Showing posts with label MSDYN365BC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MSDYN365BC. Show all posts

Friday, November 8, 2019

DynamicsNAV & Business Central - Internal Movement Error - You Cannot use Location Code.

Hi Readers,

I was handling a support ticket for a customer who is recently upgraded from NAV 2013R2 to Business Central 14.

Customer users use Internal Movement as a part of this process.

When a user is trying to create a New Internal Movement system is generating this error message.

This article/solution is for #NAV2018 & #MSDYN365BC.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

MSDYN365BC - How many free objects?

Hi Readers,

I recently attended the NAVUG / BCUG Summit from the Dynamics Community.

I heard a lot of rumors about free objects in the Business Central on-prem version, so I want to write an article about it based on what I know from Microsoft after creating a ticket with Microsoft.

So if you heard that all custom objects are free with Business Central on Prem, sorry to tell you that You heard it incorrectly.

I am sorry if you feel bad after reading this.

This article clarifies what objects are free with Business Central.

Monday, November 4, 2019

MSDYN365BC - How Do I Replicate Data From on-Prem to SaaS?

Hi Readers,

As Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-prem being in the market for quite a while, some customers started requesting switching to SaaS.

With this being said, I Heard rumors in the community like -

  • There is no way to upgrade data to SaaS from on-Prem.
  • The only way that customers can move to SaaS is via Re-implementation.
  • Replication Tool never works. These Replication tools look good in Microsoft  Slides but they never work.
Customer & Partners - I am not against Re-implementation but I want this decision from customer to Re-implement or Upgrade. I am writing this article to break the myth that no upgrade path to Business Central SaaS.

So let's start steps for Replication to Business Central SaaS.

Friday, September 20, 2019

MSDYN365BC - OnPrem Custom Font with Web Client.

Hi Readers,

Yesterday we stuck with an issue for a customer which we recently upgraded to Business Central 13.x on-prem. It took time to find the solution so I thought to share a solution with everyone.

Issue Description - Report using custom Barcode Font does not work with Web client but works with the windows client.

In this article, we will discuss the issue and resolution on same.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

NAV 2018 / Business Central - Export Electronic Payment 2.

Hi Readers,

Thanks for all your feedback on the first article about Export Electronic Payment.

Wow, I was amazed to see how many questions I received via email on Export Electronic Payment article.

In this article, we will discuss all those questions.

This article applies for any new implementation or if you upgrading a customer from a 2017 or lower to 2018 or higher.

We will have copy certain master data to configure Export Electronic Payments.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

NAV 2018 / Business Central - Export Electronic Payment.

Hi Readers,

There were quite a few changes to EFT in NAV 2018 and unfortunately, it doesn't really work out of the box.

In this article, we will discuss all these changes that are required to set up Electronic Payment in NAV 2018 or Business Central.

Note - 
There is no more "Transmit", it is replaced with “Generate” .
All Screenshot in this article is from NAV 2018 North America Database.

** All Values set below are for the demo. Please specify actual values.

Monday, June 18, 2018

MSDYN365BC - Introduction to VS Code Editor.

Hi all,

In the last article, we have downloaded and setup Business Central Image using dockers & Powershell.

If you are new to this series you can read old articles in this series using this Table of content Page.

In this article, we will discuss New Code Editor which will be required as we go forward to coding using that.

Open Visual Studio Code.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

NAVUG PODCAST - Microsoft MVP Interview June 2018.

Hi All,

I attended UG Focus conference in Indianapolis in May 2017.

I got an opportunity to be a part of a  podcast together with Gunnar and Erik while we were at the UG Focus conference in Indianapolis.

We discussed great stuff about future of Business Central and the community.

The podcast was moderated by great Mark Rhodes.

Thanks, NAVUG for inviting for the Podcast.

Recording of the Podcast is available in SoundCloud. Tune in to Soundcloud and listen to the recording and let us know how do you feel about it.

Saurav Dhyani

Monday, June 11, 2018

MSDYN365BC - Setup Business Central.

Hi All,

In the last article, we installed dockers & Visual Studio Code for windows.

Next step is to download the Business Central Image using dockers and in future articles, we will start hacking or customizing Business Central.

If you are new to this series you can read old articles in this series using this Table of content Page.

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

MSDYN365BC - Install Visual Studio Code.

Hi All,

In the last article, we installed dockers for windows. Most of us know that for coding in Business Central on cloud version we will require to use Visual Studio Code.

We all know that is future, I will leave it to you if you plan to ignore it but that is a clear Roadmap for the product in future. Even Business Central on-prem will allow customizing using NAV Developer environment I think its time we change our mindset and start using Visual studio Code.

In this article, we will discuss installation of Visual Studio code that we will use in future articles to customize business central.

Monday, June 4, 2018

MSDYN365BC - Install Dockers.

Hi All,

The first article in this series is about the installation of dockers for windows. I know there may be some questions about dockers and why a new technology or software with all these changes in Product.

I will try to answer most of these questions and we will also talk about installation of Dockers.

MSDYN365BC - Journey To Business Central Table of Content.

Hi All,

I know I am late on this but I was busy with all these changes and I know you will understand the reason for being late in Journey.

I will try my best to run quickly and will try to cover most of the aspects with respect to this change.

What I need from my readers is a close eye on my articles, questions, suggestions and what I am missing. with your support, I will try to make this transition as smooth as possible.

This does not mean that I will stop posting articles about the pre-BC version of our favorite NAV Versions. I will keep that as active as I can.

This article will act as a placeholder, for all the articles posted for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 365 Business central. So if you are busy I would suggest keeping the bookmark of this article so that you can find all articles MSDYN365BC in one place.

MSDYN365BC Articles -

  1. Install Docker.
  2. Install Visual Studio Code.
  3. Setup Business Central using Dockers.
  4. Introduction To VS Code Editor.

Please keep reading, suggesting and commenting on these articles to make it a great series about MSDYN365BC.

Saurav Dhyani