Like any other code, AL code can be flawed and break during refactoring. To prevent manual testing, each time you make the smallest change in code, it is necessary to write Dynamics 365 Business Central AL automated tests. Dynamics 365 Business Central AL automated tests are pivotal to ensure that your code works correctly after refactoring or addition of new functionality.
Testing is the essential part of the software development process and Cover User Scenarios.
Developers take care of their unit tests and perhaps, some wider coverage when they deliver a finished module. When developer tests the software he only tests scenarios for which he have done development.
Previous versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV provided users with the facility to complete intercompany transactions, ensuring that both parties were provided with accurate records of these transactions. However, the previous process was manual – and time consuming. Taking care of sales and purchase invoices was a multi-step process that had to be repeated for every transaction.
Let’s kick off with the Automated Testing on Microsoft D365 Business Central. If you are going to publish your app on Business Central, there are list of things you must complete before submitting it for validation. The checklist is available here (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/business-central/dev-itpro/developer/devenv-checklist-submission).