Copy-paste of code is an integrated part of any developer’s daily work routine, but what’s the right way for copying Business Central code? Here’s my opinion:
With the release of Business Central Wave 1 2020 new feature added to copy the general journal to posted general journal.
As you aware that whenever you post the journal entry the entries get deleted after posted the transaction. Now whenever accountant need to reverse the entries then they need to enter the same entries again with opposite sign.
MSD365 Business Central has many time-saving features, including the Copy Items feature. This video shows you how to quickly copy an inventory item and include or exclude as many attributes as you need – including dimensions, image, description, and much more. You can then quickly edit with changes you require, without having to setup a new item from scratch.
Two years ago I blogged about a method to export all the M code for all of your queries in Power Query using the Send A Frown button – useful if you need the code for documentation purposes. This trick doesn’t work with Power BI Desktop, unfortunately, but the good news is that there’s a better way to do this now in Power Query and Power BI Desktop using copy/paste.