If you want to create multiple web client for business central to access different DB on the same environment, you have to just follow these steps:
In our case we are using Business Central 18 version.
Some news if you use Cloud Migration Tool (aka Intelligent Edge) in Business Central. And not very good news.
Migration scheduled runs are not working now. Honestly they totally disappeared from functionality. I created support request to Microsoft and answer is “they’ll back in release 2021 wave 2”. Stunning. I understand that only few customers use this in production (on my mind) but now we have to run migration manually when we need data from on-premise in SaaS.
Now that Excel reports connected to Power BI datasets work in Excel Online it opens up a lot of new possibilities for doing cool things with Office Scripts and Power Automate. Here’s a simple example showing how all these technologies can be put together to automatically generate batches of Excel reports from a template.
When working with your Dynamics 365 Business Central online customers, one of the first thing you should do as a partner is to setup your employees on Partner Center and then assigning to them the permissions to support your online customers.
For this task, they need to have the Assists your customers as role set as Admin Agent or Helpdesk Agent:
Today I would like to talk about the best practice for Confirm dialog box in Dynamics 365 Business Central.
As you might know, you can use Dialog.Confirm Method to create a dialog box that prompts the user for a yes or no answer. The dialog box is centered on the screen. This is very easy.