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Creating lookup on form is very common requirement for a better user experience. In this blog post, I will discuss about how to create lookup in form data source field using in D365FO. I will create this using extension approach in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.
Previously, I have created a post in which I have discussed about how to create lookup in D365FO using x++ in which the event handler method of OnLookup event of FormControlString is implemented. But, one of our senior community member mentioned that creating lookup in form data source field is a better approach than handling it on the FormStringControl.
According to the IEVGEN’S AX BLOG, there are many disadvantages of using lookup on FormControlString. They are as follows:
I had also uploaded a video tutorial on my YouTube channel. In that video, I have discussed a very easy and best approach to create form, automatic lookup and implement clicked() method of button in Microsoft D365FO. Sometimes, it may not fulfill your complex business requirement.
So, I have shared a video tutorial on how to create lookup in form data source field in D365FO. And in this tutorial, I will discuss about how to create lookup in form data source field in D365FO. You can also see the video.
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