At DynamicsCon 2020 earlier this month, there was a great keynote by Dona Sakar. In that, she raised a good call: there’s large unemployment and there’s a looming/present shortage in skilled professionals in IT. However, the information in that keynote spoke to a larger segment of the technology sector. For many partners, end users, and other types of organizations […]
Using the open source Poedit tool, you can rapidly work on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central XLIFF / XLF translation files.
Small helpful thing, wanted to share. I often have my Windows 10 Explorer Preview Pane on, and it’d be nice to preview AL Code in it as text. So, here’s how to enable that.
So, as with all things tech, a Final Answer is subject to change. 😀 In a Microsoft Readiness newsletter today, I got some happy news (besides the huge 1:2 change to 1:3 for conversions of Full Users): Dynamics 365 Business Central External Accountant and System Administrator User Business Central on-premises customer licenses have been […]
As we have multiple Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central On-Premise customers coming online this year that have opted to purchase CALs (the perpetual license model) rather than SALs (the subscription license model), this topic was very important to us to better understand how we can support our customers. You may have followed along with my […]
Early last month, I had outlined my concern about the Licensing Guide (PartnerSource access required), particularly talking about Dynamics 365 Business Central On-Premise CAL licensing for Named Users. Partners need to access production environments for tasks on a regular basis. Under the Named User licensing, we need a Named User for that access. This appeared to […]