Using partial records in Business Central (SetLoadFields)

Business Central allows us to set or select the fields that will be initially loaded when the record is retrieved from its data source, improving the performance of objects such as OData pages and reports, and particularly beneficial when using table extensions in the application.

Source : Ivan Singleton
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Partial Records: Part 1

Previously on this blog the Record type was presented and explored. In that post it was pointed out that the Record type and its accompanying API is large enough to warrant Directions sessions (and blog posts) for merely subsets of it. That was written with great confidence since I did so in our technical presentation on Partial Records at Directions.

Source : BC Internals
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Create Production Order from Sales Order for Partial Quantity

Most of us know that you can create production orders from sales orders in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. When doing this the production orders are reserved against the sales order lines and they also inherits the dimensions from the sales order lines. The quantity on the production orders equals the base quantity on the sales order lines and the due dates of the production orders becomes the shipment dates backdated by the default safety lead time defined in the manufacturing setup.

Bron : Olof Simren
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