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Default dimensions or financial dimensions is a very basic and important component of the Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems. Financial dimensions in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations are very useful with respect to the business processes. In this tutorial, we will learn through video about how to add financial dimensions on form in D365FO.
Financial dimensions or default dimensions in Microsoft dynamics provide a means to create additional segments/parts to the main or natural general ledger account in order to track revenues, costs or expenses by a specific attribute, without having to have the segment be embedded in the natural account itself.
To get and retrieve the financial dimensions is also a very tough task. On my blog, you can see the article and code in which I have described how to get financial dimension value by name using x++.
A developer from Lahore, Pakistan named Mr. Farhan is customizing and developing in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. He contacted me in my WhatsApp group and asked to share how to add financial dimensions on form in D365FO. So, I promised him that I will create tutorial for him. So, I have uploaded the project on my GitHub. You can download it, use it and share my GitHub link of project about how to add financial dimensions on form in D365FO with the community.
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