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I have a question not due to any problem (fortunately).
It's about a feature, the Opportunities Bar Chart, that I saw on an older version of Navision, perfomed in a footage recommended to me by Paul Simpson on this Blog
(Here is the link if you want to watch it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GT5KyaRl6U , start from minute 30:45 up to minute 31:36; it's less than a minute in the whole).
For example the feature is useful to keep track of the estimated value of all the opportunities associated with a campaign, a salesperson or a specific customer. And you actually open this feature from a Campaign(s) card or list.
These are the images that show how to open the Opportunities Bar Chart window in the older version of Navision (note there is also the Opportunities List feature):
While this is the corresponding Campaigns window on Navision 2106 where the menu lacks the Opportunities Bar Chart (upper left of the picture below), yet it still has the Opportunities List, like on the older version:
My question is: has the Opportunities Bar Chart feature been placed somewhere else in the newer, 2016 version of Navision, or does it come with a more expensive license of Navison we clearly don't have (and I'm not aware of), or is it some mysterious setting I have to switch on in order to have the feature available, or the feature just doesn't show up till any campaign has been assigned to any opportunity which clearly hasn't happened so far on our test server ?
Many, many thanks to all of you about the hints and tips you'll be able to tell me.
I think I have it.
Use the Cronus db for example – this time English version.
Departments → Sales & Martketing → Marketing → Campaigns:
Highlight the Campaign CP1004, that is the same as in the footage by the way.
Hit the downward arrow at the upper left corner of the dashboard and select Customise → Customise Chart...
The Generic Chart Customisation window opens.
In Required Measure + Data Column choose Calcd. Current Value (LCY), that is the same as in the aforementioned footage.
In Optional Measure + Data Column choose Estimated Value (LCY), that is still the same as in the aforementioned footage.
Also you may want to choose Sum in both Required and Optional Measure + Aggregation
In X-Axis Field choose No.
You get at the bottom of the window a bar chart, that I'm not sure what it is actually, but anyway, it’s what the Youtube footage meant to show; here it’s an example of what I got from Navision (figures are given through a built-in random generator; all of this is explained in the following page of the Navision online help: http://vc-nav-02:49000/main.aspx?lang=en-GB&content=tskCreateGenericCharts.htm):
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