I got one request on topic from one of my customer cum blog follower, case study is as follows:
a) Will update Qty to Ship on document using Web Service from other application
b) Update Tracking Line for the Shipment using Web Service from other application
c) Post the Shipment using Web Service from other application
Source : KSD Consultancy
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.
Source : Ammolh Saallvi Blog
This blog may seem very narrow-focused, but here we will use tricks that could be widely used. Assume you want to add a new option to the Sales or Purchase Line Type. This approach will work the same for both, so let’s say Purchase Line Type.
Source : Dmitry Katson
I don’t generally blog about data visualisation in Power BI because it’s not my strong point, and I don’t blog about maps and geospatial analysis because I know even less about that subject and there are people like David Eldersveld who cover it so well. I do like playing around with maps though and recently I’ve been having fun with the Icon Map custom visual developed by James Dales.
Source : Chris Webb’s BI Blog
Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, v15 has included a feature that many Microsoft Dynamics NAV customers have asked for over the years – the ability to copy the Description from the Purchase or Sales Invoice Lines to the Description field on the G/L Entry.
Source : ArcherPoint
The other day I discovered something new (at least to me) while writing the DAX for a measure in Power BI Desktop: when you insert a new line in your DAX expression using SHIFT-ENTER it also auto-indents the code. I asked a few people if this was new because I was sure I hadn’t seen it before, even though I always put line breaks in my code; of course Marco had and said he thought it had been around for a while
Bron : Chris Webb’s BI Blog
A business user came to me asking “how can I get a vertical line on Line Chart in Power BI like my Excel report?”. I was like, “It’s straightforward. We have this analytics pane which lets you add so many types of lines ? “. But, quite quickly I understood, I cannot draw a vertical line as we do in Excel or SSRS.
Bron : Encore