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in Dynamics AX 2012 R3 it was possible to define the account structure for every budget plan lines. However, this seems to be no longer possible in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.
Do you know if this is still possible in 365? Is there any other way to achieve the same result?
Thank you in advance.
Hi, the sentence "it was possible to define the account structure for every budget plan lines" is a bit dizzy.
Not sure if it is what you meant, but it has never been possible to use multiple account structures in the Budget planning - neither in AX 2012 R3 nor in D365FO. The parameter allows for one account structure, and only one.
Please clean your tags a bit. There seems no relationship to retail, bi, etc.
Just selecting all available tags messes up things here.
About your issue:
Why would you need a separate account structure for every budget plan line?
Can you elaborate?
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