Up until the release of Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, there were two options available in the Item Card’s Type field: Inventory and Service. Setting an Item Card as Type: Service disables all inventory functionality, thus converting the Item Card to function exclusively as a revenue/expense record. Please reference this previous ArcherPoint blog on item-type non-stock items for more information:
Users of Dynamics NAV often requested the ability to set a purchasing code default on the item card record. We have good news: Microsoft Business Central has this useful functionality! View this brief video to see this easy-to-use feature that will save your order entry personnel time every day.
A few months ago my esteemed colleague Patrick LeBlanc published a great video showing how you could use Power Automate (formerly known as Microsoft Flow) to send an email when a Power BI alert is triggered. This post is going to cover almost the same ground, except that I’m going to show you how to send an alert to a user via Teams and instead of dynamically generating text for the message I’m going to use an Adaptive Card to format the alert data.
This article specifies how to add a group called ‘Quality’ in the Item Card Page using VS Code in NAV 2017. The requirement to add this group is to have all the quality related parameters for a particular item. Based on these parameters, when and what test needs to be done is decided. Quality play a very important role in case of a pharmaceutical company and these changes are done keeping in mind the pharmaceutical process.
As a standard function in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, the Selling Unit of Measure on the Item Card will determine the quantity of the individual component items produced and included in that UOM sold on the Sales Order Line. In some applications, the use of CASE as the UOM throughout the process is all that is required for production output, when the component items are all consumed in that CASE output. Here is a simple example of the process.
Do you recognize that? That moment you think ‘I should have known that earlier’. Well, for me this was such a moment, as I realized that something that allegedly wasn’t possible since we said goodbye to the Classic Client, proved to be possible but in a different way…