When we design and write our code we need to think about performance. We have been used to thinking about database performance, using FindFirst(), FindSet(), IsEmpty() where appropriate. We also need to think about performance when we create our subscriber Codeunits.
Bron : Oleg Lobakov
You must have heard the latest news: Microosft released the first devpreview (on docker) where Business Central is an app, and there is close to no C/AL anymore. Either you might have gotten it from the blog from Microsoft, or Stefano’s blog, where he explained how to build an app for it.
I wondered if there was still a way for us to browse the – in this case – the al-code. And even more – would we be able to use the VSCode navigationability (if that’s a word at all) to navigate our code (like “go to definition” and “find references”)?
It is good practice to have some audit log of what uses do in the application. Some versions ago Microsoft introduced the Change Log to log data changes. How about logging an action execution?
One of the built in solutions in Business Central can be used to solve this. We now have the Activity Log (Table 710).