From v0.4.0 of the AL Test Runner app it is possible to debug Business Central tests without leaving Visual Studio Code. There’s a lot of scope for improvements but if you’re interested in trying it out it’s included in the marketplace version now.
This post explains you what is Control Add-in and you will learn how to create Control Add-in using existing resources on the internet. Sample code contains Carousel Control Control Add-in using Bootstrap resources. You can download source code from github. In the conclusion talked about why to use Control Add-in, what advantage Business Central User gains.
Business Central Security’s security system allows you to control the objects that a user can access within each database or environment. For each user, you can specify whether you want to allow reading, editing or inserting data in the selected database objects.
You can specify which records are stored in the tables that each user is allowed to access. This means that permissions can be allocated at both the table level and the record level.
Job queue is one amazing tool that I’ve been using for ages. From NAV 2017 and so on job queue (aka Task Scheduler) has been improved and there are some amazing features.
I’m not going to talk about how it works (people from Microsoft have done a great job on documentation) but I’m going to explain how to be a little more productive and avoid some annoying errors that makes job queue experience not 100% amazing.