Tag: Business Central

Real things I’m asked: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central How to Import a Budget?

Q. What is the process for importing G/L Budgets into Business Central? A. A General Ledger (G/L) budget in Business Central is a financial plan that outlines projected income and expenses for a given period, typically the fiscal year. The Budget generally includes all company revenue, expense, capital, and indirect costs.Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central …

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July 2023 Cumulative Updates for Dynamics 365 Business Central

The July updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central are now available. Before applying the updates, you should confirm that your implementation is ready for the upgrade and ensure compatibility with your modifications. Work with a Microsoft Partner to determine if you are ready and what is needed for you to apply the update. Please note …

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June 2023 Cumulative Updates for Dynamics 365 Business Central

The June updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central are now available. Before applying the updates, you should confirm that your implementation is ready for the upgrade and ensure compatibility with your modifications. Work with a Microsoft Partner to determine if you are ready and what is needed for you to apply the update. Please note …

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central – Saved Views and a DateFormula

With Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, users can create and save personalized views of data in different lists and pages through the Saved Views feature. Saved Views allows users to filter, sort, and organize the data in a way that is relevant to their needs. By using Saved Views, users can improve their efficiency, productivity …

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central – Split Delimited Value in AL

In the AL language for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, the List Data Type represents a strongly typed list of ordered objects accessible by index. Lists are unbounded, meaning their dimension (size) is not specified when declared. A List can only be declared with simple types (Byte, Boolean, Char, Code, Date, DateFormula, DateTime, Decimal, Text, …

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central – Recurring Purchase Lines

Businesses often order the same products and/or services from a supplier. In the many years I have been implementing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, I have frequently been asked how to add default purchase lines (often as a default G/L Account modification) to purchase documents for a vendor. Fortunately, this feature is accessible through Business …

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central – Base64 Encoding and Decoding

Base64 is a group of binary-to-text encoding schemes representing binary data in an ASCII string format. Base64 data encoding is designed to survive transport through transport layers that are not 8-bit clean, such as mail bodies. Encoding the binary data to ASCII text helps ensure that the data remains intact without loss or modification during …

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May 2023 Cumulative Updates for Dynamics 365 Business Central and Microsoft Dynamics NAV

The May updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central are now available. Before applying the updates, you should confirm that your implementation is ready for the upgrade and ensure compatibility with your modifications. Work with a Microsoft Partner to determine if you are ready and what is needed for you to apply …

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Real Things I’m Asked – Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Copy Document

I am asked many questions about Business Central on any given day. The questions vary and cover various topics, from development to administration to integration to general application use, to name a few. I want to post them all, but that is not feasible; From time to time, I pick one to write about. Q. …

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central – AL Region Directive

In the AL programming language, region directives are used to organize code to a specific region or section of code. Regions can help developers keep track of and manage the code for different parts of an application. The Region Directives also mark a block of code that you can expand or collapse, which is helpful …

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