Publishing a New Base Application

I think I have mentioned before, that I strongly recommend partners to use the extension model and create extensions, which can be published, installed and upgraded much easier then code customizations.

Having said that, I know that there are partners out there for who AL code customizations will be the right stepping stone towards adapting an extension model.

Source : Freddys Blog
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MSDYN365BC – OnPrem Custom Font with Web Client

Yesterday we stuck with an issue for a customer which we recently upgraded to Business Central 13.x on-prem. It took time to find the solution so I thought to share a solution with everyone.

Issue Description – Report using custom Barcode Font does not work with Web client but works with the windows client.

Source : Saurav Dhyani
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Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise: checking extension’s status via Powershell

An interesting question pops out yesterday: with Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise, how can I programmatically check if a particular extension is installed or not?

The standard Powershell command (in the Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Apps.Management module) that gets informations about an extension in a specified Business Central Server instance is the Get-NAVAppInfo cmdlet (more info about it here).

Source : Stefano Demiliani
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Business Central AI Demos and Hands-ons

Those of you who know me, know that a big part of what I do is delivering talks at conferences. Talks, workshops, demos, that kind of stuff. More often than not, quite a lot of time goes into preparation of demos and labs, and also more often than not, the stuff that I prepare just remains in the digital piles of my Dropbox, and fades into oblivion.

Source : Vjeko.com
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Dynamics 365 Business Central Wave 2: building apps on top of System Application

As you already knows from this official Microsoft post, with Dynamics 365 Business Central Wave 2 release Microsoft has splitted the application into two main modules: Base Application (that contains all the ERP business logic) and System Application (that contains all the system layer).

Source : Stefano Demiliani
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