Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central version 17 has many new features. In this “Cool Stuff in Business Central” video from ArcherPoint, we show the new Company Hub feature.
The Company Hub feature pulls together multiple companies whether they are in the same Business Central database or not. This is a huge benefit as it allows organizations to track key performance indicators (KPIs) across multiple companies in one easy to navigate screen (role center).
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When dealing with Number Series where the Intercompany Documents are created automatically using the code, using standard number series generation Codeunits cause problems. In this blog, I’ll be explaining why this issue is caused and how to resolve such issues.
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Customers who want to consume Dynamics NAV data with OData in Microsoft Excel and have company names such as CRONUS A/G or CRONUS Danmark A/S may find it difficult or result in an error. When connecting to an OData feed from Excel, this does not work unless you don’t specify a Company Name in the connection string and set the company as a “Services Default Company” on the Dynamics NAV Server instance.
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During my latest Power BI workshop at Directions EMEA in Madrid a question came up:
How do I create a filter in my Power Bi to select different companies?
Well, this is possible.
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If there is something that changes in NAV every few releases, is how we backup and restore data (be that full backup, application data, companies data) between NAV databases.
Recently I was asked how is this done in NAV 2016.
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You can create a new empty company and use the RapidStart file and apply it to the new company. For example:
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