Snapshot debugging is the best way to debug the Business Central cloud production environment. It records AL codes that run on the server and after finishing the debugging all recorded snapshots are downloaded to your local project. You can debug any previously downloaded snapshots offline (Without connecting to the BC cloud server).
About a year ago I wrote an article on the new features that Microsoft introduced on Business Central Admin Center. This time, in this blog post, I will focus on Microsoft BC API for admin center, introduced with version 20. In this blog post I am going to present a PowerShell script that copies a Business Central Production environment into a Sandbox and deletes the sandbox created the day before. Moreover, I will look into adding Telemetry to these 2 operations.
Production planning is an important part of inventory planning. In this video, ArcherPoint’s Robert Grainger discusses production planning in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, including a high-level overview of the master data for production planning, and some advice on the strategy around the planning process—like advising users to hold on releasing production orders early because it can reduce the flexibility of the plan and create chaos on the shop floor.
Yesterday Microsoft has officially released one of the most requested feature for the Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS environment: point in time restore for environments.
If you access your tenant’s Admin Center and select an environment, now you can see the following option:
I might have been a liiiiittle fast out of the gates, proclaiming the new Non-Inventory items to be the next cure for AIDS.
Ralf Daugbjerg from Elbek & Vejrup tested the solution a little further than I did, and it seems that Microsoft haven’t thought this functionality through all the way.
Value Entries with a value in the “Cost-Amount (Non-Invtbl.)” field are costs, that do not create any G/L accounts according to Olof Simren’s blog post: https://www.olofsimren.com/things-to-know-about-item-charges/, they only serve to increase the cost.
In previous versions of Dynamics NAV, working with infinite components have always been a little cumbersome. What are infinite components, You might ask?
Infinite components are items that must be added to the production, but they are not purchased in a normal manner. Infinite items in the production could be: