The Diary of a CRM Migration – Part 4: If we build it, will they come?
Jul07

The Diary of a CRM Migration – Part 4: If we build it, will they come?

Hello! Along with the joys of trying to find the useful information in the mounds of paperwork, I have also had the joy of spending time with Sven the Swedish Systems Structural Specialist…. Time for a look at how Arthur manages to cope with the Architecture phase of the project. The post The Diary of a CRM Migration – Part 4: If we build it, will they come? appeared first on Hart of the… Continue Reading...

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C/SIDE Development 101 #12 – Closing session – YouTube
Jun18

C/SIDE Development 101 #12 – Closing session – YouTube

In this webinar we close the C/Side development with stories and anektotes from two decades of C/Side and see where we are today source

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using OData V4 Bound Actions – Stefano Demiliani
Jun12

using OData V4 Bound Actions – Stefano Demiliani

I’ve promised this post to some attendees of my last Dynamics 365 Business Central development workshop in Microsoft Italy (c/o Microsoft House) last week. Question was: How can I call Dynamics 365 Business Central logic from an external application? Simple answer given by all: you can publish a codeunit as web service and use the SOAP endpoint. But if I want to use OData? You cannot… Continue Reading demiliani’s Article...

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Using Parameters To Pass Context – Microsoft Forms Pro – YouTube
Jun11

Using Parameters To Pass Context – Microsoft Forms Pro – YouTube

If you’ve used Microsoft Forms, you’ll know it’s pretty straightforward to use and provides you with a quick tool to create surveys and forms to send to people. Enter Microsoft Forms Pro, which is currently in PREVIEW mode, and it’s looking more interesting. Given the name, there will most likely be a cost associated in the future, but for now it’s something that can be tried and tested at no cost. Being...

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