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Release Notes for Release 5.1.1
QAD CSS Version: 5.1.1
Release Date: December, 2009
QAD Product Suite Compatibility: eB2.1 SP2 through SP4, QAD 2007, QAD 2007.1, QAD 2008 Standard, QAD 2008 Enterprise, QAD 2008.1 Standard, QAD 2008.1 Enterprise, QAD 2009 Standard, QAD 2009 Enterprise, QAD 2009.1 Enterprise
Documentation Updates
The following documentation has been updated for this release:
Installation Guide: QAD Customer Self Service (78-0666D)
Fixes
QAD CSS 5.1.1. is a service pack release that fixes the following defects:
The system could not calculate vertex taxes.
When a new B2C customer was created, address tax data, customer freight data, and the Disc Pct value (customer credit data) did not default from the default B2C customer, which caused the following issues:
When the default B2C customer had a tax rate defined, the system always calculated taxes for the new B2C customer even when Taxable was set to No for the default B2C customer.
When the address tax data of the default B2C customer was updated, the system still used the new data to calculate taxes for B2C sales orders.
The system did not calculate freight charges for B2C sales orders.
The system always used the discount rate from the B2C customer data to calculate prices without using the best pricing logic.
On some Windows platforms, the system ran into errors during credit cards processing.
When creating a new B2C customer, the system copied the tax zone from the default B2C customer rather than select one based on the new customer address.
Release Notes for Release 5.1
QAD CSS Version: 5.1
Release Date: September, 2009
QAD Product Suite Compatibility: eB2.1 SP2 through SP4, QAD 2007, QAD 2007.1, QAD 2008 Standard, QAD 2008 Enterprise, QAD 2008.1 Standard, QAD 2008.1 Enterprise, QAD 2009 Standard, QAD 2009 Enterprise, QAD 2009.1 Enterprise
Documentation Updates
The following documentation has been updated for this release:
Installation Guide: QAD Customer Self Service (78-0666C)
Implementation Guide: QAD Customer Self Service (78-0659B)
Administration Guide: QAD Customer Self Service (78-0658B)
Combining CSS 5.0.1 and CSS 4.2.3, QAD CSS 5.1 is a unified version that supports both the Standard and Enterprise Editions of QAD Enterprise Applications and serves as a common baseline for future QAD CSS releases. Previously, two branches of QAD CSS—4.x and 5.x versions—were maintained and released to support QAD SE and QAD EE respectively. There are no new and updated features in this release.
Fixes
The following defects have been fixed in this release:
The system did not properly display customer names in Customer Maintenance when identical numbers existed.
The system only displayed customers in the current domain in Customer Maintenance.
When you added a new user, the Data Source list was not disabled.
The sorting function did not work properly in Data Source Maintenance.
When integrated with QAD EE, the system retrieved the State information from generalized codes instead of the Financials module.
The Data From search criterion did not work properly in Customer Credit Report.
Price of newly created items could not be converted into the current customer’s currency correctly in the detail section of Customer Credit Report.
When there was only one item in the shopping cart, clicking the Delete button generated a JavaScript error.
When the domain currency was different from the one set for the default B2C customer, the system did not correctly display the correct currency in Order Summary and New Customer.
The Balance From Before was always 0.00 in Customer Credit Report.
If customers used different currencies, taxable total and non-taxable total in the sales quote were incorrect.
Blank customer records were displayed in Uncommitted Orders Report.
Customer ID was not displayed correctly in Unprocessed Orders Report.
Clicking on the calendar control generated a JavaScript error.
Uploading the same file twice in Catalog Upload used to cause failure.
When the shopping cart was empty, clicking the Cart button caused a JavaScript error.
When PaymentOption was set to Purchase Order in System Registry, the Sales Quote Finish Order page could not be displayed normally.
Clicking an invoice number in Customer Credit Report failed to display the invoice history.
Account aging was incorrectly displayed as a question mark in Customer Credit Report.
When you created a new B2C customer, freight information was not carried over from the default B2C customer.
When a list price price list was defined for an item, the system could not display the item price correctly during order entry.



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