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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.

How to set up an Extension Development Environment using Visual Studio Code

As a leading Microsoft Dynamics Cloud Software Factory, and one of the largest providers of Dynamics NAV/Dynamics 365 Business Central on Azure services globally, we often receive questions from Microsoft Partners about the configuration of Extension Development Environments.

Therefore, we’ve created a two-part blog series to share our best practices and to address the issues that Partners most commonly come across. In part one, we’ll be reviewing how to set up an Extension Development Environment using Visual Studio Code.

 

The time to upgrade to Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS is NOW

The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS platform, with Navision at its core, has over 30 years of history and continuous product improvements. Today this time-tested, cutting-edge technology helps to revolutionize the way we do business, by providing enhanced functionality and support for ERP computing in the cloud. But when to upgrade to Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS, now or later?

A Review of 2019 & Predictions For 2020 – From 1ClickFactory CEO

The Cloud Is Coming…Has Arrived

Most of you are familiar with the fable about the boy who cried wolf. For me, the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Cloud offerings have been a bit like that the past few years. 

Speed Up The Transition From C/AL to Extensions

The technological changes in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS market require a lot of preparation from Microsoft Dynamics Partners. Dynamics Partners often struggle to understand the level of disruption and the resources required to successfully adapt. Thus, when transitioning from C/AL to Dynamics 365 Business Central Extensions, Dynamics Partners often look for an experienced consultant or solution architect who can help to analyze Microsoft Dynamics NAV solutions. It usually takes around 2-3 weeks to figure out how big the changeover to an Extension can be, which is time consuming and costly; an exercise that can often result in delays to the project.