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I Declared Variable like below
And using this variable in my code.
UserSingleInstance.GetParam(ExternalP, UserP);InputWindow.OPEN(Text001);InputWindow.INPUT(1, "ICS Document Type"); //Getting error hereInputWindow.INPUT(2, "SourceNo"); //Getting error hereInputWindow.UPDATE(1, "ICS Document Type");InputWindow.UPDATE(2, SourceNo);PackageMgmt.LoadScannedOrder("ICS Document Type", "SourceNo", Rec, UserP);InputWindow.CLOSE;CurrPage.PackageLineBuffer.PAGE.InitShipmentDetails(Rec);CurrForm.UPDATE;
And Getting error "'Dialog' does not contain a definition for 'INPUT'".
Could you please Suggest me the Solution.
This is not supported anymore (I think since NAV2017 - not entirly sure).Dialogs can be used to show information only.
To input data, you have to create a page with the controls you need.
Input is not available in Business Central. You need to create a page to get user input.
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