At the Dynamics 365 Business Central 2021 Wave 1 Launch event, in his wonderful session about the Administration Center, Dmitry Chadayev (Microsoft PM) has described the improvements that Microsoft has made on the tenant’s database export feature. The improvements involved the underlying technology for having a more reliable and performant way of exporting the tenant database when this database grows in size during time.
This is the third post in a series about batch calls with Business Central. If you haven’t read the the other posts, then I recommend to do so. You’ll find the first post about basic operations with batch calls here. The second post about error handling and transactions can be found here.
This is the second post in a batch series about batch calls with Business Central APIs. You can find the first one about the basic operations with batch calls here. In this post, I want to cover one of the most frequently asked questions about batch calls: what happens if one of the operations runs into an error? Will it stop further execution, will the already processed operations be rolled back? Let’s have a look.
A while ago I wrote about deep inserts with Business Central APIs. And I promised to write about batch calls too, so it’s about time to live up to that. 😀 Actually, I did some online sessions about it, like this one for DynamicsCon and also for Directions 2020. But I think it is still worthy to write it down.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central has many helpful features for ERP users, and one of them is Batch Posting. Batch postings are a real time saver, and they’re easy to set up on both the Purchasing and Payables as well as Sales and Receivables sides of your business. Watch this brief video to see how to set up and use this time-saving, productivity enhancing feature in Business Central.