When I read about the new conditional formatting by values feature in the August 2018 release of Power BI Desktop, my first thought was to write a blog post on how DAX can be used to generate the hex values for colours – but then Daniil Masyluk wrote an excellent post on that (and more) yesterday.
Hi folks! I’m back with Part 2 of how to create custom approval workflow in Dynamics NAV. An overview of Part 1, we created an Event Publisher then we created function for sending approval then for approval, for reject and delegate. Part 2- Now we will continue with how to add these event functions to the library.
Let’s kick off with the Automated Testing on Microsoft D365 Business Central. If you are going to publish your app on Business Central, there are list of things you must complete before submitting it for validation. The checklist is available here (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/business-central/dev-itpro/developer/devenv-checklist-submission).
I had a great question pass my way last week while I was at the Microsoft Business Application Summit. The problem presented by Matt (a different Matt, not me) was that he had around 200 measures already written, but wanted to be able to toggle the report pages between YTD and Full Year data. For the sake of this article I will be using Year to Date (YTD) and Moving Annual Total (MAT) as the 2 toggle events.
My posts from two weeks ago (see here and here) on using Process Monitor to troubleshoot the performance of Power Query queries made me wonder about another question: how does the performance of reading data from CSV files compare to the performance of reading data from Excel files? I think most experienced Power Query users in either Power BI or Excel know that Excel data sources perform pretty badly but I had never done any proper tests.