With the QueryCategory property we can execute a query object from a page (also available in Smartlists) by defining a query in AL; it is possible to declare with a comma separated list where the object can be used, in practice it is added to the list of objects published in the SmartList.
The Rules Pattern is a Design Pattern to simplify the complex business logic which is based on multiple if-else statements. Using this Design Pattern each if-else branch in the business logic is segregated into a separate rules and also the processing logic is separated from the rules.
In my last video, I asked if viewers wanted to see me create a Tic-Tac-Toe game in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Lots of viewers wanted that.
In the training I’ve done to some partners last week, when talking about performances I shared an example of an extension with 3 features that I think are not so well known but that have a significant impact on how your code performs, expecially on a SaaS environment. That extension used the following features:
-Partial record loading
Run-AlPipeline is a new function in BcContainerHelper. It has been in preview for a number of releases while being worked on, and a number of partners have already tried to use it. My apologies for changing things under your feet, but to my defense – I did write that the function was in preview.