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Dynamics NAV Reports: Find Getdata Function With Report Builder

I have previously written a blog post (Dynamics NAV Reports (RDLC): SetData, GetData And Line Numbers) that explains how to easier see which number a certain data has in the setdata/getdata functions by using Visual Studio and line numbers. Unfortunately the most guides on the net that deals with getdata/setdata functions takes for granted that you are using Visual Studio with document outline but sometimes that choice isn’t available. Hopefully after this blog post you will find it easier to find the setdata/getdata functions in the report, know where to add a new field. If you only want to see which number a certain field has. Scroll to the bottom and you will find a list of the fields and numbers.

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