Today I would like to briefly talk about whether we can extend TableRelation Property through a table extension.
In conclusion, yes we can, but with some limitations.
A FactBox is the area that is located on the right-most side of a page and it is divided into one or more parts that are arranged vertically. This area is used to display content including other pages, charts, and system parts such as Notes, and Links. Typically, you can use a FactBox to display information that is related to an item on the main content page.
The new Relationships view (or Modeling view – it seems to have two names) in Power BI Desktop that has been in preview since November 2018 not only makes it easier to work with complex models and set properties more easily, it also exposes a brand new property on a column: the “Is nullable” property. It’s visible at the bottom of the new Properties pane when you click on a column:
One of major limitations of control add-ins is not being able to define HTML. It seems so unbelievably unbelievable, that anyone looking at it from the outside of the NAV/BC playground may say “obviously, you must be missing something!”. But I am not. The one thing that you would expect to find first when defining a control add-in (and control add-ins in NAV/BC are nothing more than pieces of HTML that live within the allocated area of your browser real estate) is to be able to define the HTML.
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