In a recent VSCode/AL update training the topic notifications, as part of SaaSifying your solution, was tackled. After a short introduction of what these notifications (functionally) are about I explained and demoed how to develop them.
Recently, I found that team members who are new to Business Central do not know FlowFields very well.
As you know, the FlowField fields are used extensively in standard codes. This is a very powerful feature in Business Central and NAV, but it cannot be abused. So this time I want to briefly discuss FlowField in this post.
Starting from Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave 2 (v17) administrators can define retention policies for tables to specify how frequently they want Business Central to delete outdated data in tables that contain log entries and archived records (they are essentially a way to define when data on certain tables expires in your database).
With the release of Business Central Wave 1 2020 XML comments is available in AL code.
If you would like to add documentation to your code then you can use XML documentation .The documentation comment must immediately before the object such as codeunit,table,functions etc.