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I am working on integrating Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 with my Python application. My objectives for this integration are:1. Query all the Sales Orders2. Create a new Sales Order and related Sales Lines
On the Dynamics NAV side, I am exposing both Sales Order and Sales Line pages from the web service.
The problem I am facing is I can query all the sales orders just fine but when I am trying to create a sales order along with related sales lines, I am getting the following error:
HttpError: HTTP POST for Entity Set Sales_Order failed with status code 400Process finished with exit code 1
Has anyone integrated external applications with NAV through web services for creating sales documents? If so, has anyone seen this error?I have also tried to debug this from the NAV side, using the 'Debug Next' option but without any luck.
Any suggestion or ideas to resolve this issue?
Going direct to those tables isn’t a regular approach. I’d have it to a standalone set and then process them to the main tables. This can avoid conflicts with core code validations. If you don’t want to do that at least have 2 pages purposely created for the job. This is how things are done with the latest version. Stops you running the same code as you would in the regular UI
That's a good idea. I am going to create 2 new pages for this purpose and see how that goes.
I will post here the results later.
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