Category: Microsoft Dynamics 365

AL: Dependencies to System and Base Application

Another draft post that I forgot to publish.  From version 15 onwards, Microsoft decided to split the entire application into 2 apps.  System Application Base Application From going forward if you are developing an app on top of the Business Central, it must have a dependency on System Application and Base Application.  This does not …

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AL: Action Property must have a value

This blog post was sitting on my draft folder for the past few months and finally got time to hit the publish button.  AL compiler getting smarter day by day. In previous versions even if we declare an action and never implement the OnAction trigger or assign the RunObject property it never gave a warning …

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Report back from Directions EMEA 2019: Technical

The first-day keynote was packed with stats and exciting announcements from Microsoft. As for the Microsoft general manager Toby Bowers, 1400+ partners selling Business Central worldwide. 4000+ customers actively using Business Central. 450+ business central solutions are available on AppSource. The number of users doubled compared to last year.     This clearly indicates that Business …

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Report back from Directions EMEA 2019

Starting from the second week of July to today, I had a completely packed schedule. It is a simple explanation about me blogging about the Directions EMEA after two months. August month started with 4 different Dynamics 365 Saturday community events every weekend and then came the Directions EMEA, after a few weeks time NAV …

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How to change the version of the AL Language compiler

Microsoft released a new update to AL Language extension for VS Code. With this new update, the compiler does a few pre-checks before compiling the objects and packages them into a .app file.  Most probably you will have to do minor changes to your extension codebase to work with the new compiler. Otherwise, you will …

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Platform property is still required in app.json

With the Wave 2 release, Microsoft did convert all the C/AL objects into AL. Since they want to lead by example they wanted their own code to be on extensions as well. Plus they wanted to split the objects based on its functionality. After converting to AL, Microsoft put the objects into below two extensions: System …

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How to handle breaking changes?

Wagner and I are on our way to Vienna to present at Directions EMEA, and now we got into our second flight after flying over 15000Km from Auckland New Zealand, to Dubai. We got another 6 hours to complete on this flight before we step our foot in Vienna. Went through the in-flight entertainment system, …

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Directions EMEA 2019 : We safely landed in Vienna

We safely landed in Vienna after flying over more than 18000+ Km. This is just normal to most of us who live on the edge of the world. As our prime minister used says even the shortest flight to our neighbor is more than 4 hours away. So flying for more than 24 hours is quite common …

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Too many requests reached

What is the maximum number of API requests Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can handle within a one minute?  Ran into this question a couple of months ago, specifically soon after the April release. Most of our Azure Logic Apps integrations to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central started to fail due to API endpoint changes.  …

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How to inject data to Customer Address Line 2 using Microsoft Business Central API

Creating a customer record in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a topic I blogged about in one of my previous blog posts. If you have not read them yet I suggest you read it before going through this for better understanding.  Part 01: Getting Started with Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs Part 02: Understanding Microsoft Business …

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