          • Checked, and Unchecked

Example: