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Advanced WHS Mobile Device Development: [Part 4] – How to Display Sales Order Line Details

This is the final part of our WHS mobile device development series where we’ve walked through a mobile device development process using process guide framework with Dynamics 365 Finance & Supply Chain Management. In this final part of the blog series, we’ll walk through how to display the sales order line details along with the finishing touches of this mobile device development process.

How to See the Project Sales Order Transactions when Creating a Project Invoice Proposal in D365 F&SCM?

When creating an invoice for a project, using AX/Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management, it is mandatory to create a preliminary invoice, which is also called an invoice proposal. Invoice proposals are useful in order to review if everything that is included in the invoice is defined correctly, including the invoicing method and transactions of the project. However, users encounter some concerns during the creation of the project invoice proposal. As a result, we have researched the best way to solve possible issues to help you to avoid any problems when creating invoice proposal in the future.

Advanced WHS Mobile Device Development: [Part 3] – The Sales Line-List Functionality

This is the third part of our WHS mobile device development series where we walk through a three-step process to implement process guide framework in Dynamics 365 Finance & Supply Chain Management. Throughout this blog, you will learn how the process guide framework can be utilized to create a list window in Dynamics 365 Finance & Supply Chain Management mobile device.

Advanced WHS Mobile Device Development: [Part 2] – How to Select the Sales Order

This is the second part of our WHS mobile device development series where we will dive into how you can improve your mobile device development experience in Dynamics 365 Finance & Supply Chain management by building new process windows using the process guide frameworkThroughout this blog post, we will walk through the first step – Sales order selection. This consists of the Sales ID input field and details panel.

Advanced WHS Mobile Device Development: [Part 1] – Process Guide Framework

To help you get more from the Process Guide framework, we have created a four-part blog series to provide information about the process guide framework for developers who are working on the warehouse mobile device processes to show how this business process can be extended. Throughout this blog post, we’re going to expand on the knowledge provided in our previous blog post series on WHS Mobile Device Development.

Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations WHS Mobile Device Development [Part 3] – Adding a New List Window

In the third part of our four-part WHS mobile device development series, we’re going to investigate another task that we get asked about time and time again, while developing warehouse mobile devices – how to add a new list window. The benefits of displaying a list of possible input values instead of manually entering data are tremendous so let’s get right down to it!

Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations WHS Mobile Device Development [Part 2] – How to Skip a Standard Step

Welcome to part two of our four-part series on Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations WHS mobile device development. This informative blog series was designed to impart knowledge and shed light on the best practices required for achieving Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations WHS mobile device developments. Without further ado let’s dive straight into part two of the series.

Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations WHS Mobile Device Development: [Part 1] – Replace or Insert Field Values

As a Dynamics AX Upgrade Factory and ISV Development Center we encounter various questions and concerns from Microsoft Partners surrounding mobile device developments. As a result, we’ve created a four-part blog series to address the most common questions, concerns and share WHS mobile device development best practices. In part 1 we’ll be discussing how to replace or insert field values.