Just a small heads-up that made us scratch our heads for a while.. .
In the new version of Business Central (2023 Release Wave 1 – aka v22), the PowerShell CmdLet “Get-NAVAppInfo” now gives one more dependency in the “dependencies” collection.
About a year ago I wrote an article on the new features that Microsoft introduced on Business Central Admin Center. This time, in this blog post, I will focus on Microsoft BC API for admin center, introduced with version 20. In this blog post I am going to present a PowerShell script that copies a Business Central Production environment into a Sandbox and deletes the sandbox created the day before. Moreover, I will look into adding Telemetry to these 2 operations.
Yesterday, I got a question that I found was too difficult to answer: “What tables were added in 20.5?”
The reason for this question was simple: we need to update the manually created permissionsets in order for new tables to be supported after an upgrade. So – what tables were added?
This is a really quick tip just for myself to save the script where I can easily get to it, this time a quick way to output the duration of a PowerShell script. When a script takes longer than expected, in my mind I am waiting HOURS for it to complete but it is probably just a minute or two. I’ve run into this before, where I spend WAY too much time trying to locate a good, easy way to output the duration of a script. Without further ado, here’s the PowerShell code:
I was asked how to upload files to SFTP from Business Central, there are several ways to do it and several posts published about it for Business Central.
In this case, without going through other Azure services, PowerApps etc., it is possible to do it directly and simply via Powershell and, given that the previous post on Powershell was quite successful, I also report this functionality in the blog.