Volume Based Prices In Contracts

Hi All, Quite recently I have discovered that Acumatica Contracts Module support different types of prices agreements: Fixed price – In this case you setup specific price (that can be standard or specially agreed) inside Contract Item Volume Based Prices – In this case final price of one item will depend on customer usage, like a standard volume based prices in Acumatica. Fixed Price Fixed price is configured thought Contract Item Than you can setup contract with this contract item and start to use it When you bill contract and check invoice you can see that Acumatica use exact price from Contract Item. You also can set-up extra usage price… Read more

Manual Mass Notifications

Hi All, Lets imagine scenario where you want to send multiple notifications about multiple documents from the system. It might be quite complicated if you decide to do it manually. Today I want to show you one trick how you can trigger standard notification on multiple documents at once. For this task we will use Automation Notifications, Custom Field and Generic Inquiry. My scenario would be to update my customers about quotes that are expiring soon. I want to review them before sending notifications, but do not want to do it one by one. General idea is – to have a special not visible but editable field that will trigger… Read more

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Useful Web.Config Parameters

Hi All, Acumatica as standard ASP.NET application stores some configurations in web.config file. Some parameters can be really useful for users and developers. In this article i want to share with you parameters that really can help you. AutomationDebug (Default false) – An indicator of whether an information about the current automation step (state of a form of Acumatica ERP) is displayed on the form. If you set the value of the key to true, the text box with the current automation state is displayed on the Info area of a form of Acumatica ERP. Very useful parameter if you changing automation steps CheckCustomizationCompatibility (default True) – If the key… Read more

Append and Replace of DACs Attributes

Hi Everyone. Today want so share with you some ideas on how you can append, replace or merge attributes on standard Acumatica’s data access classes. Acumatica Framework attributes are used to add common business logic to the application components. Attributes implement business logic by subscribing to events. Each attribute class directly or indirectly derives from the PXEventSubscriberAttribute class. B Most attributes are added to data access class (DAC) field declarations. There are also attributes that are placed on a DAC declaration, view declarations in a business logic controller (BLC), and the BLC declaration itself. In general there are 4 places where you can define attributes: DAC attributes DAC fields. You… Read more