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Business Central Environment Blinking after update to v20

Introduction: Business Central Updates after updating to version 20.x, there is a common problem which is observed. The Business Central environment starts blinking as per the video below - Pre- requisites : Business Central Online  v20 Demonstration: 1. Restart the Business Central Environment: Go to Business Central Admin Center > Select the Environment >Sessions > Restart Environment. 2. Ensure that your URL contains Tenant ID: When you login into the Business Central Environment, make sure that your links are in the following formats Sandbox : https://businesscentral.dynamics.com/<SandboxEnvironmentName>/?sandbox=true Production : https://businesscentral.dynamics.com/<ProductionEnvironmentName>/ If you URL like https://businesscentral.dynamics.com/SandboxName or any other format without Tenant ID, chances are that you will end up with the issue. Also, you can login through Admin Center URL -  Connect from URL in BC Admin Center 3. Check the status if the insta

How to upgrade Microsoft Dynamics NAV C/AL Objects to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central AL Objects

Introduction: When migrating from NAV 2017 to NAV 2018 i.e moving from C/AL to AL the created objects need not be created again from scratch in AL. This blog demonstrates how we can create the AL objects from C/AL using Txt2Al in Command Prompt. Pre-requisite: NAV 2018. Backup of Objects in TEXT or FOB format. Steps: 1. Import objects in NAV 2018 from the created  . TXT or . FOB files. In NAV Development Environment goto, Files > Import > Choose the .FOB or  .TXT file > Replace all the objects 2. Export the objects in New Syntax to . TXT files. Create a directory to store the objects in .TXT format which will be exported as new syntax. Here, ‘source’ is the name of the directory used. Use  ‘mkdir source ‘ Create a directory to store the .AL that will be created by TXT2AL Converter utility. Here ‘target’ is the name of the directory used. Use ‘mkdir target’ To export the objects in .TXT format in NewSyntax use the following command where Source Directory =