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Directions EMEA 2022

Data Exchange Deepdive

Date: 11-11-2022 | From: 11:15 to 13:00 | Room: Hall Z

Let's build your own super-cool integration using configuration fields such as "Data Handling Codeunit ", "Validation Codeunit", "Ext. Data Handling Codeunit ", and many more. Once your programmers (or you) dive in, you will discover many possibilities for solving your tasks and numerous publishers available in almost all procedures. It is essential to know what the whole process looks like and what are the ways how to enhance it correctly.

This session will be divided into three parts:
1. What can we achieve with Data Exchange, and how to do it without programming?
2. It's time to explore the benefits of creating our own handling or mapping objects.
3. Publishers? Another way how to enhance functionality.

Speakers:

Kamil Sáček

Kamil Sáček

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Bio: Kamil has more than 30 years of experience with software development and IT in general. In year 2001, after finishing university, he joined the NAV world in NAVERTICA company as NAV developer. Having wide area of knowledge in programming languages and connected areas is helping him to understand 'how it works' and is giving him background for solving different tasks. Last years he is working more with GIT, Powershell and TFS. Kamil is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since the year 2004.

Tomas Kapitan

Tomas Kapitan

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Bio: Tomas has been working with Dynamics NAV & Business Central since his University studies. He started his journey as a NAV developer but quickly moved to a lead role. For the last few years, he has been leading new developers on their way to understanding both C/AL & AL languages and core Business Central processes. He really enjoys studying new technologies as well as sharing his thoughts with other people and is hugely passionate about how to work with data using modern D365 products. He is focusing on larger projects for mid-size companies but did many projects for companies of various sizes around the World. He has recently moved to Brisbane, Qld, Australia to enjoy the neverending summer.