Media, such as images are frequently used in Dynamics 365 Business Central. To work with media files, you need to learn about file handling. This blog post introduces Media, Mediaset data types, and how to upload and download images using MediaSet in Dynamics Business Central 365.
Tag Archives: Management
Customizing Release Management
In this video, I dive into one of the Release Management codeunits and explain how that works, then I show how to use the codeunit to perform extra validation on documents before release or posting.
Dynamics 365 Business Central: Report Limits management page
To ensure the availability and quality of Business Central services, there are limits on certain operations. From 2020 release wave 1, users can set limits on the execution time, rows, and documents for reports.
Dynamics 365 Business Central: Trusted Apps list management
Starting from today, Dynamics 365 Business Central 2021 Wave 2 (version 19) is available and all new customers will automatically get the latest builds of version 19 when creating a new tenant.
Using Azure API Management to host your Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs
Some days ago there was a discussion on Twitter started by Waldo about how to document custom Dynamics 365 Business Central APIsd to third-party clients that expects standard documentations like OpenAPI.
OpenAPI Specification (formerly Swagger Specification) is an API description format for REST APIs. An OpenAPI file allows you to describe your entire API, including:
Code Management with GIT: Azure DevOps (Part 2)
Last month we wrote about AL Code Management with GIT and how to set up it along with one additional tool named GitExtensions. This month we continue this series with the Remote repository with Azure DevOps and a short guide on how to use GIT in daily development. We hope you will have a good read!
AL Code Management with GIT (Part 1)
Probably most of you heard about AL code management with GIT, which is one of the most popular tools for this purpose. As you know, in the previous versions of NAV, you could use GIT, but in most cases, you needed some third party Addin. With AL and Visual studio code, we finally get native integration with GIT. In these two articles series, I‘m going to talk about how to start using these amazing tools.