Category Archives: D365 Business Central
Introduction: Refunding a transaction is an everyday occurrence in Retail. LS Central provides us with the functionality to initiate the refund of a transaction by simply scanning one barcode! In this blog, we will be looking at how to configure this feature. References: https://help.lsnav100.lsretail.com/Content/LS%20Retail/POS/Hardware/Printing%20Receipt%20Barcodes.htm Pre-requisites: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central LS Central Configuration: From Business … Continue reading Configuring Barcodes on POS Receipts
Introduction LS Central allows us to use HTML content on the POS which includes both Text and Images. Users can add extra information related to the Items here which can assist in the POS Users to make the sales much more efficiently. In this blog, I’ll be demonstrating how to configure the same. References https://help.lscentral.lsretail.com/Content/Fields/T_10001411.htm … Continue reading Using Web Content on POS
Introduction: Business Central provides you the feature to export the data in Excel in General Ledger entries, Customer Ledger entries, etc. But we can export data in a text file. In this blog, we will see how we can export data in the form of a text file. Steps to achieve the goal: Create a … Continue reading How to Export Text file from Business Central?
Introduction POS Receipts are generated after every transaction that occurs on POS. The default receipt provided by LS Central is generally sufficient but as is in all things there are always exceptions. There are two approaches we can use to modify the POS Receipts and we are going to see them both. This is the … Continue reading Customizing POS Receipt Layout
Introduction: In the previous Blog, we saw how to configure the Schedule Job Header, this time we will configure the Sub-jobs. In Sub-jobs, we can define the Table structures to be followed, Tables the Data is supposed to be sent to, filters, replication counter fields and so on. References: Repl. Counter Interval, Scheduler Subjob (lsretail.com) … Continue reading Configuring Scheduled Jobs – Part II
Introduction: One of the scenarios where you want the Person A approval request should be approved by Person B and Person B approval request should be approved by Person A. How to achieve this goal: Go to Workflows page I want to create a Purchase Order Approval Workflow from Templates. Go to New-> New Workflow … Continue reading How can you set one on one approval workflow in Business Central?
Introduction: While doing some customization testing, which revolved around using different dates, I realized that once the date is switched back to the correct date, I was unable to connect to Business Central. I restarted the server instance, IIS, SQL Server services to no avail. Prerequisite: Business Central On-Premise setup with Web Server and SSL. … Continue reading Login Error in BC after changing Server Date
Introduction: Tags are small pieces of Information that we can display on the POS. This information may be a field from a table or just some text. If we are using a field from some table, it is necessary that, the table can be referenced using only the fields available in the current “POS Transaction” … Continue reading Using POS Tags in LS Central
Introduction: There must be a requirement from client where they want to send different documents using different email accounts.It is possible using Email setup. Steps to achieve the goal: Go to Set up Email -> Click on Next Business Central gives you an option to choose the account type. I am going to use Microsoft … Continue reading How to use multiple email account to send different documents using Email Setup.
Introduction: In this blog, we will be seeing Scheduled Job configuration for Data Replication using Data Director. Scheduled Jobs comprise of two parts: the Job Header and Sub-jobs. In the Job Header, we define different parameters for the Jobs like, Error Handling, To and From Locations, Compression Types, Scheduling details and the sub-jobs. In the … Continue reading Configuring Scheduled Jobs – Part I