How do I build from my source code? How do I manage and rebuild object properties and my version list? Should I store my version list? How do I manage translations? How do I manage what and when things are promoted to User Acceptance testing or Production? How do I deal with customers doing their own development? How do I maintain discipline so things don’t go wrong?
If you ever asked yourself any of these questions or others here is your chance to get into a helicopter get airborne and take a fresh look on how to approach this.
In this session, we’ll talk about the do’s and don’ts regarding Extensions. Essentially, after the session where Microsoft talks about the things that are now possible in NAV2017 - in this session, we’ll focus on the part “how to do it”. Best practices if you will, where we will not only talk about possibilities, but also “impossibilities” and how to work around them.
In this session, we will present techniques that make Dynamics NAV / 365 appear more responsive and smarter to the customer. To enable responsiveness, we will demonstrate how the new notification framework can be used to present non-blocking, actionable messages to customers in the right context and at the right time. To enable smartness, we will demonstrate how we integrated Cortana Intelligence in Dynamics NAV / 365 and show how to perform (time series) forecasting and how to reuse experiments from the Cortana gallery in Dynamics NAV / 365.
In this session, Steven will introduce you in the world of Power BI for Dynamics NAV.
You will see what it takes to develop a dashboard in Power BI Desktop. Starting from getting the data out of Dynamics NAV, we will create a data model.
On one hand we will see how to achieve this using Power Query, which we will enhance with measures, calculated columns and tables using DAX. On the other hand we will use OLAP Cubes, connected to Dynamics NAV and other sources, to build the data model.
Based upon this data model we will then create reports that visualize the information, which we will use to create a dashboard. Next we will demonstrate how you can share, consume and refresh the datasets, reports and dashboard.
We will look at the Power BI tool stack from a technical point of view. What are these strange languages meant for: DAX, M and R? How can you connect to Dynamics NAV? What knowledge do I need and how do I get started?
When do I use OLAP Cubes to build a Data Warehouse for Power BI and how does that compare to using ODATA Web Services?
Hear what we’ve learned about good design in the last year of NAV development:
Susanne Priess , Mergetool.com , United States