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Batch calls with Business Central (2) – Error handling

This is the second post in a batch series about batch calls with Business Central APIs. You can find the first one about the basic operations with batch calls here. In this post, I want to cover one of the ...

Fun with Interfaces: Testing

Oh how much fun we had today on my live stream, it’s just amazing. First, all the viewers had fun of waiting for me to go live for nearly an hour, and then at some…

Batch calls with Business Central APIs (1) – Basic operation

A while ago I wrote about deep inserts with Business Central APIs. And I promised to write about batch calls too, so it’s about time to live up to that. 😀 Actually, I did some online sessions about it, like ...

Webinar: Leveraging Git

It’s been a few days that I announced the “Leveraging Git” webinar on my Twitter and LinkedIn and I hope nobody will mind if I announce it on my blog. So, here we go. Every…

Model Driven software development for Business Central with “mdAL”

You might already have seen my session on DynamicsCon about Design Patterns. During that session, I mentioned a tool “mdAL”. If not .. well, here it is (starting at the mdAL part): This tool has seen some major updates – time to blog about it. ;-). Disclaimer I am not the developer of this tool …

Download all Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Source Code with PowerShell

You might wonder: why would I need this? Why would I need to download source code of Business Central, while I can simply access it through the symbols when I’m working in VSCode – or even better, while I can simply click the symbol, and look at the code from there? Well … Searchability Didn’t …

Live Streaming Lessons Learned

One thing we learned from lessons learned is that we don’t learn from lessons learned. Somebody, alegedly I don’t know where this quote comes from, a one-minute googling didn’t reveal it to me (but it…

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Fun with Interfaces: Patterns

Today I had my fifth live stream. The topic was interfaces, and this time I took a different angle at it: patterns. When I polled about live stream topics you’d like to hear about, most…

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What’s new in Business Central API v2.0

With the release of Business Central 2020 wave 2, a new version of the standard API set has been released. This new version got its own documentation here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav/api-reference/v2.0/. But while looking into it I was missing an overview of ...

BUSINESS CENTRAL CLOUD – HOW-TO UPDATE INSTALLED APPS

BUSINESS CENTRAL CLOUD – HOW-TO UPDATE INSTALLED APPS App updates on AppSource are automatically updated in two ways: • Automatically by Microsoft with each monthly platform update • From the partner or customer (anticipating the automatic monthly update) by going to the Admin Center (specific Apps section) and in case of availability of an update ...

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