With the change to BcContainerHelper, sandbox containers became multitenant by default. This means that you have to remember the ?tenant=default in the WebClient and the “tenant” : “default” in launch.json.
The reason for this change was, that sandbox containers needs to feel and act like online tenants and online tenant are… – tenants. I did however miss out on one thing, which I was made aware of over the weekend.
Many years ago, I heard a joke:
3 people (a biologist, a mathematician and a developer) were in Africa on a Safari. They drive by a blue elephant. The biologist shouts out: “Look, there is a BLUE elephant.”. The mathematician states: “Right you are, there is ONE blue elephant”. The developer slaps his palm against his forehead and says: “Damn, there are blue elephants…“
The change to running Business Central in docker using artifacts also opens a new opportunity of running Business Central using a custom generic image.
It feels like a lot more, but actually it is only about one year ago, we started shipping NAV Container Images on Docker.
Business Central Containers followed shortly after and today a lot of our partners are using Docker and our images for spinning up NAV and Business Central containers to do their daily work. Continue reading
Over the weekend, a new version of the NavContainerHelper (version 0.3.1.0) has been uploaded to the PowerShell Gallery with a few bug fixes and a few extra functions. Also a new version of the Generic image (microsoft/dynamics-nav:generic-0.0.6.6) has been published and all NAV images (2016, 2017 and 2018) are being rebuild. Continue reading
As some users of NAV on Docker has noticed, the images gets rebuild from time to time. We typically rebuild all images when we have changes to the generic layer, which might be of value to users of NAV on Docker. This blog post describes what’s new since the last blog post on 0.0.4.1 (December 2nd 2017). Continue reading
Some of you might already know what lies behind this cryptic title, some of you might not care. This post describes what changed in the Generic image version 0.0.4.1, which today is the foundation of all images on the Docker hub and of course also of the generic image on the docker hub. Continue reading