Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central has many helpful features for ERP users, and one of them is Batch Posting. Batch postings are a real time saver, and they’re easy to set up on both the Purchasing and Payables as well as Sales and Receivables sides of your business. Watch this brief video to see how to set up and use this time-saving, productivity enhancing feature in Business Central.
Prior to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, developers had to customize Dynamics NAV to disable posting negative inventory, but in NAV2013R2 Microsoft have starting offering this feature as standard. One can now set up so that outbound posting that brings inventory below zero is blocked. This can be set up per item or for all items. We can put a check mark in Prevent Negative Inventory field, which specifies if you can post transactions that will bring inventory levels below zero.
How many times has this happened to you? You think you have successfully closed out the year in Microsoft Dynamics NAV only to find out after the fact that there is a change you need to make? It is a common occurrence for Dynamics NAV users. In this installment of the Dynamics NAV Coffee Break, we’ll explain what happens when you post into a previously closed year in Dynamics NAV and how to make corrections as necessary. You’ll also see how to filter to find any updated corrections easily.
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.
How many times have you seen a transaction posted in Dynamics NAV that you just knew wasn’t right? Maybe the numbers looked off, or the date was wrong, or perhaps you are just curious who entered the transaction; or better yet, how to fix an entry to ensure accuracy. This short video will walk you through all of these tasks.