Category Archives: D365 Business Central
Introduction: The requirement is explained in the Scenario below: Scenario: A Custom page called Collection Module-Per User has details of Customers Transaction. This Collection Per User page is a List page. The User will select the line and Click on Notes. Notes will written and saved. The user will Click on the Action button Send … Continue reading How to send Notes to the Customer from a Custom Page using an Action button in Dynamics NAV
Introduction: In this article, we will walk through steps on how to authenticate Business Central API using Basic Authentication in Postman Pre-Requisite: Business Central account Business Central API Basic authentication in Postman: In Postman, make a GET request to Business Central base API URL. Base URL: https://api.businesscentral.dynamics.com/v1.0/api/beta For using Basic Authentication, we need to add … Continue reading Explore Business Central API through Postman using Basic Authentication
Introduction: What is Positive Pay Export and Why it’s used? Positive Pay Export is a file that is given to the bank to verify the Cheques that have been printed. Whenever the company wants to issue any payment to Customer or a Vendor, it is done with the help of Payment Journals. After creation of Payment Journal … Continue reading Setup Positive Pay Export
Scenario: On Customer Master page, an action button is created called Email customer, on click of the action button, an email has to be sent to the respective customer with attachment of the invoices in a .pdf format. Here, the report is saves as .pdf file. This report has a request page where Start Date … Continue reading How to Send Mail with attachment using Streams for reports with request page in Dynamics NAV
Intoduction: The requirement was such that, based on a condition certain lines should appear in Red.This can be done by using page control Style Property. The Style property has ten values that apply different formats to field text as below: Value Format Standard Standard StandardAccent Blue Strong Bold StrongAccent Blue + Bold Attention Red + Italic AttentionAccent Blue … Continue reading How to change the font colour of a List page based on a condition in Dynamics NAV
Introduction: The requirement was such that , the user will select a line in the subform. The subform has fields like the Customer ID, Customer Name, and a field Recieved Crates. On click of the action button in the Main form, a page opens which contains the details of the selected line in the subform … Continue reading How to update the selected line in the Subform on click of an action button in the Mainform in NAV
Introduction: Scenario- The requirement was such that on click of the action button a payment transaction is done. The time at which transaction was done is stored in the database. A restriction shouldto be applied to disallow the customer to make payment for the same amount till a certain time E.g. A transaction was done … Continue reading How to restrict an action button based on time in Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Objective: This blog demonstrates how to get the source code of the extension app installed in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central. Pre-requisite: Docker Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on Container Nav-Container Helper Module installed in Powershell Demonstration: 1. List the Docker Container: Command: docker ps 2. Entering the Container: Command: Enter-NavContainer <Container Name> 3. List all directories in … Continue reading Getting the source code of the .app extension in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central
Introduction: The much awaited Dynamics 365 Business Central officially released on 2 April 2018. We are often used to creating virtual machines and setting up Microsoft Dynamics NAV but D365 Business Central doesn’t require a VM, we can set it up on Azure and use it locally. Pre-requisites: Microsoft Azure Licence File Steps: 1. Create … Continue reading How to setup D365 Business Central?
Introduction: This blog demonstrates how to modify the non-key fields with respect to the key fields. Pre-requisites: NAV 2017 Demonstration: Generally, when modifying the records, the syntax used is Record.FieldName := New_Value; Record.MODIFY(TRUE); In order to do modify the Key fields of the table, we need to know the order in which the keys are … Continue reading Modifying the Primary keys of records in NAV
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