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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.

How to Overcome Data Size Limitations When Upgrading to Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS

Every day at work we generate data. The longer the company’s history, the more data it accumulates. Many organizations want to take advantage of the data on Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS to get better visibility into business processes, actionable insights and pipeline intelligence. However, there are data size limitations when migrating solutions to Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS. It is not a problem for small companies with relatively small database size, but for larger organizations with complex business processes, it can become a serious challenge. Read this blog post to learn how to overcome this challenge.

Is it Time to Take your Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP Online?

We’ve seen lots of businesses adapting to 2020 challenges by going online, either by migrating physical marketplaces to e-commerce solutions or by making their data accessible and more reachable through web solutions. Therefore, it’s a good time for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (e.g. Microsoft Dynamics NAV/ Dynamics 365 Business Central) system owners to consider whether they want to be more integrated and visible on the web. Is it time to take your Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP online?

Organizing Code for a Seamless Transition from C/AL to Extensions in AL: Part 1

Since Business Central 2019 release wave 2 (version 15), the application has become completely AL-based. All functionality that modifies standard business logic must be moved into an Extension. This change influences how upgrades are performed and impacts all the solutions that are still in C/AL, making Dynamics partners consider transitioning to Extensions in AL. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through some of the steps you can take to organize the code in the existing C/AL coding language before the transition. Following these practical advices will facilitate the transition from C/AL to AL, making it as seamless as possible.

How to write code with Enum and Interface in Business Central?

With the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2019 wave 2 release, Microsoft made available a new data type – Enumeration (Enum). Enum is a list that consists of a set of named constants. It can be used as table fields, local and global variables, and parameters. In this blog post, you will learn how to write code with Enum, create and implement the interface in Business Central and how it will empower extendable Enums.

Transitioning from Dynamics NAV/Business Central C/AL to AL: steps to make

This is the second part of the blog post “C/AL to Extension transition alternatives: how to choose wisely.” In the first part, we reviewed the three alternatives to transition from C/AL to AL. If you haven’t read Part 1 yet, check it out now! In this blog post, we will look closer at the transition steps you need to make when moving custom functionality from C/AL to Extension in AL.

C/AL to Extension transition alternatives: how to choose wisely?

When transitioning from C/AL to Dynamics 365 Business Central Extension, you will encounter several transition alternatives, and it might be tricky to make the right choice. Read this blog post about the transition alternatives when moving from C/AL to Extension to learn how to differentiate between them to be able to make a smarter choice.