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Known Issues: 5.1.0
Known Issues: 5.1.0
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Written by Miles Dinsmore
Updated over a week ago

This page lists issues and bugs that Ample Organics has identified but has yet to fix as of the version 5.1.0 release in January 2020. Many of these issues will be resolved in subsequent releases.

Known Issues

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In the Add Product to Cart modal in the Orders module, Dried THC Equivalence and Dried CBD Equivalence values are missing from all product types that have their potency result set from the Client Sales Setup tab in the SKU's Profile. This is because these fields don't exist in the Client Sales Setup tab, and the software will have to pull the values from the lab report regardless of the user configured potency setting.

Affected product types are Extracts-Topicals (discrete), Edibles-Solids (non-discrete), Edibles-Solids (discrete), Edibles-Non Solids (non-discrete), Edibles-Non Solids (discrete), and Extracts-Other (non-discrete).


In the Products module, a user can move a Packaging Run to any other SKU, regardless of each SKU's product type. This should not be allowed; users should only be allowed to move Packaging Runs between SKUs of the same product type.


Archived SKUs still display in the products listing in both the Client Portal and the Orders module.


The Destruction Report PDFs in previously closed/destroyed Destruction Lots are not displaying data values in the Seeds (#) column. This is because these values are saved when the lot is closed/destroyed, and the PDF did not collect this data prior to version 5.1.0.


Lab potencies for Extracts-Ingested (discrete) lab reports created before Skunk Haze (5.0.0) and 5.1.0 are not displaying properly on the Overview tab in the SKU Profile when the SKU's potency setting is set to "Display from Lab Report".


CTLS report columns that track "Unpackaged - Pure Intermediates - Quantity Processed" will not populate properly if a Pure Intermediates Bulk Lot is used as an input for a Work Order that has two or more output Bulk Lots of different types. This use case should not come up often, but be advised that until this issue is rectified, each Work Order that use Pure Intermediates as an input should only output to one type of Bulk Lot.

For more information on version 5.1.0, visit the 5.1.0 Release Notes and 5.1.0 Release Guide.

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