Azure Key Vault is a cloud service for securely storing and accessing secrets. A secret is anything that you want to tightly control access to, such as license keys, credentials, API keys, certificates and so on.
Starting form Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave 2 (version 17) you can start using Azure Key Vault service for storing your secrets and then retrieving them from AL code in a very easy way.
Source : Stefano Demiliani
The costing method determines if an actual or a budgeted value is capitalized and used in the cost calculation. Together with the posting date and sequence, the costing method also influences how the cost flow is recorded.
The specific cost criterion aims to individually evaluate the inventories, purchased or produced, determining the relative cost separately”
Source : Roberto Stefanetti Blog
In this video, I go poking in dark places to figure out what’s new with AL for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central Version 17, aka. 2020 Wave 2.
Source : Hougaard.com
Today, I will demonstrate how to work with custom API in Business Central. Custom API is very useful when we are working with integration apps. So, lets start exploring custom API in business central.
We will take one table called student and will create one API page in order to access this table as API. Moreover, we can check this API in Postman as well. Here, we will mainly perform three operations GET, Post, and Delete.
Source : TECH HARSHIL
Though above warning was informed by MS long time back but it has introduced in latest version of AL.
With the update of new version of AL extension this warning is populated in AL code.
Source : Ammolh Saallvi Blog
If you’re familiar with the topic of query folding in Power Query, you’ll know that the View Native Query right-click option in the Applied Steps pane of the Power Query Editor can be used to show the native query that is run against the data source. You may also know that there are some data sources where query folding does take place but where View Native Query remains greyed out.
Source : Chris Webb’s BI Blog
If you want to make a global variable accessible from table to table extension, or from page to page extension, you would normally need to create a procedure to get or set the variables. With protected variables, you no longer need to do that.
Source : TECH HARSHIL