Get Errors from a Docker Container Event Log

It could be that the license has expired, maybe there is something wrong with the tenant, the service tier hasn’t been able to start, who knows? You should probably start by looking for errors in the event log of the container.

Maybe I’m missing a trick and there is an easier way to do this(?) but I look through the event log with PowerShell. You can run this command inside the container:

Source : James Pearson
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Batch calls with Business Central (2) – Error handling

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.

Source : Kauffmann @ Dynamics 365 Business Central
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HttpClient: “An error occurred while sending the request.”

If you are a developer or consultant who works for a modern Business Central-project that includes the integration of 3rd party services – you might come across this error while using HttpClient. Find out in this article why it happens, what do to about it and in which situation you have to live with it.

Source : Hannes Holst
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