Mounting a database from my online environment using SQL Server on the host

This blog post is really a combination between the last two blog posts, https://freddysblog.com/2019/11/04/using-sql-server-on-the-host/ and https://freddysblog.com/2019/11/12/mounting-a-database-backup-from-my-online-environment-inside-a-container/. As stated in the last blog post, you can only use databases of less than 10Gb in size inside the container due to SQL Express. This blog post will explain how to get past that problem. Continue reading

Mounting a database backup from my online environment inside a container

Just recently, a new functionality was enable in the Dynamics 365 Business Central admin center. The ability to request a backup. It didn’t take long before I got the first question from a partner, who asked whether they could run this locally using Docker. This blog post describes how to do just that. Continue reading

Developing Business Central Extensions (part 5) – YAML

This is part 5 of a blog post series. Part 1 contains all the prerequisites, part 2 is about cloning the project and get your sandbox environment up running, part 3 is about build agents, and building your project in Azure DevOps and part 4 is about branch policies and working with VSCode and Git. Continue reading

Developing Business Central Extensions (part 4) – Branch Policies

This is part 4 of a blog post series. Part 1 contains all the prerequisites, part 2 is about cloning the project and get your sandbox environment up running and part 3 is about build agents, and building your project in Azure DevOps. Continue reading

Developing Business Central Extensions (part 3) – Build Pipeline

If you haven’t read part 1 and part 2, you should do so before continuing here. Part 1 contains all the prerequisites and part 2 is about cloning the project and get your sandbox environment up running. Continue reading