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May I ask how can I see who created the sales order or Purchase orders in the Sales Order list/ Purchase Order List in Navision 2018 without using Sales Order code or Purchase Order code
Directly no. It’s generally a modification. Simple enough to do. OnInsert trigger will need to populate the new field. Could be done using an event subscriber to minimise the impact on the base code.
You could explore doing it in an indirect way. On the user setup you can set a salesperson/purchaser code. Create one for each user who logs orders. When that field is blank on a customer/vendor it will pick it up from the user setup. Of course it remains an editable field but it could be a work around
May I ask if you have a visual documentation or screenshots documentation, how I can be guided to do this?
"OnInsert trigger will need to populate the new field. Could be done using an event subscriber to minimise the impact on the base code."
Thank you so much!
Visual guide: https://youtu.be/oswdZ6qxc7Q
MS guide: docs.microsoft.com/.../subscribing-to-events
You will need to add a field to the table first. Add it to the page but make it not editable
If it would have been a Posted transaction then you can figure out who did the posting but in this case you need to go ahead with a very small customization.
Make a new field in in Sales Header Table lets say - "Created By"
OnInsert Trigger write - "Created By" := USERID;
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