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.
Machine Learning is everywhere. It does promise a bright future with auto-pilots and self-driving cars. And it brings nightmares with facial recognition and self-fulfilling prophecies. But because Dynamics NAV and Business Central are straight business, let’s keep things easy and have a look at Machine Learning applications, which Microsoft integrates into NAV 2017, NAV 2018 and Business Central.
Let’s put the buzzwords to the side and have a look into the current possibilities of Machine Learning from a Dynamics NAV and Dynamics 365
In autumn 2018, Microsoft plans to combine the cloud-product Dynamics 365 with the on-premise solution Dynamics NAV. The name and the code base will become
We are happy to share the Spring ’18 release notes for Microsoft Business Applications. It summarizes all new and updated features shipping in the Spring wave, starting in April. You can download the release notes here. In many ways, our Spring ’18 release marks the beginning of a new era for Microsoft Business Applications
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Microsoft released comprehensive Release Notes of Dynamics 365. When you have a question about the future of Dynamics 365, you will find the answer probably in this document!