Recently, I got the question on how to get a dependency tree from a bunch of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central apps. In other words – how do I know in which order I have to import my apps to respect the dependencies.
Well, I didn’t have a ready-made script available. I only had a script my colleague provided me – so I took that as a starting point, and spent an evening in trying to put something together – as it IS a very interesting question ;-).
Source : Waldo’s blog
If someone of you know C# or other object oriented languages in general, you know also that those languages have access modifiers. Access modifiers are keywords used to specify the declared accessibility of a member or a type.
Source : Stefano Demiliani
Download the 2019 release wave 2 PDF (last updated July 22, 2019)
The release plan (formerly release notes) for the 2019 release wave 2 describes all new features releasing from October 2019 through March 2020 for Dynamics 365. You can either browse the release notes online or download the document as a PDF file.
New for wave 2: The Power Platform (PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI) features coming in the 2019 release wave 2 have been summarized in a separate release plan.
Source : Microsoft
With the release of NAV and Business Central images on Docker, a lot of people who are not familiar with Docker and Containers will be using Business Central on Docker.
Using Business Central on Docker doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to install Docker on your laptop, you can also use Virtual Machines on Azure for running your Containers.
Source : Freddys blog
“Saved Views” and “Notes”, these new BC features (long time available in Windows Client and now in BC Release 2 Preview) are always requested and needed from my Customers. Knowing that these two features will soon be available is great for demos and allows you to eliminate the windows clients forever.
Source : Roberto Stefanetti NAV & Business Central Blog
With the upcoming Dynamics 365 Business Central October release, all of you probably wondering what kind of new changes it will bring. We already know that we can prepare to say goodbye to C/Side and Windows Client, but what about other major changes?
In this article, Simplanova’s Project Manager Andrius will review new features of Dynamics 365 Business Central October release, that you possibly haven’t heard about before.
Source : Simplanova
This blog post is primarily directed towards partners who wants to do AL code customization in Microsoft Dynamics 365 2019 release wave 2. Even though the tools can be used for extension development as well, typically people working on extensions already have organized their files.
Source : Freddys blog