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Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command for Form methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-for-form-methods/
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In the previous article, I explained what Chain of Command is, and how to use it in Microsoft Dynamics 365. I provided a basic example of Chain of Command, and explained what pieces are required. In this article we will look at an example of how to implement Chain of Command for Class methods. #Dynamics365 #ChainOfCommand #VisualStudio #Dynamics365Musings #MSDyn365 #MSDyn365Community #DYN365O #D365 #Microsoft https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-class-methods/
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As recently as a few years ago, manufacturers viewed optimizing productivity and increasing customer satisfaction in isolation. However, digital disruption is fundamentally changing the way manufacturers do business, requiring them to use modern technology to drive transformational change across the organization: enhancing manufacturing efficiency, improving quality of products, optimizing inventory, accelerating time-to-market, and meeting the fluctuating needs of customers. Dynamics 365 FO  (now offered as two separate applications – Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management) is a popular choice for manufacturers to drive end-to-end business ...
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What is Chain of Command in D365? Chain of Command is the term that describes how we customize, or extend, base Microsoft code in Microsoft Dynamics 365. Microsoft’s base objects and code cannot be changed directly in D365. However, we are able to make changes to separate objects and classes that are then combined with the existing base object to form the final version. See this article for more details:  https://dynamics365musings.com/chain-of-command-in-d365/
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Do you have a process that you need to run in the background of Microsoft Dynamics 365 F&S? SysOperation Framework in D365 is made for doing this. In this article I will show you the quickest and simplest way of creating the needed classes. https://dynamics365musings.com/sysoperation-framework-in-d365/
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In a previous article we looked at how to  setup Postman to call a existing D365 service . We then reviewed the steps to create a new  custom service  in Dynamics 365 F&S. However that was a very basic service. Finally in this article we will create a complex service in D365. Do you need to send an array, or list, of data into the system, or perhaps several different objects? In this article I will show you how. See this article for details: https://dynamics365musings.com/create-a-complex-service-in-d365/
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Microsoft has been a pioneer in the ERP space, having come a long way in the past two decades. What began as Dynamics GP, soon transformed into NAV, AX, and then the very popular Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. Keeping up with the pace of change has always been a core prerogative for Microsoft, and hence, the company has now split Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations into two new applications—Dynamics 365   Finance   and Dynamics 365   Supply Chain Management , providing organizations with the flexibility they need in terms of new and improved capabilities, as and when they need them. Not sure if you are ready to take the next steps towards Microsoft ...
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I want to turn off the ledger posting at receipt on a PO.  I have the flag in AP disabled, My item model group for stock has the accrue at product receipt turned off and I have no standard cost on my item yet D365 still continues to post to the ledger.  Can anyone help?  I had no trouble turning off the Sales Order delivery off.
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The wire and cable industry has been witnessing immense growth in the last couple of years. Reports expect the market to grow at a CAGR of  5%  between 2020 and 2025. As companies look to keep up with this surge in demand, they need to be able to manufacture, insulate, and package highly conductive materials in the right manner. But conductive materials, such as copper and aluminum, are relatively expensive; their prices are constantly fluctuating, making it difficult for cable manufacturers and distributors to keep pace with the volatility. The Troubles of Using Copper In the wire and cable industry, copper is a core component in cable manufacturing because ...
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In the last   article   we looked at how to setup Postman to call D365 services. We called a simple existing service. In this article I will show you how to create a custom service in D365. Unlike calling a Data Entity which can create or retrieve data from tables, services allow us to run code within Microsoft Dynamics 365. This is very useful if for example you need to retrieve a value that is not stored in a table. Or you would like to run a process, and return whether it was successful or not. See this article for details: https://dynamics365musings.com/create-a-custom-service-in-d365/
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