Some time ago I had to create an interface between MSDyn365FO and a web service that returned data as XML. I decided to use X++’s XML classes (XmlDocument, XmlNodeList, XmlElement, etc…) to parse the XML and get the data. These classes are terrible. You get the job done but in an ugly way. There’s a better method to quickly parse XML or JSON in MSDyn365FO.
Feature management has been around in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations for some time now. Before that features were enabled through flighting running a SQL query on dev and UAT boxes (and the DSE team would do it on production).
Now we have a nice workspace showing all the available features and flighting is still around too. The main difference between flighting and features is that flighting is enabled to a selected group of customers, like a preview of a feature.
During this past night (at least it was night for me :P) the new tasks for Azure DevOps to deploy the packages and update model versions have been published:
— Joris de Gruyter (@jorisdg) May 1, 2019
There’s an announcement in the Community blogs too with extended details on setting it up. Let´s see the new tasks and how to set them up.
Unless you’ve been working for an ISV there’s a high percentage of probabilities that you’ve never cared about Dynamics Best Practices (BP), or maybe you have. I haven’t worked for an ISV myself but back when I started working with AX I was handed the development BP document and I’ve tried to follow most of them when writing code. But BPs could be ignored and not implemented without any issue. This is why Microsoft will…