In my blog post: How Do I : Create a Report, and layout, in VSCode? I explained the basics on how you can create a simple report for Business Central. In this post, and due to many requests, I will explain how you can get started to create a document report.
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.
Working with extensions, I face the same problems as everybody else. I feel that I’m limited in my work, not knowing what the other extensions are doing.
A year ago, I released the Extension Details that can help developers identify which object numbers and fields have been used by other developers.
Over the last year I have continued to develop the extension details solution to help me, and maybe it can help others too.
Today in this post we will discuss about Notification and how to implement.
First let us see, what are Notifications?
•Differs from the message initiated by the MESSAGE method.
•You can specify up to 4 actions
•User can ignore and continue to work, doesn’t lock the user for immediate response.
•Works with any client