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How to setup Single Sign-On(SSO) for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central(NAVISION ERP)

Introduction: In my previous blog on How to Setup NavUserPassword with SSL for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, I have performed all the steps in such a way that it would perfectly fit with this blog to give you Single Sign-On(SSO) based access to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Pre-requisites:How to setup NAVUserPassword AuthenticationUnderstand how AzureAD Authentication worksMicrosoft Dynamics 365 Business Central On-PremiseBooks & References:
Demonstration:1. Preparation for SSO:
Perform all the steps for NAVUserPassword based authentication.
Refer here How to Setup NavUserPassword with SSL for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central

2. Connect your device to AzureAD:
Install Azure AD Module

After installation of Azure AD Module, in order to connect to Azure AD you will need to download the Azure Connect PowerShell.
Login to  Azure using …

How to Setup NavUserPassword with SSL for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central(NAVISION ERP)

Introduction: In this blog, I'm attempting to setup basic authentication like NavUserPassword for Business Central On-Premise.
NavUserPassword is an authentication system, where each user have their own UserID and password which is configured inside Business Central itself.
Pre-requisites:Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central On-PremiseDomain for your VMUnderstanding of Credential Types in Business CentralDemonstration:1. Setup DNS in Azure VM:
Go to your VM inside Azure to configure DNS.

2.  Create a Webserver Instance for Business Central:

3. Create a Self Signed Certificate or get an SSL from Domain provider:
Run the PowerShell script to create a self signed certificate

After creation/installation of Certificate,
right-click on the Certificate > All Tasks>Manage Private Keys > Add NETWORK SERVICE and allow access to all the users and copy the certificate to Enterprise Trust, Trusted People, Trusted Publisher and Trust Devices folder.

4. Change Credential Type and Adding …

Record Links in Microsoft Dynamics NAV(NAVISION ERP)

Introduction: In Microsoft Dynamics NAV(NAVISION ERP), there is a feature on Financial Documents called Record Links.
Record Links are used to copy multiple URL links, Texts on the documents so that it can be used for reference later.
The best part of Record Links is that, these can be added through Document and post it. After posting these the Record Links are copied to G/L, Subledger and Posted Documents as well.
Pre-requisites: Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Books & References: What is Record Links:
Record Links is a feature to add links and texts on Documents. You will need to click on Links Actions on the page.

You will get the Link insertion Window, where as below.

After the Link is inserted, you will get a view where you can open the link.

2. How Record Links work:
Record Links is stored in System Table 2000000068 Record Link. This Record Link is linked through the RECORDID defined i…

How to get Preview Version of Business Central

Introduction: With Business Central now progressing it's way in the market, Microsoft will be releasing seamless upgrades every 6 months i.e April(Wave 1) and October (Wave 2). Thus, this means that with each wave there are going to be public preview coming up for the customers to get few insights as to what all is expected. Pre-requisites:Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.Books & References: Demonstration: There are two ways to get Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Public Preview

1. Create a new Sandbox:
In the Admin Center for Business Central, you can create a new Sandbox with preview

2. Create a Docker Container:
Referring to had noticed that when you are creating a docker container using BC INSIDER, you…

How to Leverage Visual Studio Online and Azure Pipelines to migrate your development environment to the Cloud!

Introduction: With my previous blog, I had explained how to configure CI/CD for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central. The only drawback when it comes to developing in VS Code Online is that it works with Base Operating System as Linux. Which implies that the ALC(Application Language Compiler) built for Windows has to also work on Linux but it doesn't.
Because of which it becomes difficult to compile your Business Central projects in VS Code Online.
In this blog I will be attempting to collaborate VS Code Online with Azure Pipelines to get things running with auto-deployment.
Pre-requisites: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business CentralVS Code OnlineAzure DevOpsAzure Pipelines
Books & References:
Demonstration:1. Setup CI/CD for Microsoft Dynamics Business Central:
In order for this system to work the major skeleton is taken up by CI/CD process.
Refer my blog below.…