I’m not writing a blog about every single (new) command in my “CRS AL Language Extension”. But this Sunday, I added an interesting one. One that I should have had created for a long time – but simply didn’t think of it, until Daniel (TheDenster.com) explicitly asked for it on GitHub.
Just imagine, you’re building an app, with many pages, and you want to build a page, test it, build the next one, test it .. . You kind have to:
– Publish the app
– Run the object after the app was published
Source : Waldo’s Blog
In this video, I try to figure out what code analyzer rules I should use and I create a global master. My current alrules.json file is attached below.
Source : Hougaard.com
Yesterday Microsoft has officially released one of the most requested feature for the Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS environment: point in time restore for environments.
If you access your tenant’s Admin Center and select an environment, now you can see the following option:
Source : Stefano Demiliani
As this is my first post this year, I want to start this out by wishing you all a great new year. Actually I wanted to write about a completely different topic, but Waldo’s post a few days ago gave me an idea. And I personally like this idea so much that I’m happy to be able to write about it in my first post of this year.
In his blog post waldo has built a page to display the license information. This is especially interesting for consultants who don’t have Powershell available. So far so good.
Source : Business Central Deep Dive
In this video, I demonstrate the concept of date formulas. Both with filter and with the CALCDATE function.
Source : Hougaard.com
In this first article I presented a little overview of the secure and modern OAuth protocol with a “delegated permission” sample.
In this article I describe an “Application permissions” implementation for an application that runs as a background service or daemon without a signed-in user. I am going to describe how I refactored an existing Xamarin mobile application that is currently directly getting and posting data to Business Central APIs.
Source : Yet another www.business-central.blog
This is the third post in a series about batch calls with Business Central. If you haven’t read the the other posts, then I recommend to do so. You’ll find the first post about basic operations with batch calls here. The second post about error handling and transactions can be found here.
Source : Kauffmann @ Dynamics 365 Business Central