What's new in Integrator version 2.90.00
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This version of Integrator introduces compatibility with Prolog 9.x. Note that the AI-SDK for Prolog 2008 remains compatible with Prolog 9 and so no upgrade of the AI-SDK is required.
A Criteria tab has been added to the settings window of each interface. Custom criteria can be defined here that limits the records that Integrator queries from the Prolog and Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate.
This is a new interface that can send budget changes from Prolog to Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate. Specifically, the values from Potential CO Items are read from Prolog and accumulated by budget code. Those values are then compared to the Approved Estimate Changes values in Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate Job Cost. Differences are calculated and used to create Approved Estimate Change transactions that are imported into Job Cost. This feature requires Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate 9.7 or higher. Check with Event 1 Software for the pricing associated with adding this feature to your existing license.
This is a new interface that can send Purchase Orders from Prolog to Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate. In the past, Integrator required Purchase Orders to be recorded as Contracts (of type 'Purchase Order') and transferred via the Contracts interface. With this new interface, Purchase Orders can be recorded using the Purchase Orders window in Prolog and then sent to Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate Job Cost as Commitments (of type 'Purchase Order').
The cost interface has been enhanced to account for costs associated with purchase orders. When using the Purchase Orders interface and cost transactions in Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate are found to be associated with a commitment of type 'Purchase Order', the cost interface will now handle these costs differently. Costs associated with Purchase Orders will transfer to Prolog as General Invoices with the Purchase Order field populated with the corresponding Prolog Purchase Order number.