Build 576 primarily addresses recent changes in how Intuit implemented SDK features - affecting every customer who uses our product.
It also fixes negative quantity serial number inventory adjustments, several internal processes and bugs and, corrects several measures in the Power Pivot purchases examples. We have also enhanced the usability of the Excel Add-In.
THIS IS CONSIDERED AN EMERGENCY RELEASE.
In a departure from 22 years of SDK implementations, Intuit executed SDK changes for current versions of QuickBooks into previous versions e.g. 2022 and 2023 into 2021. In doing so, they introduced a mechanism in the latest releases for all years, which will produce errors in extraction for all versions of QuickBooks 2021, 2022, 2023.
Additionally Intuit introduced a field name which breaks even their data entry rules - and which cannot be modified.
These changes affect every user in the QQube Community, and this is considered an emergency - and necessary - release.
Fixed two DAX formula errors in the PowerPivot purchases data model:
Fixed anomaly where Profit and Loss with Actual, Budget, Forecast (and by class) where not transferred as checked, upon upgrading from earlier QQube versions where it was checked.
Fixed issue with serial number negative quantities not being accounted for.
Fixed multiple issues with what happens when saving date options in the QQube Configuration Tool
Warning Dialogue Box:
Added a cascading visible filter mechanism in Profit and Loss by Detail, so a chosen account name filter in the example would not "disappear" at the bottom of the list. We have added account type as the visible filter, because it is universal.
Customers will no longer be able to accidentally attempt to install QQube updates if they are a multi-user client on a hosted environment. The download link will be greyed out, and there will be a link to the correct procedures: Updating Existing Installations | CLEARIFY
The Excel Add-In now mirrors the look and feel of Excel pivot table lists. Folders that contain fields used in the Pivot Table will now be bolded.
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