Hi all! I’m back! Well, it’s been a grueling 2 months for sure (since Convergence New Orleans ) that have taken me to 2 countries ( Chile and Venezuela ), and 3 states (Louisiana, Nevada, Washington) and have allowed me to rack up over 23,000 new miles on my Delta SkyMiles account. The beauty of this all is that I have gotten to share my knowledge with more than 5,000 individuals in that stretch – customers and partners - with topics ranging from Web Client , to Dexterity , to the Support Debugging Tool . As such, you have seen my blogging activity take a tumble
I got an interesting question from one of the community followers and I saw that it should be published for community, the question was a request to have a special mask for the item number field, the user wanted to have the item number automatically has Dashes “-“ for each 3 letters to look like this > > “AAA-AAA-AAA” so the user will fill only 9 “A”s and the system to automatically add the “-“ in between and below how I covered this: 1. Go to Cards> > Inventory> > Item 2
I got an interesting question from of my customers who are willing to activate the purchase order commitments, the question was the documentation stated the following: The Required Date must fall in a valid and open fiscal period . The purchase order header has a required date field and the line items each has its own required date field, so which one will be used to commit the purchase order against the budget
All good things must come to an end, but no one knows how to wrap up things better than the folks at Microsoft. The day had a few good things in store: the closing Keynote with guest speaker and former United Nations Secretary, Kofi Annan; sessions galore; and a mega concert with Matchbox 20. As for me, I had to skip all the keynote, but very excited I will be able to catch up with it on Virtual Convergence , so I really don’t feel I have missed anything.
The folks over at Nigel Frank have published a link to their 5th annual Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey for YOU to participate and express your views. You can find the survey here: Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey This year the survey added some new interesting questions allowing for more insight into retention and recruitment as well as the general Microsoft Dynamics labor market trends.