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From the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Blogs: Automated unit tests; Mandatory fields; Version control system; User and security settings

by MSDW Reporter
Editorial Team,

In this week's Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations blog roundup:

  • Automated unit tests for intercompany transactions – Dynamics 365 supply chain management               
  • How mandatory is required
  • Understanding D365FO version control system and why it is different from AX2012
  • Move all user and security settings with data entities     

Automated unit tests for intercompany transactions – Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management           

On his blog, Dag Calafell stated that creating unit tests (SysTest + ATL) and automating their running in an Azure pipeline is part of a good continuous update strategy to reduce the risk of taking frequent product updates for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management from Microsoft.

Calafell noted that although the guidance on docs combined with the samples shipped in a "develop" environment deployment are pretty good, they don't talk about how to handle multiple legal entities.

In his blog post, Calafell explains how to do just that.

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