Sometimes you have to update a posted document because information that is relevant to the document has changed. On a posted sales document, this can be the shipping agent’s package tracking number, for example. On a posted purchase document, this can be a payment reference text.
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Make documents visible in NAV/BC
With the move to webclient-only Microsoft enables alot of new possibilities. Today we want to take a look on how we can make documents visible to the user without downloading them. Every browser is able to show documents like PDFs directly without any special libary. We can use this and just using a .
Documenting your Business Central (custom) APIs with OpenAPI / Swagger
For reasons that are not too important, I am trying to find a way to “describe my custom APIs”. You know. You’re at a project, you had to implement an integration with a 3rd party application, and you develop some custom APIs for it. When done, you have to communicate this to the 3rd party for them to implement the integration, so you need to pass the documentation, and kind of help through “how to use Business Central APIs”, and a description of the responses, requests and possibilities you have with “typical” Business Central APIs.
Document Attachment on Custom Functionality in Business Central
While working on one of my projects I got a requirement to add Document Attachment base functionality to extension pages.
Let us understand this in detail. The customer was having an extended functionality in Business Central 14, Document Attachment was required to be added in custom Functionality so that the user could store attachments on Custom Functionality.
Dynamics 365 Business Central: Combine PDF Documents in Document Sending Profile
In this post, I want to share a new feature in Business Central, Combine PDF Documents in Document Sending Profile. As far as I know, this feature was released in the 17.1 version.
First, let’s look at where it is.
On the Document Sending Profile page, after setting Email to Yes, you can see this new field.
For example: Yes (Prompt for Settings)
Blog Series Part 8: Combine Sales Document and POST in AL for MSDYN365BC.
This will be the Final post of development in this Blog Series which will describe how can we post the lines created in the Insurance table and update the Insurance lines based on the posted document.
Blog Series Part 7: Creating Sales Document in AL for MSDYN365BC.
In this blog we will discuss about creating Auto Sales Document from the Data present in the Excel Sheet. We will create 2.6 Process as mentioned in the Customer Requirement for AL Development.