System Performance and Stability Enhancements
The Midnight development team has dedicated much of the last 2 release cycles to optimizing performance and stability. This has included low level changes to the way data is cached in Midnight, improvements to processing of file attachments, additional details added to the system alert system and lazy loading in various areas of the Order experience.
Priority Order User Defined Fields on the DJB Order View
You can now display Order and Version level User Defined Fields by "Priority Order" on the Order View of the Dynamic Job Board. When you rearrange any of your User Defined Fields, at the order and version level, to be numbered in a "Priority" between 1-10, they will now display on the Order View.
Choosing columns on the Dynamic Job Board (DJB) Order View
You can choose which columns display on the DJB, allowing you to focus on the fields that are important to you. Each workstation login can have its own set of display columns so that each person can view and manage the data that is relevant to them. For example, the warehouse manager may turn off the “Data in” column from their view, whereas an employee in the data processing area would have an interest in seeing this column.
To remove/change the columns that display on the Order View, click the DJB Column Selector button on the top-right-hand corner of the DJB.
The DJB Grid Selector screen will appear.
Payments Screen Supports Multiple Payment Transactions
Midnight now supports multiple Payment Transactions against a single Payment Record. In the Receive Payment screen the top "Payment Amount" screen is editable as indicated by the yellow input box. If the amount is changed and charged the Payment will move to a "Partially Paid" status. The Receive Payment button is still active and there is the ability to process an additional Payment for the balance. One use case for this is a case where your customer wants to pay the invoice with multiple Credit Cards or Payment types such as a mix of ACH, Credit Card, Check, Cash, Escrow, etc.