From Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central blogs: Publishing transactions; Attach the documents of the file; Lot tracking; Code units
In this week’s Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central blog summary:
- How to get more control over the configuration when posting a transaction to Business Central
- Attach file documents in Business Central
- Track batches in Business Central
- How to successfully install and upgrade
How to get more control over the configuration when posting a transaction to Business Central
Write on his Amol Business Central & NAV Blog, Amol Salvi said that there are a lot of new features in Dynamics Business Central Wave 2 2021 (BCV19) that make life easier for developers and customers.
He explained that one of the key areas of D365BC is the release groups that link different modules to financial management. Salvi said that after posting the transaction in real time, users can see the required values in the chart of accounts.
However, there are times when a user or consultant forgets to configure the required accounts in the general posting setup and gets an error when posting a transaction. An experienced consultant will realize this right away and add the required configuration, but an end user or a newbie will probably have a hard time figuring it out.
With the new version of Business Central [sic] when validating a transaction if a configuration [is] missing, you will get appropriate error messages stating that this particular configuration is missing.
In his article, Salvi offers an example of how this works in the real world.
Attach file documents in Business Central
On the Evolution Business Systems Blog, Mike Arenas wrote that files can be attached in D365BC to efficiently upload and reference external documents within the ERP. By attaching file documents, you can associate tax invoices with purchase orders, order confirmations with sales orders, catalogs with items, contracts with suppliers or customers, and many more.