A quick point: while the Power Query Query Diagnostics functionality is relatively new, it’s based on Power BI/Power Query trace logging that has been around for a while. I’ve just realised that this means you can use the Diagnostics.Trace M function that I blogged about back in 2016 to add your own messages to the output of Query Diagnostics.
Triggers are used in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for a variety of purposes, from validating input to controlling system behavior. This blog introduces using triggers by showing how they work with Tables and Fields.
If you currently use an older version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows (RoleTailored) Client, and are looking for something to replace MESSAGE for the versions of Dynamics NAV from 2009 RTC to 2016, then this blog entry is for you.
With the fourth part in the web services series we are going to look at a web service that draw a lot of attention at Directions and NAV Techdays: sending SMS messages from Dynamics NAV.
Now this is something that has already been done by several others, including ISV’s, and I don’t want to give the impression that this demo is the only way to do it. What I just want to demonstrate is how easy it can be to send out an SMS text message directly from Dynamics NAV code.
We installed NAV2015 CU3 on our database – and facing issue with the web client.
Web client opens ok and runs some pages but then stops with error “A server error has occurred, and the content cannot be displayed. Refresh the page or open a new browser window”
Do you remember when, a year and a half ago, at NAV Tech Days, you gave us feedback on the NAV Design Patterns session – saying that Journal Error Processing is not generic and decoupled enough?
Well, my colleagues Andreas Moth and Jesper Schulz from the NAV localization team at Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen, had created a framework to extract and generalize error message processing. This framework can be used across NAV. It comes with an API and new objects that you can reuse and plug into your own implementation. And part one of how to use it is described below.
One of the most challenging thing when programming is to have proper error handling. This is one of the weakness of the standard NAV code. We are now seeing this change when Microsoft introduced the simplified NAV.