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Hello,there are a lot of pages in NAV that have a reference to sales orders. See list below.
Which Pages do I need to populate if I want to create a customer orders via the API?
I have read elsewhere that these are only the pages salesorder_order and salesorder_orderline.
What about customer?
I use SOAP and C# and have no problems with writing and reading the API. I just don't know which tables to use.
List of pages related to orders:
NAV does not have Customer Orders. Maybe you mean Sales Orders only.
Thank you very much for your answers. I know there is no page "CustomerOrders". I added a list of all pages probably affected by creating an order below my post. SalesOrder_Order is linked to Customer with Sell_to_Customer_No and Bill_to_Customer_No
you can use Page api in Dynamics nav (REST)
Hi, In Web Service page, you should be able to find these custom pages and their Object ID.
Then open Development Environment
Find the ID:
Right click and chosse Design (development license is required)
Then you can see source table
Hope this helps.
Order and OrderLine should be enough to create the order. Credit is when you creating the return for items previously sold, and Invoice is a posted order (not editable).
As for the customer, it depends whether you are willing to create customers or you are going to use some predefined one. Cuz customer is an essential field. So if you are going to create new customers you need to publish page for them as well. And this goes for any other entity that is related to order. Like Items or Accounts.
If the customer for the order is already in NAV you will only have to use the sales header and sales line tables.
If the customer is a new customer you will have to create the customer in the customer table before you create the sales order.
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