So many bloggers are blogging less and spending more time pushing out 140 character packets of info on Twitter. I have no problem with Twitter, I blogged about it and hang out there now and then, but for me it is no replacement for blogging. My lack activity here has nothing to do [...]
The Financial Services moniker was always misleading because there is nothing specific to the Financial Services industry in the product, now this has been fixed and the official name is Financials Accounting Hub. So that one is cleared up.
I have had a number of people asking for more details on this product, you [...]
I have enabled threaded comments on the blog, which should help make conversations easier to read and follow. Thanks WordPress for this feature. I’ve been surprised, delighted and more recently unable to find time to keep up with the number of comments on the blog. Some stats:
I have 75 posts and [...]
Reading Meg’s post on the Talented Apps blog I was inspired to write a quick blog post rather than leave a long comment. Meg talks about how we can strive to improve the usability of our applications, something that we need to continually work on. We did what we thought was the [...]
Written by David Haimes
This blog turned one year old this week, so a short review of the year is in order.
I started this blog after Open World 2007, mostly as a way to put answers ‘out there’ to the questions I was being asked multiple times during the conference. I was hoping to do [...]
Use Supporting References in SLA and you can see SLA generated and manual JEs in the same inquiry.
First you have to define a supporting reference eg PO Number, then define which Event Classes and the source that has the PO Number, whoohooo this even goes across appl_ids so following PO example, assign it to Invoices [...]