Today, I would like to continue talking about a very interesting topic, Double Click trigger in Business Central.
Let’s watch a test video first: Double click the Payment Term to display a message.
In Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central or Dynamics NAV, typical processes for updating the standard cost for a purchased item are as follows:
– For a new purchased item, the standard cost can be updated on the Item Card.
– For a purchased item that already has ledger entries, the revaluation journal is used to populate the entries and re-value the cost.
– For a manufactured item, the Standard Cost Worksheet is used.
There are a handful of concepts intricately connected and are an absolute must for understanding how inventory transaction flows throughout the system, what is affected and how the subledger is connected to the general ledger.
Posting an inventory transaction has three important pieces.
Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 Wave 1 (version 20) enhanced the integration with Onedrive for Business, the cloud storage service that is included in Microsoft 365. Business Central v20 makes now very easy to store, manage, and share files with other people through OneDrive with a set of predefined actions that you can have on some entities, for example Attachments:
Last week I have been exploring the Excel Layouts which are a brand new feature in Business Central version 20 (Wave 1 2022). I did not only watch the video from the Launching Event, but I also developed one of the reports. If you want to know what I think of it check below.