Da ich gerade in einem Projekt mit dem Thema „Linked Server“ konfrontiert wurde, ist dieser Artikel ein guter Einstieg in die Thematik. Auch das erwähnte Video ist sehr empfehlenswert. Natürlich ist das Thema komplex, aber mit etwa Recherche im Internet kann beliebig in die Tiefe gegangen werden:
Recently Microsoft added Business process flows to their Microsoft Flow platform. If you thought that this was just like Flow then you will very quickly find out that it is not.
A bit of background first
As part of Dynamics 365 there is the Process Center.
Within the Process Center you can maintain processes within Dynamics 365.
By clicking on one of the process links you get to the process maintenance screen.
This is where you can add steps to your flow in Dynamics 365
For my Flow followers a quick overview of what this gives to us in Dynamics 365. In the below screenshot you can see the green section that shows the different stages in a process related to leads.
This green section is where users are guided to fill in certain bits of data. The matching process for the above lead is shown below. The 4 blue…
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This seems to be a problem for many partners and developers that have start working with Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise in these days and this is not actually well documented in my opinion.
I think that you already know that when developing a page with the AL language extension for Dynamics 365 Business Central in the cloud, you need to set ApplicationArea and UsageCategory properties in order to see your page in Search.
If you open a Dynamics NAV 2018 page with CSIDE, you don’t have these properties available, while if you open the same page with Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise, now you have them available:
What happens now is that if you create a new page in CSIDE with C/AL, set the ApplicationArea and UsageCategory properties and add that page to a Menusuite, often you can see the page in Windows Client search but not on…
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Last week was Ignite 2018 time. A week full of announcements from all Microsoft product groups. Twitter and other social media channels were full of messages mentioning the news. For me – as a non-attendee – it was fun to read through the news flood – but hard to find a summary of all the […]
I really enjoyed watching this video. Why? I love the concept of Self Service BI. But you need to have business critical data maintained at one single place (Single Source of Truth).
I was super-excited when, a few days ago, the long-awaited integration of Power Query into Microsoft Flow was announced. I was then gutted when work commitments meant I couldn’t blog about it right away and Erik Svensen beat me to it with this excellent post showing how to push data from SQL Server via Power […]
Es wurde ja schon oft genug gesagt, auch in Power BI ist das A und O eines erfolgreichen Projektes ein gut durchdachtes Datenmodell. Hier mal ein Beitrag, der aus Sicht vom SQL Server zeigt, wie so ein Designprozess aussehen kann.