Maybe I’ve missed some announcements, and maybe others also blogged about this and I totally missed it. But so far I have not seen this message: with Dynamics 365 Business Central it is possible to customize tenants to individual needs.
Yep, PowerShell again. So the people that deny PowerShell can stop reading now :-).
Although I do think this is quite an interesting blogpost on how to work somewhat more easily with deltas, by the use of a function that is part of my PowerShell Module, called: Apply-NAVDelta.
I’m going to explain you a concept that is so simple that you’re probably going to react like: “dude .. come on .. you just totally wasted my time .. this is so obvious.. can’t believe you just don’t take this for granted”.
But I’m still gonna. Just because of the fact that the concept is so simple, that at first, I just didn’t think of it to use it like this.
Learning how to adjust and customize columns in NAV 2013 RTM will give you a better user interface (UI) that is easier and faster to work with. In this blog entry, I will show you how to adjust column height and width, how to show and hide columns and how to add a freeze pane. In this demo, I will demonstrate using Chart of Accounts page.
This document is about Profile Configurations and how developers can avoid confusion when working on User Interface(UI) customizations and upgrades. You will learn what Configurations are, on a high level, and how they are stored, how they are created, modified, deleted, imported and exported. You will learn why all upgrades involving RTC(especially “RTC to RTC” upgrades) will involve discussions and analysis focusing on Profile Configurations.