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Hello Team,Did you have experience on how to push payments to Navision with allocation to several invoices via API?The standard API supports push payments with allocation only to one invoice.But maybe did you use custom codeunits to push payments with allocation to several invoices?If yes, could you share the example?Also, I am willing to consider your help on the partnership terms.Regards,Andrew
Hi, Yes, as you know, It is not very difficult if it is one line corresponding to one invoice, you can use the following fields.
But if it corresponds to multiple invoices, you need to rewrite the Apply program. Sorry I don't have good examples, but I don't think it's that simple.
You can refer the standard code of Apply Entries.. action and page Apply Vendor Entries (233).
Hope this will help.
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