If you have been following me at all for the past months you will already know that at The Learning Network, we have been busy creating our first extensions. We have had our first extension in production since June and the grand total is now at eight, and several more in the works
Extensions make it easy and convenient to create customizations in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central without interfering with the way the base code operates or affecting future upgrades. This blog demonstrates how to use Extensions for adding fields to the Customer table, using the AL programming language.
Recurring Journal: to post regular transactions with minimal or no changes.
The following are some features, conditions or settings for recurring journal.
• Feature for allocating single entry to multiple general ledger accounts when posting based on quantity, fixed rate or allocation percentage
• Reversing journal can also be created using recurring journals such as accrual journals that are reversed in the following month
• Contains special fields for managing recurring entries
• Balancing field not available on journal line
• Journal lines remains after posting
• Not allow future date posting
While Power BI has a lot of great functionality for filtering the data that appears in a visual using visual-level filters there are going to be situations where you need more control over how filtering works, and in this blog post I’m going to show you how you can use visual-level filters and measures in combination to achieve this. The example I show here may be quite specific but I think the general technique has a lot of other interesting applications.