How to Track Salary Raise in Sage Enterprise Management People

Sage Enterprise Management (Sage X3) People has a standard functionality to track the salary changes over a period of time. The function allows seeing the salary trend over a period of time which helps to keep a track of salary for any employee Navigate to Development → Local Menu-messages To set up salary tracking using standard functionality,… Read More »

How to get descriptive values from Miscellaneous Tables Value in Sage Enterprise Management

You may come across the situation, where you need to read the description from the miscellaneous table. One of the possible ways to do is as below: If !clalev ([ZAT]) : Local File ATEXTRA[ZAT]  : Endif For  [ZAT] WHERE CODFIC=’ATABDIV’ AND IDENT1=’32’ AND ZONE=’LNGDES’ AND LANGUE=GLANGUE infbox num$(TEXTE) next The TEXTE will return you the… Read More »

How to set Tax Year Start and Tax Year End in Sage Enterprise Management People

In Sage Enterprise Management People, we need to define Tax Year Start and Tax Year End after the “Year End Process”. Follow below steps: Navigate to: Setup → General Parameter → Parameter values → PAY Payroll-General Parameters → DAT In TAXSTRDAT enter the Tax Year Start date and in  TAXENDDAT enter  Tax Year End date.… Read More »

How to do quality sheet check for manufacturing in Sage Enterprise Management

In Sage Enterprise Management, we may come across a scenario where we need to check to perform compulsory technical sheet analysis before production. For such a case Sage X3 provides an inbuilt technical sheet control functionality. Navigate to: Setup → General Parameter → Parameter values In the technical sheet control → Set, Yes with blocking. Now… Read More »

How to create direct Sales invoice from Service Request screen

In Sage X3, we may come across a scenario where we want to create sales invoice from service request screen. This functionality can be achieved by following steps:  Navigate to:  Customer relation → Customer support → Service Request. Step 1: Enter all the mandatory data in the screen. Step 2: In the Management tab, set… Read More »

Outward Letter of Credit Add-on for Sage Enterprise Management

Greytrix with its Letter of Credit (LC) add-on for Sage Enterprise Management (Sage X3) creates a better sense of assurance in such international business transactions. There are two types of letter of credit. Inward LC Outward LC Check Now: Guarantee transactions between buyers & sellers with Letter of Credit Add-on for Sage Enterprise Management (Sage X3) In… Read More »

Inward Letter of Credit Add-on for Sage enterprise Management

The International business exchanges involve risk between the merchant and buyer on the buy of specific merchandise. On the off chance that the buyer neglects to make the installment, the bank covers the sum due. The contributing factors for the risk include the distance between the two parties, distinctive laws in every nation, and the… Read More »

How to use 2-dimensional array in Sage Enterprise Management

In Sage X3, we may come across a scenario where we need to use a 2-dimensional array in our code. Please refer the below steps to use a multi-dimensional array in 4GL code. Syntax: Local Char ZLChar (chrlen)(Xlen,Ylen) Where chrlen is the length of the string character. Xlen is the array length along x-direction. Ylen… Read More »

How to translate Menu Item text in Sage X3

You may have come across a situation where you had added a new Menu Item to the Navigation page, but the Description of the Menu Item didn’t get translated. This can be achieved by following the below steps: Open the Menu Item for which you need a translated text. Go to Administration | Authoring |… Read More »

How to set up Price of Carrier using Product Weight

In Sage X3, we may come across a scenario where we need a set price for carrier price. For this, Sage provides an inbuilt functionality. Navigate to: BP → Carrier → Controls Here fixed amount is set as per the weight criteria. Now create a delivery with the same carrier. The carrier pricing will be… Read More »