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Is it possible to create a posted invoice document on NAV 2017 using the web services without any modification done?
I want to expose Posted Invoice header & lines pages through webservices, then use OData to put data by creating the invoice header, then adding invoice lines.
the best possible solution is
1) Import Data in Purchase Order i.e. Purchase Header and Purchase line.
2) Post the document through system process, you can atomize this process.
3) The Purchase Order will be automatically reflected in the related ledgers such as GL, Vendor etc.
I will not suggest you to create any data directly in Posted documents.
You wish to create Sales Invoice I believe from Web Services and then eventually post it from NAV Side?
ChettMaker, your approach will not work. Do not do this. Expose purchase header and lines. Write data, then post using methods already available within the service.
No modifications, but most likely something will come up and you will need to modify something somewhere.
Yes, in the end I'll create Sales Invoice header and lines. Then leave things to natural flow of posting.
Thank you for the advice. Yes, it's best to not to try create posted documents, but instead follow the flow as suggested.
Automation should pretty much mirror manual process. Without manual process there is no automation. Rule of thumb.
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