Power BI datamarts are like dataflows with benefits. In case you missed the announcements this week from Microsoft’s Build conference, datamarts are a new major new capability coming to Power BI that are now available in public preview. There are also preview docs available, but the best datamarts content I’ve seen so far is this […]Dataflows with benefits — BI Polar
This is a new preview feature which really looks great. Played with it for a couple of minutes and it looks like another quick win.
So watch the video
As a follow-up to my last post this fits quite well. Good video with lot’s of possible approaches on how to work smarter with email in BC20.
In the past two years I have developed a rather complex emailing solution. I’m making heavy use of the codeunit 400 SMTP Mail which is now longer available in the new version.
So it’s time to make myself feel confident with the new email features. For a quick start I can recommend these two blog posts
As I mentioned several times before I love taking beta exams. So I will give this one a go also.
In order to prepare for exam DP-500 I can highly recommend the content on the Data Mozart homepage. I think the articles are well written and it Is always easy to follow the content. For example I really enjoyed the blog post about Creating Calculation Groups.
Are you a Power Automate user? Are you using workflows to Automate your tasks in Dynamics 365 Business Central? If so, there are good news for you in the air…
The next 2022 Wave 1 version (or version 20) gives you an interesting new feature: the ability to trigger a Power Automate flow directly from Business Central.
What does that means?
This new feature will permit you to create and connect to Dynamics 365 Business Central your instant flows from Power Automate and execute a selected flow in the context of the selected single record (using actions launched from any card page).
Every card and document page that runs in the context of a data table now features a newAutomategroup in the action bar. From that group, users can run manual flows defined for Business Central.
How does it work?
This feature is not switched on by default…
Ursprünglichen Post anzeigen 300 weitere Wörter
Another certification earned. I have to admit it was much harder for me than I expected. But anyway learning is fun even at my age.
Auch wenn ich immer mehr das Gefühl habe, dass ich einer der wenigen bin, den die neue BC Welt fesselt, möchte ich trotzdem auf dieses Projekt verweisen.
Es zeigt einen möglichen Weg, Daten aus Dynamics BC in einen Azure Data Lake zu bringen. Da hier viele spannende Bausteine verwendet werden (BC extension, Azure Storage Accounts, Azure Synapse Pipelines als ETL), ist das auch das perfekte Lernprojekt für mich persönlich.
Yesterday Microsoft has officially presented the Business Central Universal Code initiative (http://aka.ms/BCUniversalcode). For more details about this initiative, I suggest to read Waldo’s post here or my old post on Simplanova’s blog here.
In summary, with this new offering, selling what is called “non-universal code” (alias extensions not targeted to work online) to new Business Central on-premise customers might require to license two additional modules from 2022 onwards (names of these modules are subject to change):
- Module “Implemented code is not in extensions”: if implemented partner code includes base application modifications, this module must be licensed.
- Module “Implemented code is not cloud-optimized”: if the implemented extensions have target = OnPrem, this module must be licensed.
The non-universal code fees have a per full user (Premium or Essential) price with a per-year fee starting from 2023.
The announced timeline is the following:
Ursprünglichen Post anzeigen 809 weitere Wörter