Use the String Function in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises

This blog provides a step-by-step guide to using the String function in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central for customizations. Open Visual Studio. Create a Code unit for the string function.Figure 1 – Creating a code unit for the String Function in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central Create a page extension. Figure 2 – Creating a page extension… Continue reading Use the String Function in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises

Using the AL Keyword in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises

If you’re new to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises, you need to know how to easily customize it. This blog provides step-by-step instructions on how to use AL Keywords in a code unit in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. In this blog, you’ll learn how to do customizations using MAXSTRLEN keywords. Open Visual Studio.… Continue reading Using the AL Keyword in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises

Microsoft Dynamics Business Central or NAV: Creating a Customer Requirement

This blog explains how to create a simple Customer Requirement in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central or NAV. Requirements are: Add a new Table and Page Designation containing three fields: Code, Description and Disabled Add a new Field in the Resource table, Designation Code The user should be able to select the Designation Code in the Resource… Continue reading Microsoft Dynamics Business Central or NAV: Creating a Customer Requirement

Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises Using Page Types

Pages allow the user to interact with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Pages can be displayed on multiple display targets, like computers, tablets, and smart phones. A page can be linked to a source table or not. If they are not linked to a source table, they are either Role Center Pages or blank pages.… Continue reading Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises Using Page Types

Creating a List Report in Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Business Central On Premises

This blog explains how to create a simple list report (non-processing only) in Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Business Central On Premises, based on the Customer table. This example will include the following requirements: Add the Report columns:  No., Name, City, Balance Provide request fields on the report: No., Sales Person Code Exclude the customers with Balance… Continue reading Creating a List Report in Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Business Central On Premises

Working with Multiple AL Projects in One Workspace Using Visual Studio Code in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises

If you’re new to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises, you need to know how to easily customize it. In this blog, you’ll learn how you can work with multiple AL projects in one Visual Studio Code editor in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises. Create a new AL extension using view -> Command palette… Continue reading Working with Multiple AL Projects in One Workspace Using Visual Studio Code in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises

Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on Premises Using Tables and Table Types

In Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, there is a table where customer information is stored. In addition, there is a table for vendor data, a table for item data, and so on. Tables let you organize and structure the data within your solution. There are different types of tables based on their technical implementation as… Continue reading Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on Premises Using Tables and Table Types

Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises Using AL Keywords

If you’re new to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises, you need to know how to easily customize it. In this blog, you’ll learn how to perform customizations using AL Keywords, including the terms CONFIRM, TESTFIELD, and COPYARRAY, making it easy and fast. Using the CONFIRM Keyword When you write code in Application Language (AL),… Continue reading Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises Using AL Keywords

Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises using AL Code Functions

If you’re new to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises, you need to know how to easily customize it. In this blog, you’ll learn how to do customizations using AL code functions, including use of Message statements, how to insert a record, and how to modify a record, which makes it easy and fast. This… Continue reading Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises using AL Code Functions

Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises using Extensions

Extensions make it easy and convenient to create customizations in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central without interfering with the way the base code operates or affecting future upgrades. This blog demonstrates how to use Extensions for adding fields to the Customer table, using the AL programming language.    Create a new file for table extension.Figure 1… Continue reading Customizing Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises using Extensions