Simple table extension to add a new field.

If you are starting to learn development in D365 then understanding the difference between the customization and extensions is something to investigate. Extension being the new concept to allow smaller changes and better hotfixing procedure in production. This is a simple example of creating an extension to add a new field to a table.

D365FO 1611 – Update3 (7.0.4307.16141)

In a previous post you can see the process of creating a new model and project.

Creating a new model file

If you are just starting out with D365 or moving from AX2012 then it helps to have a little orientation on where to find things. If you are coming from AX2012 then you will have a lot of basic concepts that still apply in D365 but there are new ways to do things.

When starting development you will need to create a new model. A model can be used to package up the development we are doing so you can later deploy to an environment. To actually do work within Visual Studio you will need to create a project. A project is like any other Visual Studio in that it organizes the items you are working on.

D365FO 1611 – Update3 (7.0.4307.16141)


Generate Symbols in a Modern Development environment with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

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With the general availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 in the first week of December 2017, the new and Modern development environment experience becomes more and more used by developers; side by side with the C/SIDE development environment.

Working with a standard CRONUS database is pretty easy, while every developer would like to give it a spin with their own customized database. In this scenario, it is paramount to have the appropriate symbols generated in order to be successfully pulled out by AL Extension command in Visual Studio Code and develop a custom extension against a proper customized source database.

Installing CSIDE Development Environment side by side with Modern Development Environment is duly described in the docs, as well as how to generate / re-generate symbols. For more information, see

Here are a few tips that can be helpful when generating symbols.

¿Qué es PowerApps?

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¿Qué es PowerApps?What is PowerApps?

PowerApps es una colección de servicios de software y de aplicaciones que funcionan conjuntamente para transformar a nivel fundamental la forma en que se crean y comparten aplicaciones de línea de negocios personalizadas.PowerApps is a collection of software services and apps that work together to fundamentally transform and accelerate how you build and share custom line of business applications.

Introducción animada a PowerApps

PowerApps se conecta a los orígenes de datos y servicios en la nube que ya usa, lo que le permite generar aplicaciones rápidamente que cubren necesidades concretas (basándose en los conocimientos que ya posee).PowerApps connects to the cloud services and data sources you’re already using, giving you the ability to quickly build apps that suit specific needs – building on skills you already have. Puede compartir aplicaciones al instante con sus compañeros de trabajo a través de la Web, de tabletas y de dispositivos móviles.You can share apps instantly with your co-workers across the web, tablets, and mobile devices. PowerApps también se integra con Microsoft Flow, lo que permite desencadenar flujos de trabajo desde las propias aplicaciones.PowerApps also integrates with Microsoft Flow, making it possible to trigger workflows from within apps. PowerApps puede ser rápido y sencillo, capaz de generar una aplicación en minutos que extrae datos de Excel o de un servicio en la nube.PowerApps can be simple and fast – capable of producing an app in minutes that pulls in data from Excel or a cloud service. Pero PowerApps también es estable y orientado a la empresa, y está listo para atender requisitos complejos como el seguimiento de los recursos de una empresa y el enlace a los sistemas back-end.

NAV 2018 and related environment best videos

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NAV 2018 What’s New & New Technology – Fast Tracks

NAV 2018 What’s New


What’s new in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 – A Community Perspective

NAV 2018 What’s New & New Technology – Fast Tracks

What’s new in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 Tenerife

NAV 2018 What’s New Video ON DLP (Dynamics Learning Portal)

*** Learning Portal Access is required


Microsoft AL & Vs Code

Install Visual Studio Code With Al Compiler

Dynamics NAV – Getting Started With Visual Studio Code

AL in Visual Studio VS Code for Those Who are Still Afraid (NAV)

Inside AL for Visual Studio Code | Where are we

Visual Studio Code – Getting Started with Git(Hub)

How to create new AL project in VS Code and connect it to NAV

Visual Studio Code Building Publishing and Debugging AL Projects

How to create new AL project in VS Code and connect it to NAV

Dynamics NAV – C/AL vs AL – Spot the Differences

Invoking Azure Functions from AL in Visual Studio Code

NAV TechDays 2017: Rock ‘n Roll with VSCode



PowerShell Fundamentals for Beginners

How Do I Create PowerShell scripts for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

PowerShell 101 by Waldo for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Using PowerShell with Microsoft Dynamics NAV Part 1

NAVTechDays2013 Multi Tenancy and how it changes the NAV Developer Experience Microsoft Dynamics Nav

Migrate from Multiple Companies to a Multi tenant Architecture in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2



Docker 101: Introduction to Docker

Docker Cloud Overview

Docker and Dynamics NAV – Practical Use Cases

NAV TechDays 2017: Easier and DevOps-friendly NAV environments using Docker / Windows Containers

Dynamics NAV 2018 Docker Install



Git 101 – The Basics

Visual Studio Code – Getting Started with Git(Hub)

Using Git and GitHub



Get started with Microsoft Cognitive Services

Deep Dive into Azure Cognitive Services

Cognitive Services and AI Overview



NAV TechDays 2017: Creating great API’s

How Do I: use the time series API in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017?

Microsoft Azure API Management in under 5 minutes

How to Download a Microsoft Dynamics NAV License from CustomerSource

To download a Microsoft Dynamics NAV license file from CustomerSource, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to CustomerSource.
  2. Click My Account
  3. Click Product & Service Summary
  4. Click Registration Keys
  5. Select the desired version in the Request and Display License Keys For Version field.
  6. Click Display License Keys.
  7. On the Request License Keys page, select Download License/Registration Key.
  8. Click Save in the File Download dialog box, select the folder where you want to download the license file to in the Save As dialog box and then click Save.
    Note: Do not open the license key before saving it as this may cause problems when you implement the license file.

SII – Cumulative Update 51 for Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

  • If you open the XML files from the SII interface, Internet Explorer cannot display the file because of a NULL value at the end of the file in the Spanish version.
  • SII notifications are automatically sent to the My Notifications part in the Spanish version.
  • The ImprteTotal value is incorrect in the SII interface if you issue a sales or purchase invoice of type F2 in the Spanish version.
  • Incorrect SII XML format in the Spanish version.
  • All documents sent through SII fail in the Spanish version.

Dynamics NAV – SII – Licensing

Electronic VAT information under SII – Suministro Inmediato de Información for Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Refresh your license to access the new objects that are added with this release. More…


This update is provided in the following cumulative updates for the different versions:

    • Cumulative Update 57 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

    • Cumulative Update 50 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

    • Cumulative Update 38 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

    • Cumulative Update 26 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

    • Cumulative Update 13 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

Azure para desarrolladores de Java

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Introducción al desarrollo de aplicaciones de Java para la nube con estos tutoriales, herramientas y bibliotecas.


Implementación de su primera aplicación web en Azure

Ejemplos de código

Ejemplos de código de Azure con Java

Complementos de IntelliJ, Maven, Eclipse y VS Code

Herramientas & para complementos de IDE

Bibliotecas de Azure para Java

Referencia de API

Guías de introducción

Aprenda a usar Java con los servicios de Azure.

Implementación de su primera aplicación web en Azure

Implementación de una aplicación de Spring Boot con Maven

Creación de una función sin servidor de Java

Implementación en Kubernetes

Creación de una aplicación web con Cosmos DB

Integración y entrega continuas en App Service con Jenkins®