Since the dawn of Business Central Era (2nd April 2018 – Today), there are many new data types introduced by Microsoft. One such data type is Enum(Enumeration). Essentially, what enumeration is having a single select value with multiple options at a given time!
Well, I know what your thinking what about the ‘Option’ data type.
Anyways, enough of talking let’s just dive in!
Source : OLISTERR’S NAV/BC – BLOG
This blog describes two ways to create a new job that includes budgets in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central. By including budgets, you increase visibility into cost, which helps you predict cost overruns and maximize revenue.
Source : ArcherPoint
If you just started working with Dynamics 365 Business Central events, you should read this short article from Microsoft first. If you are already familiar with what the events are, let‘s dig further into that. Everyone knows that 365 Business Central Upgrade to events might be real trouble sometimes. In this blog post, I will explain how to manually upgrade Dynamics 365 Business Central Code to events.
Source : Simplanova
As explained here on docs: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/business-central/dev-itpro/administration/tenant-admin-center#notification-recipients
The Business Central administration center provides a portal for administrators to perform administrative tasks for a Business Central tenant. And as a partner, you can access the center from the Partner Dashboard in the Microsoft Partner Center.
Source : Think about IT
When developing an extension for Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC), one of the hardest problems is detecting which event to subscribe. To detect the event, there are two options: Go To Definition in AL code, and the Event Recorder feature. This blog discusses how to use the Event Recorder feature.
The Event Recorder is a feature that allows all the events to be listed when a certain action is performed in BC.
Source : ArcherPoint
The Dutch 365 Saturday team have managed to make a great line up for the event in #Amsterdam on May 18! This year not only #CustomerEngagement but also #BusinessCentral, #FinanceAndOperations and the #PowerPlatform
Want to know what’s coming up? Check bit.ly/365amsterdam and sign up
Queries and Views are two very interesting objects for Business Central, that can be used for various purposes. As both can be used, I point out the differences and the ways of using them with a couple of examples.
Source : Roberto Stefanetti NAV & Business Central Blog