Do you love reports? Personally, NO! 🙂 But that is, as a Business Central developer I think that sometimes (forced or not) you need to work with reports in your solutions.
As a quick recap, in Dynamics 365 Business Central a report layout controls content and format of the report, including which data fields of a report dataset appear on the report and how they are arranged, text style, images, and more.
Source : Stefano Demiliani
In this video, I show an old favorite, the Excel Buffer. A great way to get data into Business Central. I create a few handy extra functions to make the experience nicer.
Source : Hougaard.com
Import to Excel Data Report in Business Central
Source : MADHDA
In this blog we will focus on developing the XML port and Adding action to the page to Import Data.
We will be developing the XMLPort to import below mentioned format in the Table.
Source : Divyesh Chitte
Since C/Side has gone forever, when installing Business Central on Premises you might wonder how to import or upload a license (flf) file into the service tier.
Well the solution is very simple.
Source : Think about IT
My last post was about how I got the customized data out of the tenant database into Xml files. That tenant database was from a NAV 2016 application.
I have updated the tenant database to Business Central and I need to bring in some of the data from these Xml files.
Source : Gunnar’s blog
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can import CSV files. It’s done with the wrongly named XMLPort (at least for this purpose) objects. The challenge is to get the indentions right, so here is a barebone XMLPort object that will read a CSV file.
Bron : Hougaard,com