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 […]
Basic Newsletter AL Extension I’m not going to rewrite the guide for setting up your VS Code environment for Extension development, but we’ll go through the basic steps of creating your extension assuming you have a functional NAV/BC environment to work with. In our VS Code window, Alt-A then Alt-L will trigger the AL Project […]