When working with an ERP, using barcodes on different reports is a common practice and I think that every ERP should natively support using and printing barcodes (and QR codes too).
Using barcodes with Dynamics 365 Business Central was quite easy in an on-premise environment (just install a font and you’re ready to go) but not so easy to handle on a SaaS environment, where you were not able to install custom fonts and you were often forced to rely on external services.
Source : Stefano Demiliani
Today I would like to discuss the sample data of Business Central Cloud (SaaS).
As you might know, when creating a new company in Business Central, you can select the data and setup to get started if you need to test data.
Source : Dynamics 365 Lab
One of the awesome new features of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2021 Wave 1 (version 18) is the ability to extend reports. In this video I explore the simplest reportextension possible, adding a single field to the dataset of the standard invoice report.
Source : Hougaard.com
I was trying to publish an app in Business Central on prem , so I tried generating run time app in MSDYN365BC.
Lets understand the process of building the Runtimeapp in Business Central
Source : Divyesh Chitte
This is the second part of a two-part blog series on technical code changes in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2021 release wave 1. In Part 1 of the blog series, the pending and removed ObsoleteState warnings were covered.
Source : 1ClickFactory
After the in-depth review of the latest code changes, I created a two-part blog series, in which I compare Dynamics 365 Business Central versions 18, 17, 16 and 15, to see the differences between the versions and to understand the necessary adjustments that need to be made to make Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central solutions code compatible with new and future releases.
In the first part of this two-part blog series, I focus on pending and removed ObsoleteState functionality:
Source : 1ClickFactory
During the Spring 2020 conference, I saw a session “Business Central Life Hacks” by Shawn Dorward (which has a blog “https://lifehacks365.com/ ” – how fitting is that ;-)) – which focused on functional life hacks. This inspired me of doing a developers-version of it. So I asked him if I could “steal” his title, and go for “Business Central Development Life Hacks“. I submitted the session title, and I was lucky enough to have it voted high enough to be selected as a session.
Source : Waldo’s Blog