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Control Add-in in Business Central

How to use Control Add-In in Business Central?


I have come across with Control Add-In once one of our customers wants have custom layout for their sales. I was searching that how we can fulfill their requirement in the business central. I have gone through several blogs regarding my requirement. At the end, I have found that we can achieve this with the help of Control Add-In in the business central.

We can use Control Add-In to integrate Java Script with AL in the business central. Moreover, we can do some stuff related to UI with the help of Control Add-In.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/business-central/dev-itpro/developer/devenv-control-addin-object

I think Microsoft has given good documentation on Control Add-In in business central. We can easily understand how we can use this for our requirement.

Basically, it has main two things in Control Add-In. One is define event in Control Add-In, which will use to call AL from Java Script. Another thing is define procedure in Control Add-In to call Java Script from AL.

Here, I have added some buttons with the help of Control Add-In in the business central for various purpose. 

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