Tag Archive: Dynamics 365

Are you “Ready To Go”?

Lately I have been involved in a program from Microsoft that I personally think is really useful. That useful that I’m spending my only spare time at a pool (and not in it) in Bangkok to tell you about it. The Ready To Go Program If you are a partner for Dynamics NAV, you must …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2018/06/25/are-you-ready-to-go/

Function Overloading in AL

I haven’t been blogging much, lately. But in my defence – I put quite some time in another community project, which I blogged about in my previous post (and will blog about in quite a few coming posts…). To keep up the pace of writing at least one post each month (which I have been …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2018/05/29/function-overloading-in-al/

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business central – Resources

Question. Have you heard about something called “Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central”? If not, you must have been sleeping. Because it has been all over.  And it’s going to be released today! Something new, also means new documentation. And I have been drowning in resources on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Allow me to try …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2018/04/02/microsoft-dynamics-365-business-central-resources/

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central – some more info

My last blogpost was merely an announcement of Microsoft’s announcement about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. We are a 24 hours later now, so let’s share some more information about this new release of NAV-In-The-Cloud. I assembled this myself, from blogs, documents, slides, talks and mails – so there is a disclaimer for sure 🙂 …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2018/03/15/microsoft-dynamics-365-business-central-some-more-info/

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft just released the new name for “Microsoft Dynamics 365 ‘Tenerife’”, where “Tenerife” was just a codename for the next version of “NAV-In-The-Cloud”. And as you might have figured from the title, that name is “Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central” You might know I’m totally not into “marketing fluff” or “branding” for that matter – …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2018/03/14/microsoft-dynamics-365-business-central/

I have feedback – what do I do?

There was a good topic the other day on twitter: “How and where do I report feedback about NAV”? No Twitter I shouldn’t be explaining this, but I will, because there was some confusion.. : Do what you want with Twitter or any Social Medium for that matter – but don’t expect Microsoft to pick …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2017/12/15/i-have-feedback-what-do-i-do/

Directions 2017- Key Note 2 – New Client Rendering & Release date information

I’m going to be short on this one – basically because I have missed quite some from the second keynote. Two things I would like to quickly share. Release date information Look at this slide: So, I take from this there is NO release this end-of-year, only a preview we can play and prepare with. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2017/09/18/directions-2017-key-note-2-new-client-rendering-release-date-information/

Directions 2017 – Keynote – Dynamics 365 “Tenerife”

I’m just done with the keynote, and have been writing down quite some notes – so I figured, why not turn this into a blogpost ;-). One with a very clear disclaimer: all the below, is how I percieved it, and might deviate from whatever Microsoft was trying to make clear to us. I repeat …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2017/09/18/directions-2017-keynote-dynamics-365-tenerife/

Add a logo to a C/AL Extension (ExtV1)

Just to set the right expectations – this blog is intended for Extensions Version 1. In other words, extensions that are: developed completely in the well known classic C/SIDE development environment (C/AL). created, installed and published with PowerShell NOT created in VSCode The “old” (in these times still “current”) stuff sort of speak ;-). Why …

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 – what’s really new?

Hello from beautiful Prague at the second day of Directions EMEA. A while ago, I blogged about this slide, without giving too much deeper information: Well – let’s go deeper! But first a disclaimer.  While reading everything below, keep this in mind: a lot is still to be dived into… :-).  Why?  Well, I wrote …

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