So I got asked on LinkedIn how you can keep track of changes in Microsoft’s code base for Business central. This is especially necessary when using the permission sets from Microsoft.
One of the best ways to integrate Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with other systems is through APIs. They offer the possibility to trigger Business Central logic through Bound Actions. In this article, you will learn what are they, how to use standard bound actions, and how to create custom ones.
I have never been a fan of RDL reporting. The process and tools are not intuitive or enable me to build what I need. Lately, I have been thinking about a new way of doing this, and in this video, I demo a prototype I built over the weekend of a new report layout engine. Check it out:
Today I would like to briefly talk about how to set default work date in Business Central.
As you might know you can use a work date to specify a date that isn’t today’s date on records. For example, a work date is useful when you need to set a particular date for multiple records. You specify the work date on the My Settings page.
In this video, we delve into crucial year-end procedures essential for the operations team using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
For those currently employing Production in Work Centers, ensuring that your work centers are configured with accurate shop calendars and scheduled capacity is vital. Failure to calculate the capacity and availability for the upcoming year might lead to complications such as errors during MRP or MPS operations, impeding production scheduling within Business Central.