Lets take a deep dive into AL and consider customer requirement.We will develop the functionality using Vs Code as an Extension for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.Lets consider this example as this capture all object types.
I usually post my NAV TechDays demo stuff for you to use and abuse, and this year won’t be an exception. There are three changes, to previous years, specially the last year. First, you won’t need to wait until New Year’s Eve for me to post my stuff. Second, I’ll blog each of the demos individually, because of the third reason. Third, I don’t want to merely dump my code here with a big fat disclaimer; no – I’ll dump it with a big fat disclaimer and some explanations about what the code does and why.
The web client in Dynamics NAV comes with any installation of Dynamics NAV 2013. It therefore seemes obvious to utilize it for creating a customer portal, enabling the customers to log on to our Dynamics NAV to maintain certain data in your database and enter orders directly into the system. Don’t worry that a solution like this would be to expensive due of all all the extra users that need to acquired to the license, because this is why Dynamics NAV provides external users.
If you’re using a RoleTailored version of NAV, i.e., 2009 RTC or newer, you have likely come across the My Customers, My Vendors, or My Items lists on your Role Center page (your NAV home page). Depending on the Profile assigned to you, you may have one or all of these available to show on your Role Center.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 is released about one month and we could see a lot of different new features. One of the small but amazing news is possibility to add different report layouts per each customer. This was one of very often requirement in implementation process and finally we can use it.