Formatting code is often a pain, indenting lines, trying to align stuff etc. But not with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and AL in Visual Studio Code. Now you can just do “format document” 🙂
Some time ago, after explaining my most used VSCode Extensions for AL Development for (about) the 829th time – I decided to make my life a bit easier. I already came across the concept of creating a VSCode Extension that act like packages that automatically install other extensions. An “Extension Pack”, if you will ;-).
In addition to integrating Power BI into Business Central, it could be useful to be able to use a fast access portal or receive scheduled reports from Power BI automatically without going through the complete Power BI (Pro and Premium) solution. All this is already existing and usable if I use Power BI Premium license or Pro license, or if I integrate MS-Flow, MS-Sharepoint Online etc. etc
Although the conditional formatting by rules feature in Power BI was released a long time ago, one very common cause of confusion is with how to implement basic “greater than” or “less than” rules. For example, say you have a table with the following data in it: