I was just working on an assignment where I got the need of the customer like they want the Item Picture via web service. Another validation they put in was they don’t want the item picture to be saved on any particular directory instead they want on fly.
I’m one of those people who can’t resist peeking behind the scenes, and so when the Key Influencers visual appeared in Power BI I couldn’t help wondering how it worked its machine learning magic. Using DAX Studio to look at the DAX queries generated by the visual proved to be very revealing: it turns out that it uses a number of new DAX functions that are undocumented and probably not meant to be used outside Microsoft.
The Business Central administration center provides a portal for administrators to perform administrative tasks for a Business Central tenant. And as a partner, you can access the center from the Partner Dashboard in the Microsoft Partner Center.
When developing an extension for Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC), one of the hardest problems is detecting which event to subscribe. To detect the event, there are two options: Go To Definition in AL code, and the Event Recorder feature. This blog discusses how to use the Event Recorder feature.
The Event Recorder is a feature that allows all the events to be listed when a certain action is performed in BC.
The Dutch 365 Saturday team have managed to make a great line up for the event in #Amsterdam on May 18! This year not only #CustomerEngagement but also #BusinessCentral, #FinanceAndOperations and the #PowerPlatform
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Queries and Views are two very interesting objects for Business Central, that can be used for various purposes. As both can be used, I point out the differences and the ways of using them with a couple of examples.
It’s actually really difficult to come up with a simple demo query to prove this though (the Power Query engine is too clever about not evaluating things it doesn’t need for the final output of a query), but it’s fairly easy to understand the principle. Whenever you have an expression that returns a table something like this: