Enum is great way to centralized your list of options in Business Central. You can define an enum, then use the enum on every objects (such as table, page, report, etc) and they will all have the same list of options.
However, what if you want to hide some of the options on specific pages or tables because it is not valid option for them ? It’s a good design to only provide user with only…
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Enum is great way to centralized your list of options in Business Central. You can define an enum, then use that on every objects (such as table, page, report, etc) and they will all have the same list of options.But what if you want to hide some of the options on specific pages or tables ?
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