Last week we had a discussion in Yammer about uploading pictures to Item record from URL and in the result I wrote next code. Hope it will be useful for somebody:
It has been 3 years since I first wrote an article about SUM() vs SUMX() and a year since I wrote the first version of this article. Over the years I have been teaching DAX, I have learnt new and improved ways to explain some of the more complex topics. This article is one of the most frequently read on my blog site and I wanted to update it to continue to improve the value people get from my site. Even if you have read this article before, why not take another look and refresh your knowledge.
The problem with self-service BI is that you never quite know what your users are up to. For example, what data sources are they using? Are there hundreds of Excel files being used as data sources for reports that you don’t know about? If so, where are they? Could they and should they be replaced by a database or something else more robust?
This Dynamics NAV Coffee Break provides simple, easy to follow instructions that explain how to create default expense accounts for vendors in Dynamics 365 Business Central. Many companies have vendors who send invoices monthly, and always with the same GL account. In this video, we show you how to skip the step of having to enter that account every time with step by step instructions on how to set up default general ledger accounts by Vendor for purchase invoices.
Microsoft Power BI is a reporting and analytics tool that can analyze data from a myriad of sources, including Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Excel, Google Analytics, social networks, APIs, Odata feeds, and more. Power BI allows for creation of interactive KPIs, charts, graphs, matrices, and other visuals to product unique and meaningful reports you can use to understand your business in real time.
You must have heard. Codeunit 1 is a goner! And if you have not heard it – you must have read about it. Because it has been on Microsoft Docks for a while, and also there was a blog that Microsoft spent on it.
Well, before I managed to find these description, I was working on my own overview ;-). So let me share it – I do believe that I look at it from another angle.
For a while now I’ve had an idea stuck in my head: wouldn’t it be cool to build a Power BI solution where a user could enter data into an Excel workbook and then, as soon as they had done so, they could see their new data in a Power BI report? It would be really useful for planning/budgeting applications and what-if analysis.