Dynamics 365 Business Central: how to detect if an extension is running on SaaS or on-premise

When developing extensions for Dynamics 365 Business Central, you could have scenarios where you want to execute a procedure or a business process only if the extension is running on a SaaS environment or in an on-premise environment (or maybe having a different behaviour accordingly to the environment).

Source : Stefano Demiliani
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CRS AL Language Extension – ControlNames are no longer surrounded by double quotes

There is a recent change that I had to introduce in the CRS AL Language Extension – you know, that tiny little VSCode Extension that quite a lot of you seem to be using ;-). +89000 downloads/+21500 installs – that’s crazy! It’s one of my biggest projects I ever did for the community :-).

Source : Waldo’s Blog
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Uplift Data from C/Side objects to an AL extension

One of the biggest headaches right now, is the missing feature for move data from a C/AL table to an extension table without having to do export and import, RapidStart Packages or other funky operations. The idea behind my method is to avoid too much data copying and instead rely on a Rube Goldberg’sk series of SQL rename operations.

Source : Hougaard.com
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Using the Event Recorder for Developing Extensions in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central

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
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