What's new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition 7.3

    This topic describes features that are either new or changed in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition 7.3. This version was released in December 2017 and has a build number of 7.3.11971.56116.

    To learn more about the new features and changes in all of the latest product releases, see What’s new or changed and What's new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Retail.

    Go to the Dynamics 365 Roadmap to find supplemental information about new features and learn more about what new features are in development.

    Demand forecast entries data entity enabled for Data management framework

    Data management framework (DMF) is now enabled for the Demand forecast entries data entity (ForecastDemandForecastEntryEntity), which makes it possible to integrate with third-party systems.

    In addition, each demand forecast entry is uniquely identified by a sequence number (entity field ForecastEntryNumber). For all integrations consider this unique identifier, even if it doesn’t exist in the source or third-party system.

    Demo data in data packages

    Demo data has been delivered in prior releases as a database with a large number of companies. In addition to that database, we also create data packages using the demo data companies so that you can load your demo data on an empty environment using the data management framework. These data packages will be delivered, for a specific release, as assets in the global shared assets library in Lifecycle Services (LCS). Instructions for loading the data packages will also be provided.

    The data packages are similar but not identical to existing demo companies and may change over time. The packages are very small and provide a quick way to download the demo data and modify it before you import it into an environment. We will continue to add additional demo data for more companies and module functionality in the future.

    Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations integration – Phase 1 (private preview)

    The first phase of the integration from Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is now available in private preview.

    The Project Service Automation to Finance and Operations integration solution uses Data Integration to synchronize data across Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation instances via the Common Data Service (CDS). The integration templates available with the Data Integration feature enable the flow of projects, project contracts, and project contract lines from Project Service Automation to Finance and Operations.

    This solution provides direct synchronization in the following areas:

    • Maintain project contracts in Project Service Automation and sync them directly from Project Service Automation to Finance and Operations.

    • Create projects in Project Service Automation and sync them directly from Project Service Automation to Finance and Operations.

    • Maintain project contract lines in Project Service Automation and sync them directly from Project Service Automation to Finance and Operations.

    • Maintain project contract line milestones in Project Service Automation and sync them directly from Project Service Automation to Finance and Operations.

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