So in this post I would like to countine to talk about how to implement your custom “Share With OneDrive” action in Dynamics 365 Business Central. In fact, Microsoft has given the solution in the Dynamics 365 Business Central Launch Event 2022 Release wave 1.
Today I would like to share a mini tip I stumbled upon that we can add our own button (action) to Share group.
As you might know, starting BC19.0, a new Share button has been added to all pages, such as Customer Card, Item list, Sales Order, General Journals, and so on.
If you weren’t working remotely before 2020 then we’ve all had to guess used to it this year. Collaboration tools like Teams are invaluable for keeping up with teammates during the day, discussing work and bouncing ideas and banter off each other. Video calls, screen sharing, chat, shared documents, gifs – that’s all great – but not quite a replacement for sitting at the same desk and looking at some code together.
If you’ve ever built a BI solution it’s likely you will have had to integrate third party data, and if that’s the case you will know how painful it often is to get your hands on that data. Badly designed portals you have to log into every week to download the data, CSV files emailed to you, APIs with complex authentication – it’s usually an unreliable, slow and manual process.
A part of the NAV 2015 Web Client is to be able to use part of the host header to decide wich tenant to connect to. For example the domain name kappi.example.com will look for that Alternate Id in the tenant registration to find the correct tenant Id to connect to. This requires a small change in the WebClient web.config file.
One of the new reports in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 is the BOM Cost Share Distribution Report that came with the assembly functionality. It is a great looking report, and what makes it even better is that it does not only work with assembled items but also with manufactured items.