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If you want the list of objects (tables, reports, pages, xmlports, etc) in D365BC, you can use All Objects or Objects page. Just add ?page=696 or ?page=358 at the end of your D365BC web link. For example: https://businesscentral.dynamics.com/xxxxxxx/?page=696 https://businesscentral.dynamics.com/xxxxxxx/?page=358 This will open up the hidden All Objects page. You can then download the list to … Continue reading Get Objects List in BC →
It is possible to update your Business Central from Essential to Premium (or the other way around). Before you make the change in Business Central, make sure that all the users license are in Premium. You can’t have a mixed between Essential and Premium. After you finish assigning all the users to Premium in Microsoft … Continue reading Change BC from Essential to Premium →
When you create a new D365BC demo database, you will always get the essential demo data. Even if you switch the experience from essential to premium, the data will still remain in essential. To get the premium data, Microsoft already have a Predefined Packages for you to import. Go to Configuration Packages and click on … Continue reading Getting Premium Data on Cronus Database →
What happens when you post purchase invoice in Business Central ? Normally you would debit the Inventory Account and credit the Account Payable. However, BC handles it in a different way. Debit Purchase account (PL), credit Payable account (BS) Debit Inventory account (BS), credit Direct Cost Applied account (PL) In theory, the total of your … Continue reading Inventory Posting on Purchase →
If your Business Central recently got upgraded to 16.0 and you suddenly lost access to exporting data to Excel, that is because Microsoft introduces capability to turn off “Export to Excel” function. What you can do is manually add the “D365 Excel Export Action” Permission Set to relevant permission sets or user groups. More information … Continue reading Missing Export to Excel Function →
If you encounter below error after upgrading into BC16, you are not alone. You do not have the following permissions on TableData MS – Wallet Merchant Account: Read. To view details about your permissions, see the Effective Permissions page. The BC16 upgrade breaks the Microsoft Pay Payments app. If you are not using Microsoft Pay, … Continue reading Permission Error on TableData MS – Wallet Merchant Account →
Business Central 2020 Wave 1 has been released to the public since April this year. If you have been following the news, Microsoft started introducing a new way of calculating sales and purchase price in Business Central. The new one is called v16, the existing one is v15. You can read about the release here. … Continue reading BC Price Calculation v16 →
Ever wondering about what is going on with the latest update on Dynamics 365 Business Central ? You can find out about the update history from the following links. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/release-plans/ https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4553289/update-history-for-microsoft-dynamics-365-business-central You can find out about the release plan and all the different builds that have been deployed to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central minor … Continue reading Update Plan and History for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central →
Dynamics 365 Business Central has the capability to send purchase or sales document straight from the document. D365BC will try to send an email with the standard email body template. What if we want to modify the body template ? Search for “Report Selection – Purchase” for purchase document or “Report Selection – Sales” for … Continue reading How to Modify the Email Body Template of Purchase or Sales Document →
Another day another bug on update 15.4.41023.41345. One of our clients was having problem printing the invoice. The error said “Invalid Language ID Supplied: 0 Error”. The issue came from the LanguageCU. It does not accept blank Language Code anymore. To fix the issue, I could either remove the code completely or just add an … Continue reading Invalid Language ID Supplied: 0 Error →
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