Recently someone asked me if it is possible to programmatically access information from notes and add them on a page or report, so I thought, why not blog about it?
The first thing you should know is that notes are saved in the table: “Record Link“:
Source : Think about IT
I know you all started working with AL development and extension. As you are converting your product or customization every time need to deal with base application code as during C/AL days you already added business logic in required codeunits,tables,pages etc.
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I think we all like the Zooming in the classic client and the Help/ About This Page in the Role Tailored client. This extension I created can be easily added to any page that displays records from the database and it will show all fields included in the source table. The source code is available on Github.
Bron : Marcellus’ Blog
In this blog, I will be giving the procedure to save the selected Posted Sales Invoice as a PDF document in a particular mentioned path. Any record which has a related report can be saved as a PDF document.
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In the Stock Exchange Bookkeeping App I wanted to be able to attach multiple files (ex: PDFs) to BVB Entries.
The attachments are files received from the brokerage firm and they refer to a transaction. For example, if I buy 1 stock, I will have 3 BVB Entries with the same Transaction Number. If I attach files, they will be linked to the Transaction Number and visible as below, in a Factbox, for all BVB Entries with the same Transaction Number:
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In newer Nav versions the tables overview in development environment/database information has gone. So how to get that list back ?
Bron : Archer’s NAV Blog
What do you think about temporary records and transaction scopes?
Most of developers think temporary records are managed as transactions, but it’s not.
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