(Release Date: October 21, 2021)
This build fixes an item introduced in QuickBooks 2022 that causes a synch error to appear in the log, and allows proper installation when QuickBooks 2022 is the only version of desktop QuickBooks installed. It also fixes a handful of customer petitioned issues.
For those customers that need the specific fixes, they won't have to wait until Version 10 is released - a huge undertaking that is taking longer than anticipated.
As a bonus there are several enhancements underneath the hood that will speed up the time between the QQube database and say Excel or Power BI for larger detail analytics. Something that was only originally planned for Version 10.
QuickBooks 2022 Template Name and Type
QuickBooks 2022 as Only Installed Version
Open PO Amounts Missing Canadian Tax Amounts in Open Balance Amounts
Entity Class Not Showing in Excel Add-In
Adjustment Lot/Serial Numbers not Updating
Sales Tax in Job costing shows as Income
In certain instances the field named "Document Current Paid/Open Status" was incorrectly named "Document Paid/Open Status", thereby leaving two names to filter on. This has been fixed.
Payroll Liability Adjustments showing for no item
In Pro/Premier Only. In general ledger and payroll analytics, an amount will show, having no tie to a transaction number, date, payroll item. This has been fixed so that they don't show.
Specific Speed Improvements
Customers who used Excel for very large data sets from detail analytics such as Job Costing, Inventory and General Ledger, contacted our engineers via our ticket system, and expressed concern over the length of time it was taking to refresh their data from QQube. After discussion and an examination of our code, we identified several potential bottlenecks, and have addressed them in this version. In most cases it will be a matter of seconds, but in others it could be up to 30 seconds. Every bit helps.
Updated Database Components
Latest Version of SQL Anywhere passing our tests: 220.127.116.1115
New Code Signing Certificate
To ensure the integrity of our components, we use digitally signed certificates, which are issued by top level Certificate Authorities and required to be renewed every three years. Unfortunately the rules do not allow us to "renew an existing certificate"; the certificate must be re-issued by the Certificate Authority. These certificates are similar to SLL certifcates that are used in https://websites and shopping carts to ensure secure transactions
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