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Method:Classic Updates - Nov 26, 2015

The following updates are now live for users of Method:Classic. 

Platform Updates

  • Updated purchase order line item logic so that subtotal line items do not receive a quantity by default. This resulted in QB conflicts in the past. (Ticket AS-1410)

  • Fixed nested looping so that inner loops can process more than 500 records (Ticket AS-1040)

  • Fixed issue to allow the VendorType field to be added as a linked field to the Purchase Order table (Ticket AS-1412)

QuickBooks Desktop Sync

  • We now correctly un-archive contact records when entity records are un-archived (Ticket AS-1424)

  • Corrected QBD item syncing so that Quantity on Hand, Quantity on SO, and Quantity on Order are re-populated on full sync (Ticket AS-1389)

  • Improved error handling when syncing QBD transactions within closed or divided date periods (Ticket AS-1368)

  • Improved syncing of Unit of Measure records to prevent unnecessary QB conflicts in Method (Ticket AS-1205)

QuickBooks Online Sync

  • Corrected issue preventing QBO Global transactions from syncing (Ticket AS-1457)

  • QBO Sync so that custom fields are not blanked out when making a customer inactive (Ticket AS-1316)

  • Improved sync logging in order to identify potential causes for QBO time out (Ticket AS-1387)

  • Corrected issue with syncing tax codes which caused QBO sync to abort (Ticket AS-1386)

  • Updated help articles links within QB conflicts section to point users to new documentation (Ticket AS-1317)

Google Calendar Background Sync

  • Logging for Google calendar background sync and disconnecting of inactive users (Ticket AS-1423)

  • Authentication for Google calendar to decrease number of errors (Ticket AS-1375)

Import / Export

  • Fixed broken help article link in the Import / Export tool (Ticket AS-1443)

Web Forms

  • Fixed issue with the Tenant ID field as well as web form authorization which prevented web forms from functioning correctly (Ticket AS-1460)




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