- Dutchie Product Team
Dutchie POS updates: Business intelligence enhancements, bug fixes
You can now view more details about inventory audits in BI tools including:
Dimension for adjusted quantity (to quantity - from quantity)
Measure for total adjusted quantity (sum of adjusted quantity)
We’ve added a Total THC field to the Batch Lab Results views in the Explore section of BI tools. This value is based on the formula: (THCA x 0.877) + THC-D9.
Manitoba: we’ve added a new Manitoba Monthly Provincial Compliance Report that you can export from Reports > State reporting. The export is formatted according to LGCA’s requirements so you can upload it directly to the LGCA web portal.
We've recently released fixes to address the following issues:
When viewing a product’s Package History, the Details column showed no information for Sublots.
Under Customers > Configure > Doctors, the list only showed doctors created in the location the user was viewing when it should have shown all doctors created in the LSP.
Users received errors that prevented running the Transaction Comparison and Sales in Weight By Transaction And Customer reports.
Package gross weight information wasn’t carried over after an internal transfer.
Drivers weren’t able to view customer phone numbers in Mobile Checkout once a route had been created for the order.
The Restrict to group(s) dropdown on the Options tab of a discount was missing the No group assigned option from LeafLogix. We’ve updated the Dutchie POS interface to include this.
Users were unable to set a password for another user despite having the necessary permissions.
Discounts with bundle or threshold requirements that were also set as automatic and stackable were not stacking with percent-off discounts.
New Jersey: product UIDs were not appearing on reprinted labels for completed transactions.
Florida: Users received an error message “Error loading allotment: An invalid request URI was provided. Either the request URI must be absolute URI or BaseAddress must be set.” when completing a transaction.