Have you noticed something strange today? Did you try to access the developer Help on MSDN and end up on a different site? Well, we’re very happy to announce that the Dynamics NAV 2017 developer and IT-pro content is now live at Docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav.
The new C/AL Coding Guidelines are updated and published by Microsoft.
Link : C/AL Coding Guidelines
As far as I know there is no official PDF document with the guidelines yet, so you can download the unofficial one here:C/AL Coding Guidelines 2015 (Word) (799) C/AL Coding Guidelines 2015 (PDF) (2199)
As Microsoft plans to deploy their “Find a Partner Campaign” in Microsoft Pinpoint in the coming months, I have been diligently working to update our company Pinpoint profile. After I had worked on this project for many days and hours, the most tragic thing happened…I LOST my document (and no, it was not backed up on my external hard drive like it should have been).
Your business management solution is a critical part of doing business. Keeping your solution up-to-date is essential to the future of your business. By taking advantage of new functionality and enhanced capabilities available in recent releases, you can boost productivity, reduce costs, and improve customer service.
When Rene Gayer informed his fellow Dynamics NAV MVPs, me included, about his new book on NAV 2013, I directly volunteered to read it and provide him with feedback. Looking back I guess I did not fully understood the implication of the first lines in his May 28, 2013, mail to us: