We’ll go over the use of PowerAutomate Flow to connect to Business Central page data through the WebService. We will review How to: - Create a recurring PowerAutomate Flow; - Review BC page data and how we want to change it; - What credentials and data we need to set up the connection to BC environment; - Sending request to get data though the web service and parse it; - Analyze received data and send an email based on field values; - Change page data. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Intermediate
What are the options to move from NAV to BC? There are a lot of different ways to approach an upgrade to BC, so let’s discuss options and the pros & cons of each approach. Here you will learn how you can move forward with either a lightly or heavily modified NAV system. We will discuss some of the challenges of migrating to the cloud. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Basic
Learn enough basic SQL to retrieve data from your Dynamics SL database. We will focus on the select statement and joining tables together in one query. You will learn enough to use SQL with Quick Query, Excel, and reports. SQL 101 caters to those with no (or limited) SQL experience. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Basic
Looking to be the office hero after Summit? This session will give you a whole list of easy but powerful takeaways to share with your team. No PowerPoint here! We'll demo 50 tips LIVE inside of Business Central so you can see for yourself how to accomplish things faster, easier, and with more efficiency! Join us for this very FAST 50 minutes! This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Basic
Ready to understand more about the internals of your implementation of Dynamics 365 Business Central/Dynamics NAV? Never had the proper training you feel was needed? Join this session and learn how to use debugger tools to identify and fix issues. We'll review the art of evaluating variables, identifying which logic and data have caused errors, and pausing code execution to troubleshoot. For Business Central Cloud, we review tools available in the user interface to troubleshoot and correct data and logic errors. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Basic
Did you know that you have the ability to put multiple projects on a single contract, or even create a project hierarchy with sub/child projects? You also have the ability to add multiple funding sources to a single contract and create billing rules to determine how the billing responsibility can be broken down. Additional billing rules can be configured based on milestones, delivery of unit of measures, and project progress (% complete). All of these options can be configured to be invoiced and billed collectively. The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner to intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
How can one Power Apps application securely meet the needs of more than one user persona without exposing an organization to data privacy risks? This session will share techniques successfully used to serve the needs of 3 different user personas - an individual user, a manager and a resource manager - securely providing each with only the information necessary for their role. Session Level: Intermediate
Learn how to use the robust Approval engine in Power Automate to streamline your business process approvals. Power Automate allows an approver to “take action” in a variety of ways including from the Power Automate mobile app and from within Outlook. It couldn't be more convenient. In this session, we'll start by building a simple approval process (one manager) and work our way up to sequential multi-stage approvals (more than one manager); and we’ll review parallel approvals too. If you have anything that requires approvals, this will make your life easier and save you money. Session Level: Basic
For GP admins, there is often a need for some basic SQL skills and knowledge. You may not have an IT background, but with some light training you can find the details on how to navigate SQL Server Management Studio and perform some valuable SQL tasks. This session with give an overview of that navigation as well as cover some of those key SQL functions including backups and maintenance as well as the table structure and the intro to report writing with views. If you are a GP admin looking for additional SQL knowledge, this session is for you. This session is geared for an audience with a basic skill set. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
You have critical business information in multiple places, but are you using the available APIs to consolidate data points together in a way to foster new insights and good decision making? We'll walk through the process of accessing APIs and getting data from disparate sources. Do you really need to be a developer? What are things you need to consider when working with web services? What about working with Excel, Jet Reports and other reporting tools? We'll feature practical examples of the power of Web Services and how to make your data useful so you can take action. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Intermediate
Successful enterprise projects use a variety of continuous integration and advanced DevOps tools. These tools and techniques take significant time and investment as well as ongoing maintenance to ensure the process runs smoothly. What about the small implementations with a handful of users and potentially only one or two citizen developers building the business application? This session covers some simple best practices, tools and techniques to ensure the work on small to medium Dynamics 365 and Power Platform business application development is properly archived in source control and updates are rolled out in a simple, but controlled fashion. The content of this session is geared toward an audience with intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area.