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Financial dimensions are used to categorize your financial
transactions. But when bulk entering transactions
in Dynamics 365 Business Central,a drawback only
allows you to set two dimensions. In this article I'll demonstrate
how all the dimensions can be set while importing and exporting
entries through Business Central using Excel. This is very
important because General Journals are used to make transactions
and corrections to the General Ledger, which typically involves
bulk imports and exports from Excel.
Any dimensions that are inserted in an entry in the system are
validated to be stored in the Dimension Set Entries table.
This Dimension Set Entry ID is stored on the entries to be used
as a reference. For instance, if we want to Apply Dimensions to
General Journal Entries, the Dimension Set Entries ID is stored on
General Journal Lines Table.
Out of eight total dimensions, two dimensions are stored on the
table. These two dimensions are also known as Global
Business Applications communities