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From the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations Blogs: Number sequences; Navigation modules; Logs; Payment remittance

by MSDW Reporter
Editorial Team,

In this Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations blog roundup:

  • AX – D365FO – number sequences explained
  • How to grant access to navigation modules in D365FO
  • Logs in Dynamics 365: not anymore!
  • How to add sender email address for payment remittance (advice) in D365FO

AX – D365FO – number sequences explained

Writing on his blog, Marco Saad noted that number sequences in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations are used to systematically and automatically generate and manage the unique identifiers for different types of records throughout the system.

He pointed out that a large number of types of records require a number sequence before the record can be successfully created. Examples include vendors, sales orders, purchase orders, etc.

In his blog post, Saad walked readers through the basics of number sequences. He included information about the number sequence form, how number sequences actually worked, how to create a new number sequence from scratch, and how to run the number sequence wizard.

How to grant access to navigation modules in D365FO

On Alex Meyer's Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Blog, Meyers wrote that he was recently asked the following question: Is there an easy way to grant access to different modules in the navigation within D365FO?

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