Category: Microsoft Dynamics Business Central

Get all Docker images available for Business Central

You can use below PowerShell script to get all the Docker images available for Business Central. This is very useful if you always work with Docker Containers and want to test your changes with different localizations and different builds.  If you are still new to docker then its better to read my previous blog post …

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Quick Fix : This AL extension version for Visual Studio Code cannot be used with the specified server.

If you recently pulled the latest Business Central image or update the visual studio code you might have already faced this error.  This AL extension version for Visual Studio Code cannot be used with the specified server. Please update the AL extension from the Visual Studio Code marketplace. Additional information:Server details – Runtime: 2.3 – …

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Getting Started with Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs

API (Application Programming Interface) is an interface which allows applications to talk with each other. Simply put, it is more like a website, where you make a call to the server and you get a response from the server.  Dynamics 365 Business Central (D365BC) expose many “ready-to-use” APIs which allows seamless integration experience between other …

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Third consecutive year as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) – Business Applications

Third consecutive year as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. It is a great honor to receive the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.  Thank you, everyone, for helping me out on this great journey.  Thank you and Regards,Tharanga Chandrasekara

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is now official

While waiting at Auckland Airport for my flight to Bangkok to attend Direction Asia, I got a pretty exciting mail from my MVP group. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is now official!  Generally available beginning April 2nd, Business Central offers businesses a single, end to end solution for managing finances, operations, sales and customer service, …

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Understanding COMMIT and transaction scope with temporary records within Microsoft Dynamics NAV

If you did not went through the previous post on “Understanding COMMIT and Transaction Scope within Microsoft Dynamics NAV“,  I suggest you to go through it before start reading this blog post.  What do you think about temporary records and transaction scopes?   Most of developers think temporary records are managed as transactions, but it’s not.  …

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Use of Virtual Table : Date – Microsoft Dynamics NAV

This blog post is about something powerful but hidden within Microsoft Dynamics NAV. I believe many developers always work with dates over and over during their day-today life and i’m sure many of you have done many functions which convert, split and do all sort of things with date. Saying that many developers does not …

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Awarded as Microsoft MVP – 2017

What a great way to start the new year! Second consecutive year as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. It is a great honor to receive the most prestigious award a person who works with Microsoft technologies can receive. The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award. I want to thank all the people who helped me to …

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Preview of Dynamics NAV Development Tools – How to get Started

I think most of you know by now already that Microsoft has released new Development preview for Dynamics NAV. If you still not updated on that yet, then refer below link on the Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV In this blog post we are going to …

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Understanding COMMIT and Transaction Scope within Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Have you tried and thought about what is the transaction scope. In this blog post I am going to discuss little bit about transaction scopes and how the transaction scope works within Microsoft Dynamics NAV.  In order to check the simple scope I am planning to use below code. Pretty simple, its just inserting a record …

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