From the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Blogs: File-based integration; Time registration; Not yet received quantities; Connecting Power BI

January 1 2021

This week, on the Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations blog roundup:

  • How to implement file-based integration in Dynamics 365 FinOps using X++
  • Time registration approval fundamentals in Dynamics 365
  • Can you transact on not yet received quantities in D365FO and AX?
  • How to connect Power BI to D365FO service operation endpoint

How to implement file-based integration in Dynamics 365 FinOps using X++

On Denis Trunin's X++ Programming Blog, Trunin noted that there are many ways to implement and integration with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

He stated that the oldest and most commonly used integration type is probably the file-based approach. Trunin explained the advantages of using this approach:

Very clear responsibility (you either have a file in the correct folder or not);

It is easy to troubleshoot (you can view the file, can modify it, etc..)

Trunin then discussed two other integration options, stating that while these solutions were valid for a lot of cases, there were some issues with using them.

Finally, Trunin discussed another possible solution for file integration using X++ that resolves those issues.

Time registration approval fundamentals in Dynamics 365

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tacklers's picture

Your lead article refers but no link please.
Saves me looking!
Cheers, Richard