How to Use Date Functions in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises

There are various places throughout Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central where you can enter dates in fields. In fact, a good deal of data in the application is linked to dates. For example, in a sales order, you can set the shipment date. When filtering lists or report data, you can enter dates and times to pinpoint only the data you want to see. If you look at a sales order, an invoice. or a credit memo, there are document dates, posting dates, and date of entry.

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How to fetch data in Part type page using a Query in NAV?

First question is why query? Lets see the advantage of queries.
1.First you can limit the amount of data you retrieve from the server by defining only the specific columns you need
2.You can join multiple tables into one query saving loop code pattern.
3.They are also light weight than Table Queries.

Below is the article which gives step wise procedure how to fetch data using a query and how to link it to a part page

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Interface extensions with workflows

A while ago I wrote about our Extension Design Principles. In it I discussed various ways to interface between extensions without having to take dependencies. One of these interface methods was the workflows Business Central is equipped with.

Because you can configure these workflows at run-time you can configure Workflow Events and responses from different extensions.

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Codeunits in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

In Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, there are a lot of codeunits already available. Every codeunit is a collection of different functions. If they are global functions, they can be called from within your own code. There are codeunits that help you work with XML data, help you with importing and exporting data, setting up number series, and so on.

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