One of the best ways to integrate Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with other systems is through APIs. They offer the possibility to trigger Business Central logic through Bound Actions. In this article, you will learn what are they, how to use standard bound actions, and how to create custom ones.
Postman has long been a favorite for testing Business Central APIs. With the launch of the Postman VS Code extension, the experience has been improved. In this guide, we’ll explore its installation, compare it to the web app, and highlight its key features. Dive in to maximize your API testing within VS Code.
The Business Central Admin Center API makes managing apps and environments easier. It provides a fast way to access the Admin Center functionality without accessing the user interface. In this post, we’ll cover the essentials, from initial app registration in Azure to environment and application management.
In today’s dynamic business landscape, organizations rely on a multitude of data sources to drive their operations. From external databases and data warehouses to online stores and services.
One of the easiest and most common ways of connecting them to Business Central is to use the APIs these sources of information provide. So, with some simple code, we can interact with external resources to exchange information.
In our day-to-day with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, the need to know which applications are currently installed in our On-Premises environment may arise. Unlike Business Central On Cloud, where we have a specific API to enumerate the tenant’s extensions
In Standard API for Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS (Get, Post, Patch, Delete and Basic query parameters – filter, orderby, select…), we discussed four basic operations (Read, Create, , Update, Delete) in the APIs. If we need to call custom code or specific actions like posting a sales order, we need to use Bound Actions.
Welcome to my blog, where today I am excited to introduce you to a new tool that will make a developer’s life easier when working with APIs in Business Central. The API Object Generator is a tool that simplifies the process of generating objects based on XML or JSON data from API