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Get multiple selected rows using D365 X++

Get multiple selected rows using D365 X++

This blog post offers a valuable insight into D365 X++, offering a detailed guide on how to get multiple selected rows. Multi-select for Button must first be true for this to work. A form control event handler is created and a set of records is initialized. Then, a selection helper is constructed to help navigate through your data source. A form run is created next, and the data source is provided. The blog offers a detailed explanation of the code and its workings, including how to display the selected record with the while loop.

Whether you're a seasoned D365 X++ developer or just getting started, this tutorial has something to offer all practitioners. Be sure to check out the link to access the full tutorial.

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Sherif Fayed
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