This blog explains how to do grouping in the RDLC Report in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central or NAV. There are two steps involved: designing the data set and using the Report Builder to set the grouping.
As we use Docker containers internally to quickly spin up environments for reproducing bugs, delivering fixes on older releases or quickly test our application, we needed a way to easily grant access to a specific Active Directory user group. When starting a container, we want the following actions to be taken:
Workflow user group is a group of users under one group title in Workflows with the users’ number in a process sequence such as an approver chain.
To define an approval request to be not approved until multiple approvers in a approval chain have approved it, set up approvers with incremental sequence number.
As you already might know, in the purchase/sales posting routines from NAV an additional temporary table Invoice Posting Buffer is used to group invoice lines by the fields specified in the Primary Key of Invoice Posting Buffer table (TAB 49) and then Post only 1 G/L Entry for each group of purchase/sales lines.
To help companies maintain an overview of their items and to help them sort and find items, it is useful to assign item attributes to items and to organize them in item categories. When customers inquire about an item, either in correspondence or through a web shop, they can then ask or search according to attributes, such as height and model year. In such a system, a category is a parent in a hierarchy of loosely coupled child attributes.