The world after February 18th

As you probably discovered, the February 2020 security update had a significant impact on NAV/Business Central Docker Containers. Especially if you were running Process isolation. Most visible problem was the fact that you couldn’t launch 32bit executables in containers after applying the security update.

Source : Freddys blog
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Having Demo Data while developing Business Central Apps with Docker

I have always preached that you shouldn’t try to keep your Docker containers running. Containers should be something, which easily can be dismissed and recreated for any developer. One of the frequent questions is then: But what about my demo/development data?

Source : Freddys blog
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Business Central on Docker for non-experts…

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
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Dynamics 365 Business Central: using DotNet assemblies on a Docker container sandbox

I think that everyone of you already knows that calling custom .NET DLLs in your extension’s code is not supported in a SaaS environment, but you can still use .NET assemblies in your extensions if you explicitly target the on-premise world.

Source : Stefano Demiliani
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Tips and tricks on how to start using Dynamics 365 Business Central Docker

If you stumbled upon this blog post you probably know what Docker is and wondering could it be useful when developing for Dynamics 365 Business Central. The short answer is yes. Let’s talk why and then I will tell you how to setup Docker and share a few great tips on using it.

Source : Simplanova
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