The Blob data type is one of the most useful types in Business Central. In this article, you will learn what it is and how to use it. From saving images to handling information, downloading data, and showing Blob content, this type is incredibly versatile.
Most Dynamics NAV and Business Central 365 solutions use file management functionality to work with external files (read, write, save, download files, etc.) However, when using C/AL, usually most of the file management functions are based on the file path from the local computer since the client’s local file system is available, unlike in Business Central (in Web Client, it is possible to work only with the file system on the server side).
Today I will show you how you can perform multiple operation on any file in Business central by accessing of Azure blob storage.
I going to work on some image file, where I will store those files into blob storage and after reading that file move that file into another folder and delete from the source folder.
In Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central we can use Media and MediaSet Data Types to store images, or other types of documents. In this post, you will learn how to use them, and how to create a process to import and export images. Also, you will learn the differences between them and blob types.
Last week I saw a question on the Business Central forum, how to export the Work Description in Sales Documents to excel?
As far as I know, Microsoft added this new field in Sales Documents since NAV 2017. It help users to add more details about Sales Quote or Sales Invoice.