Tables are the foundation of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. They are essential for organizing and storing data. There are different types for different purposes. In this guide, you will learn how to create 5 of the most common tables. Along with their pages and the most important properties.
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Today I would like to talk about an interesting method in Business Central customization, how to get fields in the keys of the table.
As you might know, in AL, a key definition is a sequence of one or more field IDs from a table. You can define keys in table objects and table extension objects, depending on the type of key. There are two types of keys: primary and secondary.