Do you use a change log in your solution? Or maybe you built your own log? Not? Then maybe you have some tables which should be cleaned after some period? If yes, then this post is for you. In the new version, we get a tool to clean the tables.
Starting from Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave 2 (v17) administrators can define retention policies for tables to specify how frequently they want Business Central to delete outdated data in tables that contain log entries and archived records (they are essentially a way to define when data on certain tables expires in your database).
When you are setting up Dynamics NAV to run MRP, you want to be able to create Action Messages and track where the demand is coming from.
Because of some differences in how tracking is defined in Dynamics NAV, however, order tracking is often misunderstood. Let’s start with some definitions: