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How to Add Workflow form for D365 finance and Operation modules

In D365 Finance and Operation for some modules, there is no Workflow setup. eg:- Inventory management module. In such a case, we need to perform the following steps after which you can see the workflow setup form which will include all the workflows for that specific module. First, we need to add the Display menu … Continue reading How to Add Workflow form for D365 finance and Operation modules

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Overview of Modern POS with Retail Store Scale Unit (RSSU)

Retail Store Scale Unit allows retailers to sell products within store locations that have internet connectivity issues, where it fails to connect with headquarters (HQ). Retail Store Scale Unit support both Modern POS and Cloud POS within the store. MPOS with Retail Store Scale Unit allows users to perform cross-terminal scenarios across multiple POS devices, … Continue reading Overview of Modern POS with Retail Store Scale Unit (RSSU)

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Move database from sandbox to development in D365 Finance and Operations

Hello, In this blog I am going to demonstrate how to move database from sandbox to development environment. In some cases, there might be a situation where you need to debug the code with production data. For this, first we need to move database from production to sandbox with refresh database  in LCS as shown … Continue reading Move database from sandbox to development in D365 Finance and Operations

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Model import and export in D365 Finance and Operations using Powershell

When we want to move customization done on specific model from one environment to other development environment we need to export and import the model file. Steps for model import and export using PowerShell :- Open PowerShell in administrator mode. Change directory to the path of package bin folder. Export command:-.\ModelUtil.exe -export -metadatastorepath=C:\AOSService\PackagesLocalDirectory -modelname=”name of … Continue reading Model import and export in D365 Finance and Operations using Powershell

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