Once again, a new feature, as well as some bug fixes, have found their way to the e-conomic API.
In the new features department, cash book entries – as represented by the
ICashBookEntry class – now have an
Employee property. This effectively allows you to add per-employee costs to projects – just like you can already add time entries.
Additionally, two annoying bugs have been fixed:
When adding lines to a subscription, an exception is no longer thrown if no Department is specified (thanks to Claus Aaberg for reporting this in our API forum).
The recently-introduced new entry type ManualDebtorInvoice – allowing you to create customer invoice entries without creating actual invoices – can now be created with the
DueDate property set.
As a final note – please remember that we’re always more than interested in your comments, questions and suggestions in our API forum.