Clarified Rules for Dynamics 365 Business Central Per Tenant Extensions and AppSource Apps Lifecycle

Dynamics Partners who have Dynamics 365 Business Central Extensions on Microsoft AppSource, and resellers who provide Per Tenant Extensions (PTE) in Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS must align the code with the Microsoft release cycle within set deadlines. An inability to make code compatible and meet the deadlines can cause a serious disruption for the Dynamics Partners and impact end-customer business continuity. Read on to find out more.

Technical Code Changes in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Release Wave 2

October 1st, 2020 was the official release day of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave 2 (version 17). In the new version, Microsoft has introduced many functional platform enhancements. Even though some of the latest release functionality may not be available yet, Microsoft is planning to rollout all of the new functionality between October 2020 and March 2021. In addition, this new release includes only a few technical code changes. Without further ado, let’s look into what’s new in the code.

How to Solve RDL Sandboxing Problems that Arise When Opening SSRS Reports for D365 F&SCM 10.0.13 Platform Update

When upgrading your UAT environment to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management version 10.0.13 platform update 36, you may encounter several problems with SSRS reports. 1ClickFactory’s Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management team has received feedback that Dynamics Partners are already facing some issues in relation to RDL Sandboxing. We would like to share our experience of overcoming these issues as well as insights to help make your upgrade to the newest version of Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management faster and less troublesome.

How do Existing AX Customers Benefit from Moving to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management in the Cloud?

If your customers are still considering whether to move to Dynamics 365 or not, we‘re here to provide an overview of the significant benefits to help your customers make a clear decision and dispel any doubts they may have about migrating to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management.

What to Expect When Moving Your Solution to Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS and AppSource [2]

This is the second part of a two-part blog series on “What to Expect When Moving Your Solution to Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS and AppSource”. In Part 1 of the blog series the technical differences were covered. In this blog, I will cover the costs and operational differences of maintaining customer and ISV Business Central SaaS solutions vs. Business Central On-Premises solutions.

What to Expect When Moving Your Solution to Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS and AppSource [1]

Dynamics 365 Business Central continuously evolves and with each major release comes the long-awaited features. Customizing Business Central through Extensions, eliminates the need to modify the Dynamics 365 Business Central standard code to implement additional functionality and enables the transition to cloud-ready solution. However, the rapid Business Central evolution also brings side effects that Dynamics Partners should be aware of and plan for accordingly. Taking this into account, I’ve created this blog to provide details on the impact of common changes from a technical perspective.

How to Authenticate Through Azure Active Directory (AAD) to Use Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central API

Azure Active Directory (AAD) is useful when you want to control who (users and client applications) can access particular resources (e.g. Microsoft Azure SaaS resources, Office 365 documents and Dynamics 365 installations). One of Azure Active Directory’s (AAD) use cases is 3rd party client application authenticating through AAD to call the API of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central installation (BC). This article covers how to implement such a client application using the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL) and the C# language.

1ClickFactory Software Solution Self-Test (SST) Retires: What’s Next?

1ClickFactory provides a number of services to help Microsoft Dynamics Partners to get Microsoft Dynamics NAV software solutions through the Certified for Microsoft Dynamics (CfMD) process. Since CfMD is not designed for the new Dynamics 365 Business Central technology stack, we get frequent queries from Microsoft Partners. In this blog post, we are summarizing answers to the most frequently asked questions. Please note that the answers are based on 1ClickFactory information only and may change depending on Microsoft processes.

ISMS of Self-Provisioning Service is Now ISO 27001 Certified. What Does it Mean for Our Partners?

One of 1ClickFactory’s top priorities is to always ensure that the Self-Provisioning service is secure by design and that all the processes supporting the service adhere to strong information security controls. However, it wasn’t always easy to explain to different Dynamics Partners and clients how information security is ensured due to different understanding of available technologies and processes. 1ClickFactory decided to get an internationally recognizable information security management certification to help provide more assurance to Dynamics Partners and customers.

Advanced WHS Mobile Device Development: [Part 4] – How to Display Sales Order Line Details

This is the final part of our WHS mobile device development series where we’ve walked through a mobile device development process using process guide framework with Dynamics 365 Finance & Supply Chain Management. In this final part of the blog series, we’ll walk through how to display the sales order line details along with the finishing touches of this mobile device development process.