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Let us take a simple report with customer and Cust. Ledger Entry as dataitems. Cust. Ledger Entry is linked to Customer using Customer No. Suppose there are only two records in the Ledger Entry table.

  • OnInitReport
  • OnPreReport
  • Dataitem–> Customer–> OnPreDataitem
  • Dataitem–> Customer–> onAfterGetRecord
  • Section–> Customer Header –> OnPreSection
  • Section–>Customer Header –> OnPostSection
  • Section–>Customer Body –> OnPreSection
  • Section–>Customer Body –> OnPostSection
  • Dataitem–> Cust.Ledger Entry –> OnPreDataitem
  • Dataitem–>Cust.Ledger Entry –> onAfterGetRecord
  • Section–> Cust.Ledger Entry header–> OnPreSection
  • Section–> Cust.Ledger Entry header–> OnPostSection
  • Section–> Cust.Ledger Entry body –> OnPreSection
  • Section–> Cust.Ledger Entry body –> OnPostSection
  • Dataitem –> Cust.Ledger Entry –> onAfterGetRecord
  • Section –> Cust.Ledger Entry body –> OnPreSection
  • Section –> Cust.Ledger Entry body –> OnPostSection
  • Dataitem–> Cust.Ledger Entry –> OnPostDataitem
  • Dataitem–> Customer –> OnPostDataitem
  • OnPostReport
Jubel Thomas Joy, a 16+ year Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central/NAV/Navision expert, founded "Navision Planet" in 2009. Certified in Business Central , D365 - Commerce and many more. He blogs on the latest updates and various modules of Business Central & LS Central, showcasing expertise in SQL, Microsoft Power Platforms, and over 150 organizations of work experience.


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