I don’t know why, but grouping records in in C/AL in the past had always been a difficult topic to understand for new programmers during my development courses.
In C/AL the best method was using temporary tables, as in the example below, in which I group the Sales Orders by Customer and then I make a loop over the customers I found to make something.
Source : Marco Ferrari
In this video, I show how to customize a standard report in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Source : Hougaard.com
While working on Modern client in MSDYN365BC in Spring release, I was unable to Personalize the page. Personalize means we can make various changes, such as move or hide fields, columns, actions, and entire parts, and add new fields. Most personalization must be done by first activating the Personalizing banner, but very simple adjustments, such as column width can be performed immediately on any list.
Source : Divyesh Chitte
When working with Dynamics 365 Business Central (but also on Azure applications in general) it’s a best and recommended practice to send telemetry data to the Azure Application Insights service for centralize monitoring.
Source : Stefano Demiliani
This is the second part of a two-part blog series on how to set up an Extension development environment using Visual Studio code. In this article, we will continue to detail how to set up the environment in order to be able to debug an Extension.
Source : 1Clickfactory
If you’re working with large amounts of data in Power BI you may find that you have problems because:
Your pbix file is very large
You spend a long time waiting for refreshes to finish in Power BI Desktop – and if you’re developing, you may need to refresh your dataset frequently
It takes a long time to publish your dataset to the Power BI Service
Source : Chris Webb’s BI Blog
In my series around Application Insights for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central / NAV this is probably the most booring one. However it is quite important. In order to teach you folks about KQL and the Application Insights API etc.
Source : Mark Brummel