Multiple selections uses the information displayed on your current screen. If you use the Search button, you navigate away from your previous screen.
This can be verified by the fact that if you press your browser’s Back button it takes you back to the very screen before you clicked Search button.
That’s why multiple selections for batch view resets to nothing after you update your search – because you navigated away from your previous selection and the Batch View button in your current screen knows absolutely nothing about your previous selection.
There are other ways around this limitation – thankfully, as you can view more items, sort your table and this will make the selection much easier.
However, I’m really curious though as to why you want to view together random documents from different financial periods? This doesn’t seem like something anyone would do on a frequent basis!
Yes, you are right here. Manager in essence is a web application that can run on desktops but uses a browser to function. There are also many advantages to this, multi-platform being the most important.
we need this function when customer demand different bill copy like 15 bill which is different number and date
so in this way we can select by search it batch view and create pdf and sent him .
but is not do this
But the bills are from 4 different customers accross 3 years. I would argue that less than 1% of the users would ever come accross this situation once. That’s an outside edge case and it’s unlikely to be catered to.
Anyway, if you say that it’s a single customer then it’s easy:
Go to Customers tab and find your customer
Click on link on the number of invoices
Set pagination to maximum
You can then select all that customer’s invoices in a single shot.