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Snapshot Debugging in Business Central

Introduction:   In this blog, I would like to discuss Snapshot Debugging in Business Central. Also, I will be sharing my views on where exactly is snapshot debugging useful and how to use it efficiently. Pre-requisites:  Basic understanding of Debugging Books & References:  Snapshot Debugging Demonstration:  You need to create a snapshot debugger then you will need to initialize the debugging session, record the snapshots and then run the debugging on the snapshot that is downloaded. Lets see each in detail below - 1. Setup the Snapshot Configuration: Once you create a Project, you can create a Snapshot configuration in launch.json file. {     "version" : "0.2.0" ,     "configurations" : [         {             "name" : "Sandbox" ,             "request" : "launch" ,             "type" : "al" ,             "environmentType" : "Sandbox" ,             "environmentName&quo

Performance Profiler in Business Central

Introduction:  In this blog, I will be sharing the details of the Performance Profiler in Business Central. Performance Profiler is a performance reporting tool that can be used to get an understanding of the performance.  Pre-requisites:  VS Code Business Central Environment Books & References:  Performance Profiler Overview Demonstration:  1. Start Performance Profiler: Search for Performance Profiler in Tell me Search in Business Central. Once the Performance Profiler page opens, you can hit the start button.   Once you hit the start button, you can now go ahead and run the process that you want to analyze for Performance. Open the process through the search directly on top of the Performance Profiler page. 2. Stop the Performance Profiler: Once you have run through the process, you can just hit the Stop button and you will get the performance report dashboard. 3. Open Performance Profiler in VS Code: You can also download the Performance Profiler file and view it directly in VS

How to raise a support ticket for Business Central

Introduction: In a typical Business Central implementation or support project, we might need to Support requests to Microsoft Team. A Microsoft partner is most likely to have a Support Contract in place. In this blog, I'm going to showcase how to raise a support ticket through Business Central Admin Center  Pre- requisites : Understanding of Business Central Admin Center A brief idea of Microsoft Partner Center Demonstration: 1. Business Central Admin Center: You can visit Admin Center by visiting -<AZURE AD TENANT ID>/admin Or through Business Central, you can click on Settings > Admin Center. If your Business Central Production Environment is down, I recommend raising the RED FLAG ticket and the highest priority ticket will be raised by using Report Production Outage. Report Production Outage Fill in Contact Details Fill in issue details   For any other issues, I recommend using Support > New Support Request 2. Power platform Adm

Save Standard General Journals in Business Central

  Introduction: With Business Central getting stable, Microsoft is adding more features in order to make the lives of Users easier. One such feature I would like to discuss is the Standard Journals in General Journal. Pre- requisites : Microsoft Dynamics Business Central (OnPremise or SaaS) Understanding of General Journals Books & References: Demonstration: 1. Open General Journal and create Entries: You can do a search in Business Central for General Journal and select General Journal Batch which will open the General Journal. You will need to add Journal Entries as usual. Basically these entries are the ones that you will be repeating over a period of time. For Eg: Recurring G/L to G/L Transfers Create General Journal Entries 2. Save Entries with/without Amounts: On the General Journal, click Save Entries in General Journal which will open a form to ask you the basic details. Open General Jour

Setup Dataverse Connectivity with Dynamics 365 Business Central - Part 2

  Introduction: In my previous blog , I discussed on what is Microsoft Dataverse and how to setup Dataverse Connectivity with Business Central. In this blog, I will be attempting to share my experience on fine-tuning various parameters  involved in Business Central integration to Dataverse provided in connector  Pre- requisites : Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Microsoft Dataverse Basic understanding of Dataverse and Business Central Books & References: Demonstration: 1. Dataverse Connection Setup: For any setups related to Dataverse Connectivity the first step is you go to Dataverse Connection Setup You search for Dataverse Connection Setup All the setups related to Dataverse Connection Setup are in the actions of the Dataverse Connection Setup 2.  Connection Actiongroup: The actions in the Connection Actiongroup are mentioned as follows - Assisted Setup  -  Takes yo