OmniBlocks® 1.93 Release Notes

Uploads: Many New Upload “Spots”

Throughout the OmniBlocks® workflow, several upload locations have been added.

Example of multi-upload location in Production Module -> QC Upload Column -> Add/View Uploads
  • Inventory Module
    • Order Inventory -> “Order Form” Uploads
    • Receive Inventory -> “Additional Attachments” Uploads
  • Production Module
    • QC Upload column -> Add/View uploads
  • MMR Module
    • QC Upload column -> Add/View uploads
  • Sales Order Module
    • Add/Edit Sales Order -> “Customer” Section -> “Customer PO” Uploads
    • Add/Edit Sales Order -> “Notes” Section -> “Additional Attachments” Uploads
    • Complete Tab -> Plan a Shipment -> “BoL” (Bill of Lading) Uploads
  • Suppliers Module
    • Supplier Verification column -> Add/View uploads
  • Users Module
    • Training column -> Add/View uploads

Uploads: View/Download

Hover over an upload to see the “eye” icon. Clicking this icon will open a full-view of the upload in another tab. In this separate tab, an upload can be fully viewed or downloaded.

Uploads: Comprehensive View of Uploads in Statements

When a record completes its OmniBlocks® lifecycle and settle in Statements, all of the uploads associated with that record will be aggregated in Statements for easy view/audit.

For example, in Statements -> Shipments, click “Add/View Uploads” for any shipment to see all uploads associated with that shipment (and its parent Sales Order record).

Comprehensive uploads panel in Statements -> Shipments -> Attachments column -> Add/View Uploads
Comprehensive uploads panel in Statements -> Archived Inventory -> Attachments column -> Add/View Uploads. Hovering over the (i) shows more details.

Uploads: Audit Logging

Generally speaking, the audit log for a given record will show who added (and, where possible, who removed) any uploads related to that record.

Batch Record Audit Log showcasing upload event logging.

Customer Portal: Selective Access to Manufacturer SKUs

Manufacturers can now select a customer for any given SKU (Catalog Item in the Inventory module).

Customer field on Add/Edit SKU (Catalog Item) page

If the selected customer has an activated Customer Portal account, they will be able to set details for the associated TruInsights® product page. This is achieved via the new SKUs table in the Customer Portal. More on this below.

Customer Portal: Manage TruInsights® Product Display

There is a new SKUs table for Customer Portal users.

View/Edit Display Details button on new Customer Portal SKUs table

A logged in Customer can click ‘View/Edit’ to open a page for editing product display details.

Descriptions and Product Images set in the Customer Portal will be reflected in the associated TruInsights® product page. If a valid redirect URL is provided, the associated TruInsights® product page will redirect to that URL.

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