A while ago I wrote about our Extension Design Principles. In it I discussed various ways to interface between extensions without having to take dependencies. One of these interface methods was the workflows Business Central is equipped with.
Because you can configure these workflows at run-time you can configure Workflow Events and responses from different extensions.
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In my blog post: How Do I : Create a Report, and layout, in VSCode? I explained the basics on how you can create a simple report for Business Central. In this post, and due to many requests, I will explain how you can get started to create a document report.
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In Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, there are a lot of codeunits already available. Every codeunit is a collection of different functions. If they are global functions, they can be called from within your own code. There are codeunits that help you work with XML data, help you with importing and exporting data, setting up number series, and so on.
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Working with extensions, I face the same problems as everybody else. I feel that I’m limited in my work, not knowing what the other extensions are doing.
A year ago, I released the Extension Details that can help developers identify which object numbers and fields have been used by other developers.
Over the last year I have continued to develop the extension details solution to help me, and maybe it can help others too.
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There are quite a few common business scenarios where you get data in the form of a file on a regular basis from some source system and you need to process these files into your Power BI reports. There are 3 common patterns that come to mind.
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When coding an app that uses Webservices to connect to the integration solutions, it is generally recommended that there is a Setup, which we can configure, where the Webservices are created as well as deleted.
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I have known for a long time that data privacy checks can have an impact on the performance of data refresh in Power BI and Excel, but on a recent performance tuning engagement I had the chance to observe just how much of a difference changing these settings can make
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