Video Webinar: Configurable Business Documents – Part 2 of 2

Configurable Business Documents - Adding New Fields to the Invoice Template and Format

In this webinar from the Configurable Business Documents in Electronic Reporting (CBD-ER) series we continue where we left off in our previous webinar. You will learn how to modify ER Format and Excel template for the Free text invoice document in order to print the new fields, previously added to the ER Data model and Model mapping.

At the end of the webinar, we will discuss pros and cons of Configurable Business Documents.

Webinar Resources

The webinar resources are contained in the single zip file that you can download on the link below. Our presenter Albin exported all ER configurations that he was using in the demos. You will find them as XML files in a subfolder within the zip file, so you can import them into your environment. Webinar resources also include the presentation slides.

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Albin Lotrič
Senior Technical Consultant

Albin has been actively involved in exploring the functionality of Electronic Reporting and Configurable Business Documents since Microsoft announced it in June 2019. He shared his experience with this new technology in one of the best rated presentations at the Focus Europe 2019 conference in Brussels in October 2019.

For this series of webinars, Albin has prepared some of the use case scenarios that may seem most appealing to the target audience: functional consultants, IT managers and power users. From starting from scratch or changing an existing report, all without programming and deployment, to understanding new print destinations. You'll hear lots of practical advice and see lots of demos that will help you get started on your own and avoid the most common mistakes.

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