Recently, some developers asked me about the methods when creating BC development documents. They need to record the Object Type, ID, Name used in the project to the development documents, and they also need a list of AL file names. Is there an easier way?
One of the greatest advantages on using Dynamics 365 Business Central on a SaaS environment is certainly the availability of a read-only replica of the database. I’ve talked a lot about this feature in the past here on this blog but also on events, webcasts and courses.
In summary, objects like API pages, queries and reports can use the DataAccessIntent property in order to specify their data access intent. Possible values are:
One of my Customer requested me to have a feature wherein they can have the liberty to modify content of the email, add remove columns and do stuff like this. They wish to have long text as a free text along with certain database table information which they can attach detach as per there wish along with some html formatting possibly.
Last month I shared a new feature in Business Central 2021 wave 2 (BC19), Force sync of customer-specific extensions in online environments (ForceSync mode in Production Environment) I saw some questions after that, for example, if we keep the table no. and field No., will data be lost in Production Environment?
So in this post, I would like to briefly test some common scenarios, hope this will help.