Announcement, Business Central, Information, Tip & Tricks

Preview environments for Business Central 2020 release wave 1 is now available

How to prepare for major updates with preview environments, try out the new functionality from link: here.

Overview of Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 release wave 1


An overview about how a major Business Central update rolls out from link here.


What’s new and planned for Dynamics 365 Business Central


Azure, Development Tips, How To, IIS, Information, Instalation & Configuration, NAV 2017, Tenerife, Tip & Tricks, What's New

Microsoft Dynamics NAV ‘Tenerife’ Developer Preview

As everyone is aware by now that Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV have been released. Going forward which can be used to build extensions and apps in and for Dynamics NAV.

This tool introduces two flavors which you can try out in preview available on cloud.

[A] Make an extension in the client itself. Business consultants and UX designers will love using this drag-and-drop interface. Rearrange fields, rename groups, and reposition elements to build a perfect extension to support an industry-specific solution or implement a business process optimization.

[B] Use the AL Extension for NAV in Visual Studio Code to build powerful extensions based on tables, pages, and codeunits using the new objects: Page Extensions and Table Extensions. Follow this route to build rich extensions that reuse and extend core business logic in your application.

For more details you can refer to the article published by Dynamics NAV Team Announcing the Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV

You can get a free 30-day trial from that will give you access to everything you need.

Secondly, head over to Login to your Azure Subscription. Select your subscription, resource group, location, name, and a VM Admin Password. Leave the remaining fields as their defaults. Accept the terms, Pin to dashboard and select Purchase. The instance takes about 5 minutes to set up, and the VM will be ready about 15 minutes after Azure says Deployment Succeeded.

You need to follow on screen instructions to get everything setup using above 2 links provided.

I am not going to repeat the steps as you can find them via other blogs or follow the steps as you proceed via using above two links.

Few of my readers were complaining about they don’t have access to Azure Subscription or they have already used up the limit now what to do?

Same situation was with me too, but however I managed to get one and done bit RND, if this can be setup on my PC so that I can give it a try or others can use same steps to get it configured, and give it a try.

However I got succeeded in doing so, now I can do the same in my environment.

The Steps I am going to explain below is not the straight forward, and require bit tricks, as required components are yet not released from Microsoft, may we can get in CU-2,  I guess or later when Microsoft is OK to release this feature for everyone.

This action will require several pre-requisite to be fulfilled:

  1. Visual Studio Code (To be Installed)
  2. Dynamics Navision Version (10.0.14540)
  3. Some Modification to web.config to enable designer in Web Client



You can download the Visual Studio Code from this link: Click Here

Once file is downloaded install the Visual Studio Code by running VSCodeSetup-1.8.1.exe

And follow the on screen instructions to complete the setup.




Dynamics Navision Version

Make sure you have correct version of Dynamics Navision (10.0.14540)


Else you will not get this option in your Service Window



Modification to web.config

You will need to make necessary settings to web.config file to enable designer in Web Client, this file is located at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DynamicsNAV100 location where your Web Client is installed.




Now you should be ok to use this feature in your environment.

Once things are setup correct you will be able to find the Client Designer Button on right top corner of the Client Window/Browser.

I will come up with more details in my up-coming posts till then keep exploring and learning.




Maderia, Office Integration, Tip & Tricks

Madeira – Look & Feel – Part-I

Hi Friends I am providing this Blog to my readers who are yet not able to give try to the Project Madeira First Preview. But wish to have the Look and feel how it looks.

Today I will be showing few Look & Feel changes. Up till Now only Preview is available we need to wait for some more time to hear more about the product and features.

How ever below I am presenting few details, Login to the Project Madeira using your credentials provided while Setup.


Here is the Landing Screen which you get post Logging in to Madeira.

Top right corner is the Search,  that we usually use to search pages.


Here you type the Page you wish to switch to, in my example I am trying to search Role Center Page. It will be similar to one below screen shot.


If you click on action Tab it will show you the ribbon having actions available on Page. You can hide it to gain more space on screen by clicking on ^ at the bottom right corner of the Ribbon Tab.


Lets have a Look on Item List, you have 3 View available as below

  1. Large Picture Card View


2. Small Picture Card View


3. Simple List view as usually we have in earlier Versions.


Let’s have a view of Customers List Page. On the right side you can see History Card Fact Box in form of Cues.


Here is the Vendor List Page. On the right side you can see History Card Fact Box in form of Cues.


Here is the Page search when you click on Magnifying search it will provide you the text box to enter you search, I am trying to search Items containing lo in its Name/ Description.


Click on Home to see Drop Menu to select sub Items defined under it. You can Minimize the same clicking on ^. This is available on almost all Pages and Ribbons to hide unwanted information to gain more space on Screen to view only required information. Some places it acts as hiding the Tab where as other places it serves as showing Sub-Menus.


Here is the example of Sub-Menu.








This is how Page appears you select from Sub-Menu.

On Page at Right Top corner arrow are used to Minimize or Maximize the page.


View of above Page in Maximized form.


You can use Menu on Page to send data to Excel.



Here is how line action menu is shown.


Below is the Matrix Page type View.


Picture Card Menu. Now on Pages Information and divided in respective small pages.



I will come up with more Look and Feel of New Project Madeira.

Till then keep exploring and Learning. You can find more information on other Blogs too.

However official Blog for same is :



Corfu Navision 2016, How To, Information, Posting Preview

Posting Preview in Navision 2016

On every document and journal that can be posted, you can choose the Preview Posting button to review the different types of entries that will be created when you post the document or journal.

Below I have shown Example from Sales Invoice Window, similarly you will get in other related Pages too.

From Actions TAB you will get this option for Preview Posting.

You will get below Navigation Window where you can Navigate Entries which will get posted upon Posting.
Give it a try, very useful feature introduced in Navision 2016.