NAV Business Central – Think different

Upgrading software is hard. Not because merging software is hard. It’s hard because people are creatures of habits. Let me give you an example. We recently upgraded from NAV 2016 to NAV2018. This means big changes to the Customer Card. I’m fine with that. While in the process I moved my customizations to a Page […]

über Using Business Central as Microservice — Mark Brummel Blog | Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Dynamics 365 Business Central – Table trigger events, events, events ….

All this old and new table trigger events mentioned  here:

http://www.kauffmann.nl/2018/03/24/table-trigger-events-in-dynamics-365-business-central/

 

… really remind me of the good old form trigger concept in MS Access. It goes a bit like this: „Where am I going to put my code today?“

 

Integrate NAV with an Azure Machine Learning Model

Ich denke, alleine diese Artikel zeigen anschaulich, dass Microsoft Dynamics NAV nicht mehr länger ein isoliertes ERP-System ist, sondern sich in nahtlos mit anderen MS-Technologien verbinden lässt.

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nav/2018/02/15/smart-solutions-4-integrate-nav-with-an-azure-machine-learning-model-in-less-than-10-steps/

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nav/2018/02/27/smart-solutions-5-basic-integration-nav-azure-machine-learning-web-service/

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nav/2018/03/19/smart-solutions-6-income-predictor-for-dynamics-nav/

Excel ist böse…

Interessanter (Werbe-)Artikel, der wohl bekannte Probleme mit Excel as Reporting Tool aufzeigt. Wobei man muss natürlich sagen, meiner Meinung nach vergleicht man hier wirklich Äpfel mit Birnen. Wie auch ersten Kommentar erwähnt, wenn ich Excel + Power Query + Power Pivot + Power BI (Service) herannehme, dann sind wir hier schon eher bei einem fairen Match. Auch der Satz „Correctness is not mission critical.“ würde ich so nicht stehen lassen,  Fehler kann ich in jeder Lösung „einbauen“, egal welches Tool eingesetzt wird.

https://appsilondatascience.com/blog/rstats/2018/03/13/excel-is-obsolete.html

Microsoft Dynamics NAV and GDPR: what’s next?

Stefano Demiliani

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25, 2018 and represents a significant overhaul of data protection legislation; the accountability principle will mean that businesses will need to examine how they hold and use data and take steps to demonstrate compliance with the data protection principles.

With the release of NAV 2018 Cumulative Update 3 last week, Microsoft has done a first step on making NAV GDPR compliant. This Cumulative Update adds Data Classification to your NAV tables and this is the NAV version you need to deploy as soon as possible in order to be at least „level 0“ GDPR compliant.

When installing NAV 2018 CU3 and open properties of a Table’s field, you can see the new DataClassification property:

NAVDataClassification_01.jpg

The DataClassification property can be set on table objects and field controls:

Classification Description Examples
CustomerContent Content directly provided/created by admins and users…

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