If you are a developer or consultant who works for a modern Business Central-project that includes the integration of 3rd party services – you might come across this error while using HttpClient. Find out in this article why it happens, what do to about it and in which situation you have to live with it.
With the release of Business Central, Microsoft introduced the concept of Extensions. An Extension is a secluded function to the standard functions of Business Central. It’s a great concept – but it comes with an annoying flaw. Read in this article how you can avoid to add a dependency to your Extension.
Getting the head out of the Dynamics bubble, you may encounter that Dynamics NAV and Business Central do have a (less favorable) reputation: Database locks. Every customer can report at least one story about it. In an overall good system, this could be a deal breaker – that’s why Microsoft invested into this topic recently.
Find out how to query a SQL server and save the result as XML in Business Central using DotNet with only 4 lines of code.
Find out an easy way to handle File Attachments in Extensions for Business Central here (with code).
Mostly web services offered through an API do require special ways of authorisation. Recently I’ve came across the Royal Mail API which doesn’t work without
VSCode follows a design which offers an integrated work experience. Therefore is the creation and management of branches an easy task. This article describes how
Fortunately, this kind of branch does not require green fingers. Branches are a great tool to organize multiple versions of AL-code and keep a brigade
Creating a new repository in VSCode is quite easy and can be done by using the keyboard only. This article will guide through the steps