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I need to find which Web Service to use to create a Purchase Invoice linked to a Receipt.
So in NAV, you create the PO, receive and post the Receipt.
Then in Purchase Invoice, you create a purchase invoice and on the line, choose "Functions" >> "Get Receipt Lines" and it pulls in the receipt lines. I need to do this process but using one of the Web Services. The Purchase Invoice Web Service - Page 51, and any others I have found, do not have the Receipt Number and Receipt Line fields for me to send the Receipt information over.
Is there another Web Service that I can use to do this process?
I would really appreciate any help!
The "get receipt lines" process is controlled by a codeunit called "Purch.-Get Receipt". You could publish that codeunit as a web service. The parameter for it is a purchase line. Might be you have to recreate the codeunit to meet your needs as you won't be passing as much data as a whole record unless you do this via the data from page 51.
Not a complete answer but hopefully a step in the right direction.
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