“What is available for this item?” is a simple question. Dangerously simple! Why? Because the definition of “Available” varies significantly.
Using Business Central I work with to teach about development by making a game using it, an hour at a time, talking about the why’s and how’s of development.
Using the open source Poedit tool, you can rapidly work on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central XLIFF / XLF translation files.
If you’re just joining us, please make sure to check the Table of Contents in the first post here: Post 1 – Angular inside Dynamics 365 Business Central. Send Our Data Between Embedded Angular and Dynamics 365 Business Central One of the challenges to doing development work with Add-ins when you’re used to working C/AL […]
At our shop, we were doing a real big upgrade – Classic NAV (no SQL) all the way up to 2018. We hit a weird error message about the Locked and Locked By fields missing when trying to modify any records: Since our upgrade lead hadn’t seen “Invalid column name ‘Locked’” before, and neither had […]
We have a customer coming online using Dynamics 365 Business Central On-Premise CU1 with a mix of Essentials Users and Team Members. While setting their staff up, we discovered an interesting trouble and I wanted to share a work-around in case anyone else has this pop up: You do not have the following permissions on […]