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  • HI  Well to satisfy the issue of having the records entry in NAV I will suggest doing like a memo entry so that you have the chance to enter the payment details in NAV and will be able to link it with all reference Nos, and recall in a report Please ...

  • OK, I figured it out.  The base UOM is what NAV uses for quantity on hand and what is used for all costing and value.  There are different tables for UOM - Items, Resources, Capacity, Human Resource, UOM Translation and of course, " nit of Measure" for ...

  • Thanks for your reply.  Yes, the customer did actually issue a document for the $0 payment, with a document# assigned to it.  What we primarily want to record is that Payment # issued by the customer as well as the Payment Date.  ​ I don't see a "Notes" ...

  • ​Hello Joe, I think you'll need to test for a work-around for this, or put in a user procedure change. From a configuration stand-point, you could try adjusting the Rescheduling Period for this Item and see if that helps (though I suppose it won't) ...

  • Thanks for the reply If I understand right, the credits were issued in NAV and they were applied to the invoices This means the invoices are no longer open What you really want to do now is to have the details of the payment to be recorded on the client ...

  • There is a quantity field in the general journal and the general ledger entry table. You might try populating this and make sure it posts from the journal to the ledger. ------------------------------ Kim Dallefeld Kim@Dallefeld.com Dallefeld Consulting, ...

  • Hello, Please see answers below: 1 and 2) Yes, the credits the customer is using would have already been issued to them through Navision. 3) The credits could be for any of the items you mentioned.  Typically the customers are using credits that were ...

  • We are running NAV2009r2 on SQL2008SP2 and have Auto-Statistics set to 'False'. We do have an SQL Maintenance Plan that runs nightly to update the stats and it runs for approximately 40 minutes on an 85GB database. The rationale for this setting has ...

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