Using Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs in Microsoft Graph

Dynamics 365 Business Central is now one of the available endpoints in Microsoft Graph and I think this is a great way (and alternative to standard APIs) for interacting with the platform.

To work with Dynamics 365 Business Central in Microsoft Graph, you first need to change your D365BC user’s permission in Graph and then enable the Financials.ReadWrite.All permission scope. Here I’m using the Graph Explorer tool:

Source : Stefano Demiliani
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What is Microsoft SQL Operations Studio?

SQL Operations Studio (preview) is a free tool that runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux, for managing SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Azure SQL Data Warehouse; wherever they’re running.

SQL Operations Studio (preview) is built on top of Visual Studio Code and offers a lightweight, keyboard focused modern code workflow experience when working with SQL.

Bron : Think about IT
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Microsoft OneNote Integration with Dynamics NAV

I have never used Microsoft OneNote that much, never really seen a need for it (I usually just have my notes in Word). So, when Microsoft announced that there will be a OneNote integration with Dynamics NAV last year I didn’t think that much about it. But when I finally tried it out myself I was very impressed.

Bron : Olof Simren
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