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I have published a page as a webService. In that page, I show one variable that is calculated in the onAfterGetRecord event of the page. But I see that when I try to filter with the URI that variable, is nto working. Just works filtering with the field that are in the table.
Is it possible to filter from that calculated variable? basically I've created a variable that is the customer number, and want to filter the contact with a known custoemr number, something like this:
http:/XXXX:7058/DynamicsNAV110/ODataV4/Company('XXXX.')/ContactAPI?$filter=gCustNo eq '000010'
Hello - We currently do not have dedicated Dev support via the Dynamics 365 Business Central forums, but I wanted to provide you some additional resources to assist. If you need assistance with debugging or coding I would recommend discussing this on one of our communities.
I will open this up to the community in case they have something to add.
You can't filter with a calculated variable on a regular page in the UI. Web service with behave in the same way. If you want to filter with it you'll need a flow field on the table
THnaks for your answer Josh, I dind't realise that the WebServices work in the same way on filtering.
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