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How to attach additional 6 Shortcut Dimensions to Dimension Set when copy data to Journal from Excel

 

In my previous post I explained how we can copy data to-and-fro between Excel and Navision. Also we saw the limitation of additional 6 Shortcut Dimensions neither can be exported nor imported back.

Today we will see solution to this limitation, as it is required from several customers and we keep getting request for same. The same reader for whom I have posted my previous post have requested similar need.

If you missed my previous post you can find here : Copying data to-and-fro between Excel & Navision

Let us see how we can get this part working, yes it will require a small customization to get this working. Below I explain the steps we require to achieve this.

My example refers to Table 81 & Page 39. You can do same with other Journals too.

We will Add Custom Fields for these additional 6 Shortcut Dimensions.

 

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Add the Fields and write the above code to OnValidate trigger and set the Property accordingly for all of the 6 Shortcut Dimension Fields.

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Similarly add a piece of code to OnInsert trigger of the Table.

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Add our newly created Fields to Page too.

Now Let us check if it works as expected.

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Perform the operation as in previous post, this time add the newly created fields for Dimensions as shown in above screen.

If you missed my previous post you can find here : Copying data to-and-fro between Excel & Navision

Export and Import back by adding value to these additional Dimensions 1 &2 is Global 3-6 is my additional Shortcut Dimensions, 7-8 I have not included as not setup in my database.

After importing back check the Dimensions and you will find due to above customization my all the Shortcut Dimensions are attached to Dimension Set Entry.
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Yes we are done.

I will come up with more information in my upcoming posts. Till then keep exploring and Learning.

 

 

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