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Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015/2016/2017/2018 & BC Released in August 2019

Cumulative Update 10 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises (Application Build 34590, Platform Build 34560)

When you upgrade on-premises deployments to this update, you and your customers must use a new license that convers more scenarios than the one for the original release in October 2018.

Why this new license?

In cumulative update 1 (CU 1), we have enabled new licensing scenarios so that Business Central is optimized for licenses with named users. This was not fully supported in the RTM version that was made available on October 1, 2018, and that is why CU 1 requires a new license. You can pull new licenses when you upgrade customers to CU 1.

The new licenses are required for cumulative update 1 and later versions of Business Central and are not backwards compatible with earlier versions of Business Central.

What has changed?

With CU 1, Business Central supports the product line IDs 49, 74, 75, and 76 for named users. See Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Pricing and Licensing for more information.

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 10 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 02 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 Update on-premises (Application Build 34444, Platform Build 34251)

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 02 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 Update on-premises

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 58 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 (Build 51520)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

Note You must convert the database if you are upgrading to this cumulative update from a cumulative update earlier than cumulative update 9 (build 41779). For more information, see Converting a Database in Help for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 58 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Cumulative Update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 46 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 (Build 51521)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.
This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 46 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 33 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 (Build 29965)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 33 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 20 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 (Build 34561)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 20 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

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Dynamics 365 2019 release wave 2

Dynamics 365 Business Central: 2019 release wave 2 plan

The first Insider Builds for the Business Central 2019 release wave 2 just became available.

Features that are planned to release from October 2019 through March 2020.

For more information about the above-mentioned features, see the 2019 release wave 2 plan here.

This is also the very first Insider Build that does not include the Windows client (Dynamics NAV client connected to Business Central) as announced earlier.

More features will be unlocked soon along with more information for each one of them.

Dynamics 365 Business Central provides a complete business application solution designed and optimized for SMB organizations. Since its launch in April 2018, Dynamics 365 Business Central has seen increasing adoption by organizations looking to digitally transform their businesses. In the October ’18 update, we updated Business Central to include on-premises deployments as well. The latest version, the April ’19 update, brought an update to Business Central that improves the productivity of users.

The independent software vendor (ISV) ecosystem is important for customers who want vertical or horizontal solutions for Business Central. We will accelerate this ISV ecosystem to begin moving new and existing customers to Business Central online. To achieve that goal, the following development pillars define the 2019 release wave 2 update:

Service fundamentals: Laser focus on performance, reliability, supportability, and security is essential to ensure that service quality remains ahead of the growth in service usage. Accessibility, already in a strong position, must be preserved.

Modern client: With the 2019 release wave 2, users access Business Central in the browser, Windows 10 desktop app, mobile apps on Android and iOS, or in Outlook. We accelerate our investment in speed and productivity features for the modern browser experience, achieving a major milestone in its transformation into a world-class desktop experience for new and expert users alike. 2019 release wave 2 is the first version that does not include the Dynamics NAV Client connected to Business Central (also known as the Windows client). The modern clients now support so many productivity features that the Windows client is discontinued for Business Central going forward. The legacy Dynamics NAV client remains supported in the April ’19 update and earlier versions in alignment with the support lifecycle.

Modern developer tools: the 2019 release wave 2 is the first version that does not include the classic development environment (also known as C/SIDE). The modern developer experience based on Visual Studio Code with Azure DevOps, and an AL language that supports an extension-based approach to customization now supports developing large apps such as the base application from Microsoft, and so C/SIDE is discontinued for Business Central going forward. The classic development environment remains supported in the April ’19 update and earlier versions in alignment with the support lifecycle.

Empower ISV acceleration: The 2019 release wave 2 update delivers a set of features designed to simplify ISV development for new solutions and, specifically, for streamlining the migration from the source code customization model of Dynamics NAV to Business Central. The Dynamics NAV business has been driven by strong vertical ISV solutions, surrounded by add-on solutions. For the 2019 release wave 2 update, our focus will be streamlining the path for ISVs to bring their solutions—and in turn their customers—to Business Central online.

Customer migration tools: After enabling Dynamics NAV ISVs to bring their solutions to Business Central online, the next step is to simplify the journey for existing Dynamics SMB customers coming from Dynamics NAV, Dynamics GP, or Dynamics SL to migrate from their current on-premises solutions to Business Central online. A set of tools already exists; these will be enhanced with the 2019 release wave 2.

Limited extension to the Business Central online localizations is planned for the 2019 release wave 2 in order to prioritize the service fundamentals work ahead of expanding the service footprint. Additional partner-developed localizations will be added following the 2019 release wave 2.

Download the 2019 release wave 2 PDF

New for wave 2: The Power Platform (PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI) features coming in the 2019 release wave 2 have been summarized in a separate release plan.

Wave2ReleaseDates

Dynamics 365: 2019 release wave 2 plan

The 2019 release wave 2 enhances artificial intelligence capabilities to help organizations accelerate their transformation of customer service, sales, and marketing functions:

Sales Insights empowers teams with more foresight, to enhance productivity and better anticipate outcomes across the sales lifecycle.

Customer Service Insights provides an actionable view into critical performance metrics, operational data, and emerging trends using industry-leading artificial intelligence.

Virtual Agent for Customer Service enables organizations to create AI-powered bots that chat with customers and provides new opportunities for organizations to improve customer service through digital transformation.

Customer Insights enables every organization to unify and understand their customer data to harness it for intelligent insights and actions.

Market Insights enables business users to gather actionable insights based on what consumers say, seek, and feel about their brands and products.

Fraud Protection enables the e-commerce merchants to drive down fraud loss, increase bank acceptance rates to yield higher revenue, and improve the online shopping experience.

The 2019 release wave 2 continues to add a whole new set of experiences to enhance employee productivity using mixed reality:

Remote Assist empowers technicians to solve problems faster the first time.

Layout provides a new way for space planners to bring designs from concept to completion with confidence and speed.

Product Visualize empowers salespeople to convey the true potential of their products to their customers by harnessing the power of augmented reality on their mobile devices.

Guides is a mixed-reality application for Microsoft HoloLens that enables employees to learn in the flow of work by providing holographic instructions when and where they need them.

Power Platform: 2019 release wave 2 plan

The Microsoft Power Platform enables users and organizations to analyze, act, and automate on the data to digitally transform their businesses. The Power Platform today is comprised of three products – Power BI, PowerApps, and Flow.

For PowerApps, this release wave includes major improvements to enable app makers to build higher-quality apps more easily while still supporting more advanced enterprise and administrator requirements. Improvements in PowerApps focus not only on introducing capabilities but also on simplifying existing concepts to improve maker and end-user productivity in PowerApps and Dynamics 365 apps built upon the Unified Interface.

PowerApps makers can now create a powerful new type of experience called PowerApps Portals, which are web portals that surface data stored in Common Data Service to employees or users outside their organizations.

Microsoft Flow is introducing smarter and more powerful experiences in three key areas. Flow makers get smarter and more powerful experiences. End users of flows can leverage world-class business process capabilities, including working with business processes offline. Finally, there is now much richer tooling for administrators, such as PowerShell cmdlets and the new Power Platform Admin center.

AI Builder (preview) is a brand-new Power Platform capability for teams with the business expertise to easily automate processes and predict outcomes to improve business performance. AI Builder is a turnkey solution that brings the power of Microsoft AI through a point-and-click experience and is directly integrated into PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.

Power BI simplifies how organizations derive insights from transactional and observational data. It helps organizations create a data culture where employees can make decisions based on facts, not opinions. For the upcoming release, Power BI is investing in four key areas that drive a data culture: intuitive experiences, a unified BI platform, big data analytics, and pervasive artificial intelligence (AI).

Data integration provides built-in connectivity to the Power Platform and more, with data across hundreds of business systems, enabling rich and intelligent experiences. The Common Data Model provides semantic consistency for canonical business entities across Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, increasing value and saving time for application developers, ISV partners, and integrators.

This release plan describes functionality that may not have been released yet. Delivery timelines and projected functionality may change or may not ship (see Microsoft policy).

Here are the key dates for the 2019 release wave 2.

Milestone Date Description
Release plans available June 10, 2019 Learn about the new capabilities coming in the 2019 release wave 2 (October 2019 – March 2020) across Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform.
Release plans available in additional 11 languages July 8, 2019 The Dynamics 365 and Power Platform release plans are published in Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, and Swedish.
Early access available August 2, 2019 Try and validate the new features and capabilities that will be a part of the 2019 release wave 2, October update, before they get enabled automatically for your end-users.
General availability October 1, 2019 Production deployment for the 2019 release wave 2 begins. Specific deployment dates for each country or region or instance will be communicated in advance.

Cumulative Update 02 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 Update on-premises (Application Build 34444, Platform Build 34251)

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 02 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 Update on-premises

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 installed to apply this hotfix.

You can find more details here.

Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015/2016/2017/2018 & BC Released in July 2019

Cumulative Update 09 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises (Application Build 33838, Platform Build 33825)

 

When you upgrade on-premises deployments to this update, you and your customers must use a new license that convers more scenarios than the one for the original release in October 2018.
Why this new license?

In cumulative update 1 (CU 1), we have enabled new licensing scenarios so that Business Central is optimized for licenses with named users. This was not fully supported in the RTM version that was made available on October 1, 2018, and that is why CU 1 requires a new license. You can pull new licenses when you upgrade customers to CU 1.

The new licenses are required for cumulative update 1 and later versions of Business Central and are not backwards compatible with earlier versions of Business Central.

What has changed?

With CU 1, Business Central supports the product line IDs 49, 74, 75, and 76 for named users. See Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Pricing and Licensing for more information.

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 09 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central installed to apply this hotfix.

 

 

Cumulative Update 57 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 (Build 51468)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

Note You must convert the database if you are upgrading to this cumulative update from a cumulative update earlier than cumulative update 9 (build 41779). For more information, see Converting a Database in Help for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 57 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Cumulative Update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

 

Cumulative Update 45 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 (Build 51476)

his cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 45 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

 

Cumulative Update 32 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 (Build 29930)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 32 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 19 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 (Build 33812)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 19 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015/2016/2017/2018 & BC Released in June 2019

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 Update on-premises –Cumulative Update 01 (Application Build 32615, Platform Build 32600) – (May 2019)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 01 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 Update on-premises

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Spring 2019 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 08 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises (Application Build 32990, Platform Build 32943)

When you upgrade on-premises deployments to this update, you and your customers must use a new license that convers more scenarios than the one for the original release in October 2018.

Why this new license?

In cumulative update 1 (CU 1), we have enabled new licensing scenarios so that Business Central is optimized for licenses with named users. This was not fully supported in the RTM version that was made available on October 1, 2018, and that is why CU 1 requires a new license. You can pull new licenses when you upgrade customers to CU 1.

The new licenses are required for cumulative update 1 and later versions of Business Central and are not backwards compatible with earlier versions of Business Central.

What has changed?

With CU 1, Business Central supports the product line IDs 49, 74, 75, and 76 for named users. See Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Pricing and Licensing for more information.

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 08 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central installed to apply this hotfix.

 

Cumulative Update 56 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 (Build 51420)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

Note 

You must convert the database if you are upgrading to this cumulative update from a cumulative update earlier than cumulative update 9 (build 41779). For more information, see Converting a Database in Help for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 56 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Cumulative Update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 44 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 (Build 51418)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 44 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 31 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 (Build 29889)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 31 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 installed to apply this hotfix.

Cumulative Update 18 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 (Build 33015)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 18 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015/2016/2017/2018 & BC Released in May 2019

Cumulative Update 55 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 (Build 51329)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

Note You must convert the database if you are upgrading to this cumulative update from a cumulative update earlier than cumulative update 9 (build 41779). For more information, see Converting a Database in Help for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 55 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 cumulative update

See released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

Cumulative Update 43 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 (Build 51333)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 43 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

Cumulative Update 30 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 (Build 29834)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 30 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

Cumulative Update 17 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 (Build 31747)

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics NAV update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 17 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 installed to apply this hotfix.

 

Cumulative Update 07 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises (Application Build 31809, Platform Build 31719)

When you upgrade on-premises deployments to this update, you and your customers must use a new license that convers more scenarios than the one for the original release in October 2018.

Why this new license?

In cumulative update 1 (CU 1), we have enabled new licensing scenarios so that Business Central is optimized for licenses with named users. This was not fully supported in the RTM version that was made available on October 1, 2018, and that is why CU 1 requires a new license. You can pull new licenses when you upgrade customers to CU 1.

The new licenses are required for cumulative update 1 and later versions of Business Central and are not backwards compatible with earlier versions of Business Central.

What has changed?

With CU 1, Business Central supports the product line IDs 49, 74, 75, and 76 for named users. See Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Pricing and Licensing for more information.

Additionally, the new licenses also include the ID range 70,000,000-74,999,999. For more information, see the Dynamics 365 Business Central Licensing Guide.

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central installed to apply this hotfix.

 

What’s New in Business Central April 2019 Release

April ’19 brings an update to Business Central that aims to enhance current customer satisfaction with the product.

Powerful new features for business users

Keyboard-centric features like speed of data entry and analysis, such as quick entry, list sorting, and data values. Improvements to features related to the customer context, such as work date and the company indicator, options enabling advanced users to be even more productive, such as focus mode, totals for lists, improved search, and the new page inspector. Enhancement related to filters in Excel export, common auto-save experience, and modern interface elements, such as the date picker, refreshed action bar, and all-product navigation.

Performance, reliability, and scalability enhancements

Along with innovative new features, Microsoft invested heavily in boosting performance, reliability, and scalability of Business Central, across the platform and business application.

The experience in the browser will be more responsive using technique of on-demand loading of page elements, server resources are optimized for fast user interaction, and the database has been tuned to handle more data and load it faster.

Users requiring assistance now have a single screen through which to find self-help material, share ideas with the community, and request support that has also been streamlined to reduce response time.

Business Central continues to meet ISO27001, ISO27017, ISO27018, SOC 1 & 2 Type 2, HIPPA BAA, and FERPA industry security and privacy compliance standards. For more details and a list of all certificates, see here.

Accessibility

Business Central is ready to support the diversity of your workforce where both the desktop and mobile interfaces are now highly accessible.

Base application as an app

Microsoft is making big investments in the platform to make it easier for ISVs to get into the cloud. This is achieved by splitting the big application that we have today into a system app and an app on top of that as an extension, compiled in AL using Visual Studio Code.

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Data and AI

The last major investment for the April release is Data and AI future. Strengthen and prepare integration with Dynamics 365 for Sales through CDS and ensure Business Central data contributes to intelligent insights (notes synching, late payment prediction) in Dynamics 365 AI for Sales apps and Business Central users get intelligent insights generated by Dynamics 365 AI for Sales (predictive opportunity scoring).

Borne from Overview of Dynamics 365 Business Central April ’19 release article.

New and planned for Dynamics 365 Business Central

Features that are planned to release between April and September 2019. Previews for some features will start in February 2019.

Below table lists functionality that may not have been released yet. Delivery timelines and projected functionality may change or may not ship (see Microsoft policy).

Productivity enhancements for business users

Feature Release type Online vs on-premises Date
Application enhancements General Availability Both April 2019
List views General Availability Both April 2019
Rich notes and links General Availability Online April 2019
Document focus mode General Availability Both April 2019
Work date indicator General Availability Both April 2019
Context or system indicator General Availability Both After April 2019
Quick Entry General Availability Both April 2019
New keyboard shortcuts General Availability Both April 2019
Autosave indicator General Availability Both April 2019
Improvements to scrolling in lists General Availability Both April 2019
Improved contextual search experience General Availability Both April 2019
Improved all-product navigation General Availability Both After April 2019
Personalization enhancements General Availability Both April 2019

Self-help and support

Feature Release type Online vs on-premises Date
Simplified Help and Support experience General Availability Both April 2019
Page inspection General Availability Both April 2019

Productivity enhancements for administrators

Feature Release type Online vs on-premises Date
Hardening the integration between Business Central and Dynamics 365 for Sales General Availability Both April 2019
Enhancements for application lifecycle management General Availability Both April 2019
Enhancements to the intelligent cloud for Dynamics SMB and Dynamics 365 Business Central General Availability Both April 2019

Powerful features for developers

Feature Release type Online vs on-premises Date
Designer enhancements for developers General Availability Both April 2019
Visual Studio Code and AL General Availability Both April 2019
Application as an app General Availability Both April 2019
Standard Web API General Availability Both April 2019

It is always suggested to see Microsoft Links for more details and any updates in future.

 

 

API – Business Central Part-2

In our previous post we saw basics of API in Navision. Let’s explore further.

If you missed the earlier post you can find here API – Business Central Part-1

Continuing from where we left in previous post.

Someone asked me why we require API when we have web service in place and can achieve same OData either query or filter in same fashion.

So what I am going to explain below will answer to that query.

The API will generate a REST service which returns OData.  The API is not the same as the OData web services that we discussed in our earlier post.

There we created an OData web service based on a card page.  If there were fields that need to be displayed on a card in the client application but you do not want those fields to expose in the OData web service, you will have to create a second card page to solve this problem.  In this case, we create a separate page for our API and only for the API.  This page cannot be requested in the client application.  It’s also much better concept to separate them from the regular pages.

Also we can apply templates for default value of field, which we will discuss later in below post.

Let’s start with creating our own API.

Each resource is uniquely identified through an ID. As discussed in our earlier post. So let’s start with this, I will start with my earlier created Table LoadoutPoint and add one field ID.

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Any new entry in my table will have a unique ID for Loadout Point, so I have added code in OnInsert trigger of the table.

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To create an API, you should create a page of type API, instead of a card page or list page.

Use tpage, Page for type API snippet for page structure. You get all the bare minimum properties to be added for API Page.

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Then you have to define which fields you would like to include.

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Some important rules to be followed for API Pages:

  • Fields should be named in the APIs supported format, Any Captions cannot have spaces and special characters. Only AlphaNumeric values permitted.
  • When you insert an entity through API endpoint, Business Central don’t run OnInsert trigger on the table.
  • And we have assigned the ID for the new record there. So Add Insert(true) for OnInsert Trigger.
  • Add business logic to Modify trigger. As external user can change values through API, even the value of the primary key field.
  • Add Delete(true) for On Delete trigger. The reason same as above.

So let’s add these 3 trigger in our page too.

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Ok so now we have modified Table and Created new API page, now it’s time to publish our app/extension.

Use command palette to publish your app.

Now it’s time to test, let’s access our API page from client and do setup for same.

Search for API Setup Page in the client.

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You can define and assign your Template from Template Code field, check with available same Templates how to do it.

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Also the conditions when this Template should apply as discussed in earlier post also.

Now let’s access the API from outside the Navision/ Business Central.

I will use Postman to test this.

To get the list of 44 standard APIs.

https://KSD-DESKTOP:7748/BC130/api/beta/

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To get the list of custom APIs.

https://ksd-desktop:7748/BC130/api/ksdconsultancy/app1/v1.0/

Hope you remember when we created API page we assigned few Properties like

APIPublisher = ksdconsultancy, APIGroup = app1, APIVersion = v1.0.

Now we will use those values to access my custom APIs.

See the url those are included after /api/

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All information is available in JSON format and further can be confirmed that there are 1000 records. Thus, the number of records integrated here depends on the Max Page Size parameter setup in Navision Server.

What else you can do with APIs:

  • Get to fetch or List
  • Post to insert records
  • Patch to modify records
  • Delete to Delete records
  • And so on.
  • You can extend existing API Pages too, I have yet not tried.

That we may discuss in some other post. Not to complicate this topic more for now I conclude this post here.

Will come up with more details in my upcoming posts, till then keep exploring, learning and take good care of yourself.

 

Cumulative Update 03 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises (Application Build 27233, Platform Build 27183) – Released in Jan 2019

This cumulative update includes all hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, including hotfixes and regulatory features that were released in previous cumulative updates.

This cumulative update replaces previously released cumulative updates. You should always install the latest cumulative update.

It may be necessary to update your license after implementing this hotfix to gain access to new objects included in this or a previous cumulative update (this only applies to customer licenses).

For a list of cumulative updates released for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, see released cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Cumulative updates are intended for new and existing customers who are running Microsoft Dynamics Released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.

How to obtain the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central update files

This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.

Cumulative update CU 03 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises

How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update

See How to install a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central cumulative update.

Prerequisites

You must have Microsoft Dynamics Dynamics 365 Business Central installed to apply this hotfix.

Important Note:-

When you upgrade on-premises deployments to this update, you and your customers must use a new license that covers more scenarios than the one for the original release in October 2018.

Why this new license?

In cumulative update 1 (CU 1), we have enabled new licensing scenarios so that Business Central is optimized for licenses with named users but also support concurrent users. This was not fully supported in the RTM version that was made available on October 1, 2018, and that is why CU 1 requires a new license. You can pull new licenses when you upgrade customers to CU 1.

The new licenses are required for cumulative update 1 and later versions of Business Central and are not backwards compatible with earlier versions of Business Central.

What has changed?

With CU 1, Business Central supports the product line IDs 49, 74, 75, and 76 for named users. Business Central also supports product line ID 50 for concurrent users.

Additionally, the new licenses also include the ID range 70,000,000-74,999,999. For more information, see the Dynamics 365 Business Central Licensing Guide.

For more details see here.

API – Business Central Part-1

In today’s post we will discuss about API’s in Business Central.

A Connect app establishes a point-to-point connection between Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and a 3rd party solution or service and is typically created using standard REST API to interchange data.

Any coding language capable of calling REST APIs can be used to develop your Connect app. Because the API uses standard REST, we can use OData to query the results.

The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central API allows you to read and modify business data through apps that are connected and integrated through a single endpoint.

For Example:- You can use the API to get access to customer, vendor and other information, update sales orders, or view overdue payments etc.

Endpoint

Production Endpoint

https://api.businesscentral.dynamics.com/v1.0/api/beta

Development and Test Endpoint

https://api.businesscentral.dynamics.com/v1.0//api/beta

On Premise

https://Server Name:Odata Port/Service Name/api/beta/

I am going to use my as I am running on On Premise :-

https://KSD-DESKTOP:7748/BC130/api/beta/

Enter the URL to get the list of 44 standard APIs. (Format of the URL for Business Central on-Premise is given as above:

api001

I am using Postman to send GET request to my API endpoint.

Authentication

Azure Active Directory (AAD)

Basic authentication. Username and web service access key as password.

 

How to get web service access key?

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Tips for working with the APIs

Some tips for working with the APIs are:

When you call the endpoint via GET, you get a list of all the available API’s.

When you call the endpoint via GET with $metadata, you get a list of all the available API’s with their metadata.

When you call the endpoint via GET with $filter, you can use the OData Filter Expressions as discussed in earlier post.

Each resource is uniquely identified through an ID.

Microsoft has added to its most of the tables as:

Enabled Field No. Field Name Data Type Length Description
Yes 8000 Id GUID

If you had to make your any table data available through API add this field to your tables. We will look into other aspects later in below post.

The resource ID must be provided in the URL when trying to read or modify a resource or any of its children. The ID is provided in ( ) after the API endpoint. For example, to GET the “CRONUS International Ltd.” company details, you must call:

https://KSD-DESKTOP:7748/BC130/api/beta/companies

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From above request I get id of my company as : ab76c7b4-3c72-4805-86f7-7d91a10612ce now I will query Entity Item.

https://ksd-desktop:7748/BC130/api/beta/companies(ab76c7b4-3c72-4805-86f7-7d91a10612ce)/items

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To enable API we need minimum 2 of the below conditions to be met.

  • ID field in table of type GUID
  • Page of type API

Let’s see in Business Central how it is setup and understand before we create our own API.

Open the Page API Setup.

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If you Lookup the Page ID, you will get list of Pages that Microsoft have provided as API.

AllObjWithCaption.”Object ID” WHERE (Object Type=CONST(Page),Object Subtype=CONST(API))

This relation is used for the Lookup. Means the Subtype should be defined as API.

Next you have Template Code – Since may be possible we don’t expose all fields or not necessary the values for every field is provided when API is submitted. To fill the default values for those field we assign the Template Code.

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Description – you can setup as required.

Conditions – You can define condition when this Template should apply.

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Before we move further ensure below setup to Server Instance properties and OData properties. Check and set the ‘Max Page Size’ to number of records you want to integrate.

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At the time of writing this post have no idea of how to alter the number of records that can be integrated in Business Central on Cloud may update in future.

I stop here for today’s post. Will come up with more details in my next upcoming post.

Till then keep learning and exploring and take good care of yourself.

Meet you again in my next post with more details.

 

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