Yuzu - GreenCommerce.NET

The Yuzu release is the first version of 2023 and therefore also a mandatory one. This release contains various developments that will support companies in monitoring their Chain of Custody certification. Existing applications have also been converted to the .NET 6 version. This means that the installation of the .NET 6 version is necessary for using GreenCommerce. This will be taken into account during the update process. See all release notes below:


In the relation, it can be indicated for a supplier that all batches that are purchased from this supplier will receive the CoC status 'suitable' by default. In addition, it is possible to add a sales requirement line of type CoC within a sales requirement. Batches can also be marked CoC, this status can be found on the batch card and can be changed there. Changes can also be made in the purchase screen.

For a supplier, it can be indicated that purchased batches are CoC suitable by default. For a production order it is possible to indicate that only batches that have CoC status 'suitable' may be used. When reserving batches, highlighting indicates which batches are suitable. This check mark is automatically checked if the chosen sales requirement contains a line of type CoC. About the same opportunities have been created for sales.

It is possible to block via a setting if no CoC suitable batches are being shipped. When choosing pallets, only pallets that are CoC suitable are shown.

For more information about the CoC developments + WMS extensions, check this page.

Since the introduction of .NET Core, Microsoft has embarked on a path of phasing out the .NET Framework and eventually replacing it with .NET 5 and up. To ensure that GreenCommerce and services are kept up to date in a timely manner, existing applications have been converted to the .Net 6 version.

The installation of the .Net 6 version is therefore necessary for using GreenCommerce. This will be taken into account during the update process. Do you have any questions about this? Then please contact us.

Final orders can be corrected with the task item “Correct delivery information”, if authorized to do so. This option is only available for purchase orders, sales orders, and sales order lines that are marked as final, but not yet completely finalized. Before the change is saved, it will first be checked for mandatory documents and whether the type of object still meets all requirements to be final.

Conditions can be set in the pop-up in which document settings can be managed for a document type. By setting one or more conditions, the document is mandatory but only the associated object meets all set conditions. Conditions can only be set if the 'mandatory' checkbox is checked. If no conditions are set, the document will always be mandatory.

For handling sales orders, the date code template that is set in the handling relation end customer of the sales order is taken into account. If no handling relation end customer has been set for a handling order, then no date code will be generated.

If the handling relation end customer of a sales order is changed, an additional confirmation will be requested.

It has been made possible to also record a sales requirement at the sales order line for a specific product group. You can now set a main sales requirement for a sales requirement. If the main sales requirement is set for a sales order, only sales requirements can be selected in the underlying sales order lines that have set the set sales requirement as the main sales requirement. If no sales requirement has been set in the sales order, then all sales requirements can be selected in the sales order line.

The master data has been adjusted to be able to record additional information in several places so that it can be displayed with a production order. 'Consumer items' is a new master data and contain the items that consumers buy in the supermarket.

'Packaging' is also a new master data. Packaging says something about the packaging in which an item or consumer item is delivered. Both can be managed under [Master data] => [Item master] => [....].

The layout of an item has also been changed to accommodate more information.

'Label texts' is also a new master data. Label texts contain information about the label that should be attached to an item or consumer items. Label texts can be managed under [Master data] => [Production] => [Label texts].

The above information comes together in the production orders (via the info icon) and the overview screen (via the 'Order specifications' tab).

The sub-invoice lines of purchase invoices for pallet element value are now also calculated on the basis of pallet locations instead of the number of pallets. This now ties in with the sales invoice.

By means of a new parameter, when creating a KCB declaration, a check mark will be checked by default, so that order lines are grouped by item. When sending a KCB declaration, it is checked when the order lines are generated whether grouping is required. When this setting is on, the order lines are grouped based on Item and Location. Otherwise, the previous flow is still used.

In a cost program it is now possible to record negative costs.

The settings and working method settings for managing a location have been moved to a separate tab. This creates space for, among other things, the management of sub-locations. Only users with the role 'system administrator' can do this.

It can be indicated with the item whether it should be excluded from material costs (private label). If this is not the case at sales order level, the setting at item level will be looked at. In the column selector, this property is visible under the name 'MustReserveMaterialCosts'.

To prevent rounding differences, improvements have been made in various parts of GreenCommerce. The solution is largely derived from a combination of parameters that ensure consistent calculations for purchase and sales invoicing.

Developments have been made to the purchase invoicing module making it easier to check, update and invoice orders. Adjustments are made directly in the matching process. For example, an extra tab has been added for reconciling purchase invoice lines in which information is displayed per purchase order, including total quantities and prices. Furthermore, element lines can be added to a purchase order to be matched. One or more purchase orders can be selected in the new tab to be invoiced. An edit functionality for adjustments to the purchase order lines has also been added.

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