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D365 - I successfully used the advanced filter function (currentuserid()) to access the current user. I cannot find the function for current worker. I tried (currentworker()) without success.
Does anyone know this one?
To get the current worker in d365 you need to use this method
I entered (HcmWorkerLookup::currentWorker()) into Advanced Filter in the Name field on the Worker form and it did not work. Am I using it correctly?
Can you submit a screenshot or provide more details?
It doesn't work because you're using it on a wrong field. The method returns worker's record ID, not a name.
I am using on a Purchase Order in the Advanced Filter. I want to limit the list to the Requester. I added a new AF row for table Worker(2), Record-ID, (HcmWorkerLookup::currentWorker()). I suspect the table Worker is connected to the PO field Orderer.
Below is how it should work, in my opinion. But doesn't return any data in my environment and it's not immediately obvious to me why not.
If you want to filter by a field called Requester, which is a surrogate key of another table, you should see two related fields in the list of fields of Purchase orders datasource:
Exactly. I only inferred to use Worker as that is what the Requester is. But it was still 50/50 between using Worker and Worker(2) smh.
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