In this video, I look at how to change Business Central posting behaviour by subscribing to an event and write a single line of code.
In this video, I talk about how to use objects from AppSource in a Per-Tenant-Extension (aka a customization).
Even though AppSource apps are distributed by Microsoft you can still use them as normal apps and use the objects within as normal objects (because they are).
With the QueryCategory property we can execute a query object from a page (also available in Smartlists) by defining a query in AL; it is possible to declare with a comma separated list where the object can be used, in practice it is added to the list of objects published in the SmartList.
The Rules Pattern is a Design Pattern to simplify the complex business logic which is based on multiple if-else statements. Using this Design Pattern each if-else branch in the business logic is segregated into a separate rules and also the processing logic is separated from the rules.
A common challenge in many business management applications is avoiding unwanted changes in data. It could be anything from an incorrect customer name to an incorrect posting to the general ledger. In this blog we will summarize how to Monitor Changes in Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 release wave 2. There are currently three ways.