Azure SQL Database Deploy | Relational Database in Azure | Intellipaat – YouTube
Oct30

Azure SQL Database Deploy | Relational Database in Azure | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥Intellipaat Azure training: https://intellipaat.com/microsoft-azure-masters-program-training/ In this Azure SQL database deploy tutorial you will learn how azure is offering database services and how you can use database with azure. #AzureSQLDatabaseDeploy #AzureSQLDatabaseTutorial #RelationalDatabaseinAzure #AzureSQLDatabaseTraining #AzureSQLDatabase #MicrosoftAzureSQLDatabaseTutorial #Intellipaat 📌 Do subscribe to Intellipaat...

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Hands on with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Fall 2020 Release: Deploy system database
Oct21

Hands on with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Fall 2020 Release: Deploy system database

This post is part of the Hands on with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Fall 2020 Release series where I am hands on with the newly released Microsoft Dynamics GP Fall 2020 Release. With the client installed, the next step is to deploy the system database. Do this by launching GP Utilities from the Windows Start menu and log in using the sa account: Click Next on the Welcome step: Select the… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article...

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Setup  BYOD/Azure SQL for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations | Bring Your Own Database
Oct11

Setup BYOD/Azure SQL for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations | Bring Your Own Database

Setup Bring Your Own Database (BYOD) for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations- How to set up & Configure BYOD in D365 F&O Set up configuration to Azure SQL DB The post Setup BYOD/Azure SQL for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations | Bring Your Own Database appeared first on All About Microsoft Dynamics. Continue Reading Piyush Adhikari’s Article on their blog Setup BYOD/Azure SQL for Dynamics 365 Finance &...

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Setup  BYOD/Azure SQL for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations | Bring Your Own Database – YouTube
Oct11

Setup BYOD/Azure SQL for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations | Bring Your Own Database – YouTube

My blog – www.allaboutdynamic.com My linkedin – https://www.linkedin.com/in/piyush-a-84a98a179/ Setup Bring Your Own Database (BYOD) for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations- How to set up & Configure BYOD in D365 F&O Set up configuration to Azure SQL DB source

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How to create new (missing) columns for entities in your Data Export Service Azure SQL database
Sep28

How to create new (missing) columns for entities in your Data Export Service Azure SQL database

Usually the Data Export Service (DES) automatically picks up changes on entities and creates new fields/columns in the Azure SQL database that is connected to your DES profile. Our experience was that this automatism is not always reliable thus we had to come up with a workaround. Microsoft Support suggested us to create missing columns on the export database ourselves manually, which I did. As… Continue Reading Andreas...

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Deploy SQL Database in Azure | Azure SQL | Azure SQL Database Tutorial | Intellipaat – YouTube
Sep07

Deploy SQL Database in Azure | Azure SQL | Azure SQL Database Tutorial | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥 Intellipaat Azure training: https://intellipaat.com/microsoft-azure-masters-program-training/ #DeploySQLdatabaseinAzure #AzureSQL #DatabaseInAzure #SQLDataBase #AzureSQLDatabaseTutorial #AzureTraining #AzureCertification #AzureCourse #Intellipaat 🔴 Webinar Registration Link : https://bit.ly/2Mckt39 📕 Read the complete Azure tutorial here: https://intellipaat.com/blog/tutorial/microsoft-azure-tutorial/ 📔 Interested to learn Azure...

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Power Automate: Transfer records from SharePoint list to Azure SQL database
Sep03

Power Automate: Transfer records from SharePoint list to Azure SQL database

Majority of times, when we are working with various data sources, we want information to go from one source to another, conditioned to the occurrence of an event. Today, I will show you how to transfer records from a SharePoint list to Azure SQL database tables in response to a timesheet approval event. In the process, you will learn how I leveraged the existing Power Apps Expense template app… Continue Reading Mariano...

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Full Database Cleanup Routine, Part 3
Jul22

Full Database Cleanup Routine, Part 3

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 07/21/20. In part 2, we talk how to collect some data and shrink our database. Here are the results. After part 2, here are the numbers, with charts, to show how different areas of the system were affected. As a refresher, here are the companies we will be looking at: AAA – All buy, make, sell, and retail sale operations in one legal entity with WMS… Continue Reading Nathan Clouse’s...

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NAV Classic – Database Login To Windows Login.
Jul20

NAV Classic – Database Login To Windows Login.

Hi Readers,Most of you may not want to see this, but I would like to keep this information for me.As most of you know that I live and breath Upgrades for Dynamics NAV / Business Central.Currently I am upgrading a customer from NAV 4 Native to Business Central. As its challenging there is so much learning too.#DynamicsNAV Read Complete Article » Continue Reading Saurav Dhyani’s Article on their blog NAV Classic – Database...

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Full Database Cleanup Routine, Part 2
Jul20

Full Database Cleanup Routine, Part 2

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 07/19/20. In part 1, we talk about the process of cleaning. Now we’re going to do it. In part 1 of this series, we talk about how to clean up your database. Now, we’re going to run that process and record the changes as they occur and evaluate what those changes mean. We’ll still be sticking with weight lifting puns here and there.  What We’ll Be Measuring… Continue Reading...

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Auto-scaling your Azure SQL database with Logic Apps
Jun16

Auto-scaling your Azure SQL database with Logic Apps

I think that you know that I’m a huge fan of using Azure SQL database for your workloads in the cloud. With Azure SQL you can choose how many CPU you want to use (DTU), how much storage you need, and then you can dynamically change these parameters any time when needed. Obviously, in the cloud world an infinite power is also directly related to costs. As an example, imagine to have a… Continue Reading demiliani’s...

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Dynamics 365 CRM Execute messages in a single database transaction
Jun11

Dynamics 365 CRM Execute messages in a single database transaction

It is a common requirement in business applications to coordinate changes of multiple records in the system so that either all the data changes succeed, or none of them do. In database terms, this is known as executing multiple operations in a single transaction with the ability to roll back all data changes should any… Continue reading Dynamics 365 CRM Execute messages in a single… Continue Reading BIPIN KUMAR’s...

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Refresher On Database Upgrade Scripts for D365 F&O
Jun05

Refresher On Database Upgrade Scripts for D365 F&O

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 06/04/20. Tags:  Upgrade Database Sample database upgrade scripts with use cases. Database upgrade scripts from AX 2012 to D365 F&O have changed a little when you compare them to AX 2009 to AX 2012 upgrade scripts. We’re going to cover a few use cases and script samples for how to perform… Continue Reading Nathan Clouse’s Article on their blog Refresher On Database Upgrade...

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How to view database locks in business central
May25

How to view database locks in business central

Do you remember this screen from classic client where in we can find who has locked whom. Once we get blocking id then we try to kill those sessions using sql command . How to view such detail in business central. This view detail information like which object id and which function is causing the database locks. Hope this will help you. Stay tuned for more updates. Continue Reading Ammolh Saallvi’s Article on their blog How to...

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Full Database Cleanup Routine, Part 1
May13

Full Database Cleanup Routine, Part 1

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 05/12/20. Over time your database size can grow quite large, depending on you use AX / Finance and Operations. Let’s talk about trimming down. Some of you may not know that I enjoy weight lifting in my spare time. I’m not especially good at it but its still a hobby I enjoy. I thought it would be fun to talk about our AX / F&O databases like they are a body… Continue Reading Nathan...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 5.
May08

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 5.

Hi Readers,Thanks for the great response to this series.In this article, we will do data migration from Business Central 14 to Business Central 2019 Wave 2(15).During Upgrade we will use Custom Microsoft Base Application Extension that we developed in the Last Article.This is part 2 of the upgrade which only contains steps that need to be executed in Business Central 15.For other Articles in… Continue Reading Saurav...

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Dynamics 365 and creating a reporting database
Apr27

Dynamics 365 and creating a reporting database

Data migration takes at least 4 times longer than everyone estimates #HoskWisdom It’s a common requirement to create a different data source for reporting this allows data to be aggregated and reduces the load on your production instance of Dynamics 365. This post will look at the options to replicate your Dynamics 365 database to a SQL database. Azure SQL database < p id=”0fd1″ class=”hp hq ap by hr b hs it hu iu...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 4.
Mar24

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 4.

Hi Readers,Thanks for the great response to this series.In this article, we will do data migration from Business Central 14 to Business Central 2019 Wave 2(15).During Upgrade we will use Custom Microsoft Base Application Extension that we developed in the Last Article.This is part 1 of the upgrade which only contains steps that need to be executed in Business Central 14.For other Articles in… Continue Reading Saurav...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 3.
Mar16

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 3.

Hi Readers,Thanks for the great response to this series.In this article, we will do customization in the Microsoft Base Application Extension that we setup in the Last Article.For Reading all Previous Articles in this series Refer here.#MSDYN365BC #BC2019Wave2For other Articles in this series Refer Here. Read Complete Article » Continue Reading Saurav Dhyani’s Article on their blog MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 2.
Mar09

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 2.

Hi Readers,Thanks for the great response to this series.In this article, we will setup the Microsoft Base App (From Business Central 2019 Wave 2) for our Upgrade Merge.Consider this as Restoring a Target Database From Product DVD that we will merge our customization on. As in Business Central 2019 Wave 2, there are no objects we will setup the Base Application that we will use in future… Continue Reading Saurav Dhyani’s...

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“How-to” use the restored Business Central SaaS database on On-premise environment – Part II
Mar05

“How-to” use the restored Business Central SaaS database on On-premise environment – Part II

“How-to” use the restored Business Central SaaS database on On-premise environment – Part II Some have written to me about the possibility of using the Business Central SaaS database restored on SQL Server in a Business Central On-premise environment. In my old post I actually illustrated how to back up the SaaS db so you can save it on Azure Services and download it for restoration on the… Continue Reading rstefanetti’s...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 1.
Mar04

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database – Part 1.

Hi Readers,In this article, we will do some quick customization in a Business Central Spring 2019 Release(14) and we will use that database in this series to upgrade to Business Central 2019 Wave 2 (15).As I said earlier I will be using Business Central 14 (Cumulative Update 08) and that is the only version that I can use to Upgrade to Business Central 15 (Cumulative Update 03).If you have a… Continue Reading Saurav...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database.
Mar02

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an Modified C/AL Database.

Hi Readers,In this article, we will discuss Upgrading a database to Business Central Wave 2 from Business Central Spring 2019 Release (14.x).This all is for a Business Central Spring Database that does include C/AL Code Customization.I didn't want to write this article but as multiple people requested it I am writing it but I don't support this approach.#MSDYN365BC #BC2019Wave2 Read Complete… Continue Reading Saurav...

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Using Publish Profiles to Deploy a DACPAC Database Without User Accounts
Feb09

Using Publish Profiles to Deploy a DACPAC Database Without User Accounts

Often, when developing a database as a data-tier application package (more commonly known as DACPAC), you will need to execute regular deployments onto a local SQL Server instance, to verify that you haven’t accidentally broken anything when changing your database. Where this can get potentially complicated is when you are also managing security objects (contained user accounts, database… Continue Reading The CRM...

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Calling the LCS Database Movement API in your Azure DevOps pipeline
Jan28

Calling the LCS Database Movement API in your Azure DevOps pipeline

I talked about the LCS Database Movement API in a post not long ago, and in this one I’ll show how to call the API using PowerShell from your Azure DevOps Pipelines. What for? Basically, automation. Right now the API only allows the refresh from one Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations environment to … Continue reading Calling the LCS Database Movement API in your Azure DevOps… Continue Reading Adrià...

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LCS Database movement REST API
Dec17

LCS Database movement REST API

Since last October we’ve been able to try the preview of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Database Movement API which allows us to list and download DB backups and start DB refreshes using a REST API. If you want to join the preview you first need to be part of the MSDyn365FO Insider Program where you can join the “Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Insider Community“…. Continue Reading...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an unmodified C/AL Database.
Nov14

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Upgrading an unmodified C/AL Database.

Hi Readers,In this article, we will discuss Upgrading a database to Business Central Wave 2 from Business Central Spring 2019 Release (14.x).This all is for a Business Central Spring Database that does not include any C/AL Code Customization. The database can only include Third Party and Custom Extensions.With this upgrade, we will replace the C/AL base application with a new Business Central… Continue Reading Saurav...

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Business Central SaaS Exporting Database Backup and Restore it on your Sql Server
Nov07

Business Central SaaS Exporting Database Backup and Restore it on your Sql Server

Business Central SaaS Exporting Database Backup and Restore it on your Sql Server Since some days, Microsoft has activated the feature for downloading a backup of a Business Central SaaS Azure SQL Database directly from Admin Center. A selected database (in this case a BC v15 Wave 2 production database) can be backuped and exported as a “.bacpac” file; this file will be saved into an “Azure… Continue Reading rstefanetti’s...

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Dynamics 365 Business Central: exporting a database backup from a SaaS tenant
Nov06

Dynamics 365 Business Central: exporting a database backup from a SaaS tenant

Microsoft has recently activated the feature for downloading a backup of a Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS tenant. A database can be exported from a selected environment as a .bacpac file, can be automatically saved into an Azure Storage account and from there you can download it offline and restore it into your on-premise network (multi-tenant database). How this feature works? As a first… Continue Reading demiliani’s...

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Hands On with Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2019 Release: Deploy system database
Nov01

Hands On with Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2019 Release: Deploy system database

This post is part of the Hands On with Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2019 Release series where I am going hands on with the new version of Microsoft Dynamics GP. As mentioned in the last post, the client installation these days includes the server installation. With one client now installed, the next step is to deploy the system database. Do this by launching GP Utilities from the Windows… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Setup a New Database?
Oct21

MSDYN365BC 2019 Wave 2 – Setup a New Database?

Hi Readers,Please follow the link for all published articles about 2019 Wave 2.As discussed in the last article, we will discuss steps to set up a new database with the Business central Wave 2 2019 release.This is a long process so I would suggest the following steps when you have free time.As there is no Development Environment all the steps need to be done via Powershell. So let's open… Continue Reading Saurav...

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MSDYN35BC 2019 Wave 2 – How Do I Create a New Database?
Oct08

MSDYN35BC 2019 Wave 2 – How Do I Create a New Database?

Hi Readers,In previous articles, we have setup a demo environment for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2019 Wave 2 Release.Please follow the link for all published articles about 2019 Wave 2.In this article, we will discuss how to create a new database in 2019 Wave 2.With Business Central 2019 Wave 2, as there is no development environment then how we cannot create a new database? Read… Continue Reading Saurav...

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Creating an Azure SQL Database backup via Powershell
Sep20

Creating an Azure SQL Database backup via Powershell

I have several Azure SQL databases (mainly Microsoft Dynamics NAV databases) on different Azure subscriptions and often I need to download a backup for some of them. Yesterday I’ve decided to automate this process by using Powershell and the Azure REST APIs (in particular the Database – Export API). I want to have a Powershell scripts that connect to an Azure SQL Database, creates a backup… Continue Reading...

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Changing System Database Name After Installing the Microsoft Dynamics GP Client
Aug07

Changing System Database Name After Installing the Microsoft Dynamics GP Client

I was installing a new VM to do some testing on and, after installing the Microsoft Dynamics GP, I ran GP Utilities and realised that I had an mistake in the system database name I had defined; the SQL Server I am using already had a deployment of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on it, so could not use my usual name of D18R2 and had to use an alternative. I had decided to name the system database… Continue Reading Ian...

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GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features: New in Build 27: Database Tools Module Enhancements
Jul18

GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features: New in Build 27: Database Tools Module Enhancements

This post is part of the New Features in GP Power Tools Build 27 sub-series of the GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features series in which I’m taking a look at the changes and new features since I last blogged about GP Power Tools. The fourth area of new features I’m going to cover, is the Database Tools module in which there is one new feature: SQL Login Maintenance window A new SQL Log… Continue Reading Ian...

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Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise performances to the max with Azure SQL Database Hyperscale
Jul17

Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise performances to the max with Azure SQL Database Hyperscale

When you’re start implementing Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise (because you’re not ready for the SaaS now), one of the good decision you can take today is to move your database to the cloud. I’ve written in the past different posts on when and why using Azure SQL Database or SQL Server installed on an Azure VM with Dynamics 365 Business Central (same is for NAV if you want). You can… Continue Reading...

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GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features: New in Build 26: Database Tools Module Enhancements
Jul10

GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features: New in Build 26: Database Tools Module Enhancements

This post is part of the New Features in GP Power Tools Build 26 sub-series of the GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features series in which I’m taking a look at the changes and new features since I last blogged about GP Power Tools. The fourth area of new features I’m going to cover, is the Database Tools module in which there are a number of new features: New password length Database… Continue Reading Ian...

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Create new CDS Environment and Database quickly from PowerApps Admin Center
Jul01

Create new CDS Environment and Database quickly from PowerApps Admin Center

With the April 2019 Updates, you can straight way create new D365 instances right from the PowerPlatform Admin Center. Create New Environment Follow these steps to create your environment from PowerPlatform Admin Center Go to https://admin.powerapps.com/environments and you’ll see an option to create New Environment. Fill suitable details and proceed. Also, check the last section in this… Continue Reading...

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Resolving AADSTS50126: Invalid username or password Errors During Azure SQL Database Deployment Task (Azure DevOps Pipelines)
Jun23

Resolving AADSTS50126: Invalid username or password Errors During Azure SQL Database Deployment Task (Azure DevOps Pipelines)

A few weeks ago on the blog, we saw how it was possible to configure Azure Active Directory (AAD) Security Groups as an access mechanism for your Azure SQL Databases. Depending on how this feature is utilised, it has enormous potential to reduce the amount of administrative effort involved when managing access to your databases at scale. Also, the solution can even help to increase security,… Continue Reading The CRM...

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“Database must be compatibility level 130 or higher for replication to function” when setting up #MSDYN365BC Intelligent Cloud sync
Apr04

“Database must be compatibility level 130 or higher for replication to function” when setting up #MSDYN365BC Intelligent Cloud sync

As of recent, I’ve been honing on my Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC) skills, without leaving my beloved Microsoft Dynamics GP behind. One of the things that I have been working on is making sure customers understand the BI insights gained via data replication between the two systems. As a result, I am always working through the replication configuration a few times a… Continue Reading Mariano Gomez’s...

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MSDYN365BC – Futuristic CAL Development – UnBoxing  Database Trigger Event.
Feb13

MSDYN365BC – Futuristic CAL Development – UnBoxing Database Trigger Event.

Hi Readers,Last article we subscribed a Trigger Events. As promised in this post we will understand Database Trigger Events in Base C/AL Code.If you are new to this series then Please Refer Table of Index.With this article, I will try to clarify all doubts and questions about  Database Trigger Events.This will help Developers to subscribe to Database Trigger Events. Let's discuss that in… Continue Reading Saurav...

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Moving an on-premise Dynamics 365 Business Central database to Azure SQL via Powershell – Stefano Demiliani
Feb07

Moving an on-premise Dynamics 365 Business Central database to Azure SQL via Powershell – Stefano Demiliani

If I have an on-premise installation of Dynamics 365 Business Central, can I move my database from a local SQL Server to Azure SQL by automating this task (no manual processing)? I’ve received this question in a forum some days ago and I remember that I had previously created a script for this task in the past. Today I’ve found it on my repos and it’s the time to share it 🙂 Moving… Continue Reading demiliani’s Article on...

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Update Links in Database – azurecurve
Jan21

Update Links in Database – azurecurve

This post is part of the series on Local by Flywheel. In the last post of this series, I restored the database from my live blog into Local by Flywheel. The next step is to change the references in the database from my live domain address (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk) to the one local to Local by Flywheel (azurecurve.local). I did this by running the following SQL query against the… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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Upload Own Database – azurecurve
Jan20

Upload Own Database – azurecurve

This post is part of the series on Local by Flywheel. To migrate an existing site into Local by Flywheel, the first step is to restore your database. To make the backup, I used the mySQL Workbench, but many tools can be used to make and restore a backup of the database. The first step is to backup your database from your current web host. Once you have this backup file, you need to… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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Requesting the backup of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online Database
Nov28

Requesting the backup of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online Database

In theory, requesting the backup of the online database seems very easy and straightforward. We basically need to raise a support ticket with Microsoft and provide the following details. SQL Version – Standard or Enterprise SQL Year of the version. In our case it was (Microsoft SQL Server 2016 (SP1) (KB3182545) – 13.0.4001.0 (X64) Oct … Continue reading “Requesting the backup of Microsoft… Continue Reading...

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Azure: Copy Data from D365 CE to Azure SQL Database using Azure Data Factory
Nov23

Azure: Copy Data from D365 CE to Azure SQL Database using Azure Data Factory

Originally posted on Ajit Patra: In this blog post, we’ll see how to copy data of an entity “Contact” in D365 CE to Azure SQL Database. Let’s follow the below steps to see it in action. Login to Azure portal. Create Azure SQL Database where we need to copy the data. Click Create a resource… Continue Reading Nishant Rana’s Article on their blog Azure: Copy Data from D365 CE to Azure SQL Database...

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Flow to Synch Dynamics 365 with an On Premise Database
Nov19

Flow to Synch Dynamics 365 with an On Premise Database

Up until recently synchronizing data in in the cloud with an on premise database was a major challenge which typically involved writing code. With the Digital Transformation revolution and the availability of a range of integration offerings in Azure this is no longer the case. Here is a sample Microsoft Flow which demonstrate how the creation of a contact record in Dynamics triggers the… Continue Reading admin’s Article...

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Azure: Copy data from one database to another using Azure Data Factory – II
Oct28

Azure: Copy data from one database to another using Azure Data Factory – II

Originally posted on Ajit Patra: In the previous post, we discussed how to create Azure SQL Server and Azure SQL Database. Now that we are ready with source data/table and destination table, let’s create Azure Data Factory to copy the data. 3. Azure Data Factory: Click on Create a resource –> Analytics –> Data Factory… Continue Reading Nishant Rana’s Article on their blog Azure: Copy data from...

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Deploy System Database – azurecurve

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 was released on the 2nd October. In this series iof posts, I’ll be going hands on and installing the majority of the components; some of them, such as Analysis Cubes for Excel, which are little used, I won’t be covering. The series index will automatically update as posts go-live in this series. With the first first client now installed we need to deploy… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article...

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Export C/AL objects as AL from a database on a docker container on a remote host – waldo’s blog
Aug27

Export C/AL objects as AL from a database on a docker container on a remote host – waldo’s blog

That’s a mouthful, isn’t it :-)? As you might have figured in quite some sessions, threads and posts, I’m quite fond running docker images on a remote Hyper-V on my laptop. From the moment it was described by Arend Jan, I’m using it. In my opinion, it’s a much better way to run, because Windows Server is so much better in memory management as Windows 10 is… Continue Reading waldo’s Article on their...

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