Recently, we have been going through upgrading our 65 apps to the newest release (v17). You might wonder: upgrade? Wasn’t this supposed to be seemless?
Well, let me explain what we did, how we handle stuff internally – and then maybe it does make sense to you why we take the steps we took for upgrades like this.
Source : Waldo’s Blog
Business Central Workflows with Power Automate integration
Workflows in Business Central can be managed in two ways:
– Native mode
– Via Power Automate
Source : Roberto Stefanetti Blog
Manual processing, especially when it comes to purchase orders can become quite tedious when there are many transactions to process, but it need not be with a Purchase Order Approval Workflow. Enable your organisation to structure governance policies into workflows, so that payments at a certain nominal level are approved, but require further approval once they go over a certain threshold.
Source : Evolution Business Systems
A workflow is an easy way to connect business processes to the best industry practices. This functionality is available in Dynamics NAV 2016 and later, as well as Dynamics Business Central. The workflow module provides a platform to build instructions for automated commands. This functionality is for automating processes such as email, notifications, and approvals.
Source : ArcherPoint
A while ago I wrote about our Extension Design Principles. In it I discussed various ways to interface between extensions without having to take dependencies. One of these interface methods was the workflows Business Central is equipped with.
Because you can configure these workflows at run-time you can configure Workflow Events and responses from different extensions.
Bron : Red and Bundle
Defined as a sequence of steps completed to achieve a common goal, Workflows in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 can be used to streamline business tasks and automate the outcomes of those tasks.
Bron : ArcherPoint
Hi folks! I’m back with Part 2 of how to create custom approval workflow in Dynamics NAV. An overview of Part 1, we created an Event Publisher then we created function for sending approval then for approval, for reject and delegate. Part 2- Now we will continue with how to add these event functions to the library.
Bron : Chris D’silva’s Blog