Why should I setup a Data Migration from my Business Central Docker Container to a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS tenant: “Because I can?”
Well, this might be one answer, but there are other good reasons. Let me explain.
Source : NEVER STOP LEARNING
I have added some features to the very simple tool (which was born to launch only XML), they are simple but they can be useful.
Delete Data from Tables
ALL Sessions Killer
XMLPort Runner LOG
Source : Roberto Stefanetti Blog
This pattern is describing how you can migrate data using the Data Migration Façade.
Bron : Dynamics Community
I was so proud with my previous blogpost as I was able to solve a somewhat complicated problem generically. And now there appears to be a platform solution for what I was trying to solve (or at least for a big part of it).
I remember to have provided feedback to Microsoft on exactly this topic: restore data generically with one statement. Not saying it’s because of me that it’s in the product, only saying it makes a lot of sense that there is a platform statement to just “restore what you can restore“.. .
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As With Release of New Version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, we also need to look into possibility of Upgrade Our Customer Base to it.
In this article I will share my experience from a Mock Migration From 2013 R2 To NAV 2016.
Bron : Saurav Dhyani
If you have some old NAV releases and you want to copy data fast from db\company to another db\company (and you don’t want to use Dataport\XMLPort to map each fields ore use Rapid Start Services), you can use SQL “INSERT INTO” statements to transfer data.
Bron : Roberto Stefanetti NAV Blog
Every now and then while doing a data migration to Nav2015 I found that removing relations from table objects to other objects did cost me quite a lot of unpleasant time.
Therefore I created a processing only report that does this job for me.
Bron : C. Bakker