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How to Setup/Configure New Company for Trading Industries in Dynamics 365 Business Central

Configure New Company in Dynamics 365 BC STEP-01:  How to Create New Companies in Dynamics 365 Business Central. STEP-02: How to Create/Setup Company Information Master in Dynamics 365 Business Central. STEP-03: How to Create a General Ledger Setup in Dynamics 365 Business Central. STEP-04: How to Create Sales & Receivables Setup in Dynamics 365 Business Central. …

How to create a New Instance in Dynamics 365 BC, Business Central

Create a New Instance in Dynamics 365 BC: STEP-01: Open Business Central Administration. Right-click on it and Run as administrator. STEP-02: Business Central Administration window will open as shown below. STEP-03: Right-click on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and click on Add Instance. STEP-04: Server Instance pop up window will open as shown below. STEP-05: In Server Instance, …

How To Import License File In Business Central D365 On-premises

Import License File In Business Central D365 On-premises: STEP-01:  In the windows search bar, search for a Business Central Administration Shell. STEP-02:  Right-click on Business Central Administration Shell and select Run as Administrator. STEP-03: After that type the command  Import-NAVServerLicense in the Business Central Administration Shell, editor. STEP-04: After typing the above command in the Business …

Page Creation In Microsoft Dynamics 365 BC

Page Creation In Microsoft Dynamics 365 BC STEP-01:  Right Click on the .vscode and select New File. STEP-02: Enter the Name of the page as shown. Note while naming the page .al extension is mandatory.  STEP-03: Type tp for creating a new page. ”t” is the prefix for finding the objects in VS. STEP-04: After step 03, page structure has …

Connect Microsoft Dynamics 365 BC (D365 BC) On-premises To Visual Code Editor

Connect D365 BC On-premises To Visual Code Editor: Step-01:  Download the Visual Studio Code from the below link. https://code.visualstudio.com/download Step-02: After VS Code installation. Open Visual Studio Code editor. Step-03: Now use the shortcut key Ctrl + G to open Command Palette. In the Command Palette type: >AL, you will find the command AL: Go! Click …