Executing your .exe tasks on a Cloud environment by using Azure Functions

I think that many of you on your Dynamics NAV or Dynamics 365 Business Central projects have tasks executed by using console applications (.exe) scheduled by using Windows Task Scheduler or other systems. This works good for on-premise environments (just take your .exe application, create a new schedule with Windows Task Scheduler and you’re ready to go), but what about using these .exe…

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Executing your .exe tasks on a Cloud environment by using Azure Functions

I think that many of you on your Dynamics NAV or Dynamics 365 Business Central projects have tasks executed by using console applications (.exe) scheduled by using Windows Task Scheduler or other systems. This works good for on-premise environments (just take your .exe application, create a new schedule with Windows Task Scheduler and you’re ready…

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Author: Stefano Demiliani

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