Bug Fixes Included in 10.0.16 Update of Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management

By Michael McCardle | February 19, 2021

The 2021 release wave 1 of Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management has features available for public preview starting in February, with the majority of all features generally available in April 2021. Subscribe to our blog to receive information on the new features available in the release directly to your inbox.

While all features are tested thoroughly prior to release, there are bugs that make their way into the system. With the ongoing monthly updates, these bugs are addressed and removed. The 10.0.16 update of Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management includes bug fixes in the following areas:

  • Commerce
  • Cost management
  • Data management
  • Deployment and servicing
  • Development tools
  • Enterprise asset management
  • Financial management
  • Inventory management
  • Localization and regulatory features
  • Master planning
  • Organization administration
  • Procurement and sourcing
  • Product information management
  • Production and shop floor
  • Project management and accounting
  • Retail
  • Runtime
  • Sales and marketing
  • Service management
  • Travel and expense
  • User interface
  • Warehouse and transportation management

These fixes will automatically be applied to your system during your update. You can access a list of all bug fixes here
D365-Finance-Supply-Chain-10.0.16-Release-Notes.xlsx (194 downloads)

, along with descriptions for each.

With updates to the system taking place nearly every month, it’s important that you develop a regression testing strategy in order to ensure system updates do not cause any issues with your existing processes. Regressions occur when new code interferes with or breaks your existing code. Microsoft regression tests their updates before they are released, so you usually do not have to worry about testing every new feature they release. In the case of One Version updates, the areas most prone to regressions include customizations and integrations, but you may also choose to regression test areas of medium-high importance to your business even if they are not customized. Read more about developing a testing strategy for D365 Finance and Supply Chain.

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