In my previous post about deep inserts with Business Central APIs, I mentioned creating custom APIs that support deep inserts. I tried to create an example with Sales Header / Sales Line, but I gave up because I ran into too many issues. In this post I want to explain what you need for creating custom APIs that support deep inserts. I will do so with a simple Header & Line table example.
This is a G/L Entry Reconciliation functionality, same like ‘Apply entry’ in other modules G/L entries can be applied to each other to close off to analysis the related/linked entries part amount or Multiple G/L Entries can also be applied i.e. 1 payment for multiple invoices
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Business Central how to invoke a Web Service from Powershell How-to re-call a WebService from Powershell (BC On-Premise) Scenario: We already have Web Services defined, with several fields calculated or recovering difficult management data (e.g. dimensions shortcuts etc.), the Web Services are ready and we want to reuse them.