Enhancements & Revisions



Adagio Payables 8.1D


February 3, 2012



       Editing a vendor from within in batch entry used a Lanpak license when it should not have.

       If you had Payables 8.1D installed and you use Purchase Orders for Adagio, and likely only if your purchase orders data was originally created with a certain version(s) of the DOS Inventory Receipts program, the Tax Status on the Accounting tab in the vendor did not display correctly and could become set to the wrong value if you saved the vendor. If you have the problem, the Tax Status list will not show all the possible tax status values you have defined in Purchase Orders. The first tax status will not be displayed as a choice in the list. If it is there you do not have the problem.

    If you have changed the field and saved the vendor, the wrong tax status has been saved. In addition, if the vendor was set to the last tax status in the list, the status displayed as the one above it. If you saved the vendor, the wrong tax status has been saved.

    You should check the Tax Status of vendors changed by Payables 8.1D to ensure they are correct. To identify vendors that have been edited, use the column editor and add the field 'Last Maintenance Date' to the grid. You could also do a smart finder search or create a vendor filter to select vendors where this date is after the date you first used Payables 8.1D. If you are uncertain what the Tax Status should be for a vendor, view an existing purchase order for that vendor and note the Tax Status shown on the Details tab.

    NOTE: Even if you do not have the problem described above, if you use Purchase Orders for Adagio and you installed Payables 8.1D (2012.01.14), you must read the Release Notes for (2012.01.31) and check for the problem described there (see below).

     



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