This video explains how we create a docker container using BC-Containerhelper for Dynamics NAV or Business Central with database that is hosted in your local SQL Server.
Yesterday I’ve provided a solution for saving a file generated directly from a Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS tenant to an SFTP server by using Azure Functions. I’ve to admit that this is my preferred way because it gives me more freedom, scalability and adaptability. But obviously, that’s not the only possible way to do so.
Although you can use the Business Central Setup to install the Business Central Web Server components and create a single web server instance in IIS for client connection, there may be scenarios when you want to set up multiple instances.
For example, you could set up a separate Business Central Web Server instance for the different companies of a business, for this scenario, you can use the Business Central Web Server PowerShell cmdlets.
A few weeks ago I showed how XMLA Endpoints allow you to connect SQL Server Profiler to Power BI Premium. As well as looking at query execution times this also means you can see in more detail what happens when a dataset is refreshed, for example so you can find out exactly how long a refresh took, understand which tables inside the dataset contribute most to refresh times or which calculated columns or calculated tables take the longest to create.
Yesterday I got a question via LinkedIn. I need to add Spanish translation to my W1 instance. How do I do that?
So, let me walk you through that process.
Here is my Business Central setup. It is the Icelandic Docker Container, so I have Icelandic and English. Switching between Icelandic and English works just fine.
Over the last few months, the Dynamics NAV team has been testing compatibility with SQL Server Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), and we are now proud to announce that the following Dynamics NAV versions all support SQL Server Transparent Data Encryption (TDE):
It is clear that the future of NAV is Visual Studio Code and AL. And to be honest I find more fun and interesting to play with this “smart text editor” compared to the old “development UI” C/Side. Even if at the beginning it seems more difficult because you need to know in what places to add certain pieces of code related to the object’s structure while in C/Side you are helped by the UI.