How to write ERROR and CONFIRM?

For many years when you needed to write any confirm message or an error message in a code there was nothing complicated. However in Business Central there were introduced new functions for both of those messages. One was already there for some time but the error handler is brand new thing which is added in Spring Release 2019.

Source : M Y N A V B L O G . COM
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Now with the longest fields!

This is a great blog post to write. A long time ago I bitched about the artificial limit we still had, inherited from the old native database. Read it here for a quick refresher https://www.hougaard.com/nav2017s-inheritance-from-the-native-database/

Luckily for all of us, Kennie https://twitter.com/KennieNP from Microsoft actually reads my blog and with the April’19 release of Business Central two of these limits are now removed:

Source : Hougaard.com
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Calling SOAP Services from PowerShell

Like most of my posts this has its origin in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central development – specifically our build process – although it isn’t limited to that.

We had a need to call a SOAP web service from PowerShell (see below for the background if you’re interested). In the past I’ve used Invoke-WebRequest and added content-type and a SOAPAction header to the request

Source : James Pearson
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The future of Business Central… and the partners

Directions ASIA has finished on the previous week. For me, it was the second time I was there, but this year I was as a speaker.

To be honest, when I flew at Kuala Lumpur, I didn’t expect to learn something new. At the beginning of February, we (MVPs) gathered at Lyngby, where Microsoft Dev Team presented to us Spring release features. In addition to that, the Spring release was available on Docker, and I had a chance to try it already. So, I was “well prepared” 🙂

Source : DKatson’s NAV blog
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How to: Customize Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises Using Page Types

Pages allow the user to interact with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Pages can be displayed on multiple display targets, like computers, tablets, and smart phones. A page can be linked to a source table or not. If they are not linked to a source table, they are either Role Center Pages or blank pages. There are several default page types in the application:

Source : ArcherPoint
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