On April 1st, we shipped Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave 1. It is a great release with a lot of exciting new features, which I will leave to others to write about and describe.
I will instead write about a small issue on the 19 local 16.0 DVDs you can download. They all contain test framework apps and our Microsoft test apps which ships for W1. Continue reading
Running automated tests is an essential part of any CI/CD strategy. For Business Central, we have been able to use containers and the function Run-TestsInNavContainer in the NavContainerHelper PowerShell module as described in this blog post (make sure you have read this before continuing) for 6-12 months and a lot of partners are already taking advantage of this. This blog post shows you how to get the max. out of the functions. Continue reading
If you didn’t read this blog post: https://freddysblog.com/2019/04/13/running-tests-in-containers/, then please do so before proceeding. This blog post will only describe what’s new when running tests in 15.x containers Continue reading
Since the very start of NAV and Business Central on Containers, it has been possible to run tests through the UI (Windows Client and Web Client), just as you have been able to do when you install directly on a machine. A lot of people have however been looking for a way to run tests automated – and… – since NavContainerHelper 0.5.0.3 (February 25th) a function called Run-TestsInNavContainer has been available. A few changes has been implemented since then and I am now ready to describe how to use the function. Continue reading