What if I made the mistake of storing some “worthwhile” data in a Business Central Docker container over the course of several months? Perhaps it was test data or data imports that I didn’t think I would ever need–but then 3 months later I realized that the accumulated data was valuable.
SessionSettings data type is a complex data type for passing user personalization settings for a client session as an object. The object contains properties that correspond to the fields in the system table 2000000073 User Personalization, including: App ID, Company, Language ID, Locale ID, Profile ID, Scope, and Time Zone.
Last week I had a pleasure to speak at Areopa Webinars about Assisted Setup (Thank you Luc for having me). Those of you who would like to see the recording please visit YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuPfPUvQzeA.
However, in the Q&A, I had been asked: “What about the translations? How to handle them?” I replied that “It is like a normal table so you can treat it the same way as other data.”.
If you are writing Business Central automated tests then you are probably creating some data as part of those tests. Sometimes it can be useful to see the records that have been created, especially if you are trying to create the correct scenario for the GIVEN part of your test and are experimenting with the library codeunits in that part of the system.