The Known Issues for version 2016.3 were all fixed in 2017.1. The following are the Known Issues for 2016.3 and 2017.1.
Known Issues in 2016.3
ITS/55836 - Error deleting a client
When a client is deleted the system attempts to delete all the assets before deleting the client itself. But if a client has 2 or more assets with movements then this fails and the user sees an error 'The DELETE statement conflicted with the REFERENCE constraint "FK_AP_AssetMovement_Asset"....'
ITS/55837 - Print button shows a compressed grid of data
The report is squashed into the left half of the page instead of occupying the full page width. This affects the Print button on several screens: Asset Summary, Periods, Setup, Master Asset Classes, Asset Class.
The simplest workaround is to use the Excel button to output the data to Excel and to print from there. The Print button will be removed in version 2017.1.
Known Issues in 2017.1
ITS/56126 - The Fixed Asset Register should cope with gaps and overlaps in the Accounts Production accounting periods
Accounts Production can create both gaps and overlaps in its Accounts Period dates. You have to edit the dates in Accounts Production to remove the gaps and overlaps before you are able to get into the FAR.
- Gaps - These can arise when the year end is 28th February. If the year end is 28/02/2016, then, on rolling forward, the next year starts on 01/03/2016 creating a gap of one day.
- Overlaps - These can arise when you have a client with a short accounting period on UK GAAP and convert to FRS102. When you do this, Accounts Production creates a comparative FRS102 accounting period. But instead of using the dates of the short accounting period, it assumes the comparative period is a full year and this overlaps the previous year's UK GAAP period.
ITS/56255 - The link from Fixed Asset Register to Corporation Tax does not bring in any data for FRS105 clients
For 2017.1, a Schedule of Tangible Assets has been added to Accounts Production's FRS105 Management accounts. This allows asset balances to be brought into Corporation Tax from Accounts Production, but no additions or disposals are brought in from the FAR.