Is there a way to see the current OS license that is installed? We have
recently had the number of user licences increased and now want to check
that this has been applied, I'd hoped this would be in an obvious place
like the environment or security ...
We have built a custom model in a dev environment and now want to
migrate this to a user test environment. The build includes a number of
database tables that we want to copy between the environments as they
contain a large amount of data that needs ...
Is there a way to set the property of a dashboard button to disabled? I
have a dashboard that includes a number of button objects that execute
various tasks, such as running a calculation, locking the workflow and
so forth. What I'd like to be able t...
I want to create an autorec rule that will apply to reconciliations only
if they have been approved in the previous period. I can see that there
are a number of variables available (like IsReconcilied and Approval)
but can find no documentation about...
Was going through our app to lock/certify some workflows and noticed
that there seems to be a function that I have never noticed before,
there is a Corporate Certification Management menu item with two sub
items, Unlock/uncertify ancestors and Certif...
We specifically wanted to see the number of users that the license
enforces, I guess we could maybe hack something together and combine
different tables together to get the answer, but really this is such a
simple and fundamental piece of information...
Thanks all for these suggestions, unfortunately we don't seem to be able
to see the actual license info we need, though your suggestion
aricgresko gets us closest. Unfortunately, for reasons that completely
baffle me, there is no real time view of li...
Hello edreyes. RDocs should roll forward by default (depending on the
version, we're using PV660SV101). I also requested the ability to roll
forward supporting detail as this is pretty much essential when rolling
forward prior period unchanging balan...