This release is scheduled to go live on the evening of May 19, 2017 Pacific Time.
Postman collection for the Sage Intacct XML API
Do you like the Web Services test tool? If so, you will love Postman. If you aren’t familiar, Postman is a popular API test tool that lets you send HTTP requests to a server and review the responses. Sage Intacct is now providing a Postman collection that you can modify and use to make your XML API calls. You can import this collection into Postman, then easily configure Postman with environments for your Sage Intacct companies.
See Your First XML API Calls to get started.
Note: Google is ending support for Chrome packaged apps, such as the Sage Intacct test tool, which is a good reason to try out Postman now.
New SDK for .NET
A developer preview of the Sage Intacct SDK for .NET is now available. You can interact with the Web Services gateway using C# objects—you no longer need to work directly with the underlying XML API.
More Smart Rules and Smart Events in Customization Services
Smart rules and smart events are now supported for roles and user groups in the Sage Intacct UI.
New contracts and revenue management API documentation
API documentation for contracts and revenue management is now available.
Web Services schema changes
Notable features related to schema changes are highlighted below.
Audit trail logs for standard objects
A new getAuditTrail function lets you list the audit trail logs for standard objects.
New read-only fields on order entry objects in Inventory Control
The following read-only fields are now available on Order Entry transactions:
| ||User ID for the user that executed the delivery.|
| ||Timestamp for the last time the document was delivered (printed or emailed).|
| ||Record number for the user that executed the delivery.|
Exchange rate date and type for same currency transactions
In both AP and AR, the
EXCH_RATE_TYPE_ID fields on currency transactions for the same currency will now be nulled out (they are not relevant anyway).
Source Line Key
You can now specify the source line key of an existing Purchasing transaction from which to convert. Specifically,
sourcelinekey was added to the
potransitem used by the