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MB-820: Dynamics 365 Business Central Developer Training

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A Dynamics 365 Business Central developer creates apps to enhance Business Central. This can entail developing new modules and changing old ones.

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  • Category : Dynamics 365

Course Price : $2595 Per Participant

Course Description

A Dynamics 365 Business Central developer creates apps to enhance Business Central. This can entail developing new modules and changing old ones. Using events, the developer can add or update current business logic. A developer also allows you to combine Business Central with other programs, such as Microsoft Power Platform products.

Business Central developers are in charge of resolving and debugging system difficulties. This could include determining the root cause of an issue, correcting flaws, and testing the solution to ensure it works as intended. Business Central developers may be asked to optimize the system's performance by detecting bottlenecks and increasing code quality. Business Central developers are in charge of upgrading, migrating data, and maintaining the system to keep it up to date and secure.

 

 

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  • Live instructor-led interactive sessions with Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCT).
  • Access to Microsoft Official Courseware (MOC).
  • Real-time Virtual Lab Environment.
  • Experience 24*7 Learner Support.
  • Self-paced learning and flexible schedules.
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What you will learn

  • green-tick Start your free Dynamics 365 Business Central trial
  • green-tick Introduction to the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Customize Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Prepare for an easy application upgrade experience in Business Central
  • green-tick Administer Dynamics 365 Business Central online
  • green-tick Manage users and implement security in Business Central
  • green-tick Introduction to the development environment for Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Debug and deploy your extension in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Work with pages in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Design the data model of a report in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Work with codeunits in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Work with XMLports in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Work with entitlements and permission sets in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Work with queries in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Build control add-in objects in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Customize the UI experience in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Identify functional table types and characteristics in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Introduction to the basics of AL programming in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Learn about application performance and monitoring in Business Central
  • green-tick Work with source control using Git in Visual Studio Code for Business Central
  • green-tick Use Application Lifecycle Management for Business Central
  • green-tick Introduction to test automation in Business Central
  • green-tick Use Power Automate with Business Central
  • green-tick Access REST services from within Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Use Azure Functions with Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Work with web services in Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • green-tick Work with the API in Dynamics 365 Business Central

Prerequisites

To successfully undertake training in the MB-820T00-A: Dynamics 365 Business Central Developer course, students should ideally meet the following minimum prerequisites:

 

  • Basic understanding of business processes and financial concepts, such as accounting principles and inventory management.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central or other ERP systems is beneficial but not mandatory.
  • Experience with software development, particularly with programming languages such as C/AL, C#, or JavaScript, is recommended.
  • Knowledge of Visual Studio Code and source control concepts, specifically using Git, is advantageous.
  • An understanding of basic database concepts, including tables and relationships.
  • Comfort with using Microsoft Windows and a general familiarity with Microsoft Office products, especially Excel.
  • A willingness to learn new development concepts and adapt to the AL language and the extensions-based approach to customization in Business Central.

Please note that while these prerequisites are recommended for the best learning experience, motivated individuals with a strong commitment to learning and problem-solving may also succeed in this course with additional study and effort.

Who should attend this course?

Candidates for this course include Developers, Architects, Software Engineers, Technical Advisors, Technical Consultants, User Experience Leads, or a combination of these abilities. Business Central is our fastest growing app, with the most solutions uploaded to AppSource. It is, however, a difficult solution that takes extensive domain and technical skills to accomplish.

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Microtek Learning is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions. This class uses official Microsoft courseware and will be delivered by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).

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  • calendar Aug 26, 2024
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Curriculum

  • Create a Business Central account.
  • Sign in to Business Central.
  • Use a demo database.
  • Start a trial with your own data.
  • Extend your trial and subscribe or unsubscribe your organization from Business Central.
  • Why Business Central is a cloud end-to-end business solution.
  • The core Business Central functionalities by browsing application areas.
  • Understand the high-level technical architecture of Business Central.
  • Know the available options to tailor Business Central to specific needs.
  • Understand upgrade responsibilities and best practices
  • Create proper installation and upgrade codeunits
  • Know how to sign up for the Cloud Solution Provider program.
  • Use the administration center to manage environments.
  • Set up tenant notifications and inspect environment telemetry.
  • Manage support requests for customers.
  • Export a database.
  • Enable features ahead of time
  • Manage users and user groups
  • Implement and configure security
  • Setup profiles, and role centers
  • Audit changes to data
  • Use the Microsoft Visual Studio Code development environment.
  • Create a basic new AL Language extension.
  • Design the different configuration files in an AL extension.
  • Manage multiple AL extensions in one workspace.
  • Learn how to work with the Visual Studio Code debugger.
  • Use Debug and Attach configuration files.
  • Work with the Rapid Application Development (RAD) feature.
  • Deploy your extensions to a production tenant.
  • Identify the different page types.
  • Discover the different page properties.
  • Learn how to build the layout of new pages.
  • Link pages with page parts.
  • Use snippets to create pages in Visual Studio Code.
  • Enable end users to search for a page.
  • Define actions on a page and set its properties.
  • Learn about the different report components.
  • Create the data items for a report.
  • Add columns to the dataset of a report.
  • Order, link, and indent data items.
  • Learn about codeunits.
  • Create new codeunits.
  • Access functions within a codeunit.
  • Create new XMLports.
  • Configure the important XMLport properties.
  • Define nodes in an XMLport.
  • Work with the different formats.
  • Use an XMLport in AL code.
  • Learn about entitlements and how to use them in Business Central.
  • Learn about permission sets and how they are used.
  • Create or extend entitlement and permission set objects by using AL.
  • Create a new Query object.
  • Join, filter, and aggregate data in a Query object.
  • Access queries from AL.
  • Publish queries as a web service.
  • Learn about control add-ins.
  • Build a control add-in.
  • Send data from Business Central to JavaScript.
  • Send data from JavaScript to Business Central.
  • Connect a control add-in with an Azure function.
  • Add objects to the search dialog.
  • Create page customizations.
  • Define profiles that are linked to a Role Center and page customizations.
  • Create custom views.
  • Extend the application areas in Business Central.
  • Learn the difference between all available table types.
  • Discover the correct primary key for each table type.
  • Use the correct naming for tables.
  • Create the associated pages.
  • Work with variables and define them in AL code.
  • Use the different data types.
  • Use options and enums.
  • Work with collections.
  • Use the different types of expressions.
  • Prepare your application for optimal performance
  • Get essential application insights
  • Configure Git
  • Know the structure of Git repositories
  • Create a new local Git repository
  • Add and remove files from Git
  • Link and clone a remote Git Repository
  • Work with the .gitignore file
  • Create an Azure DevOps organization
  • Create an Azure DevOps project
  • Know about the different services in Azure DevOps
  • Connect via a Personal Access Token
  • Know the difference between GitHub and Azure DevOps
  • Learn how to write test code in AL with Test Codeunits
  • Install and run the Test Toolkit in Docker containers
  • Run standard Business Central tests
  • Identify what Power Automate is and how it can be used with Business Central.
  • Identify existing Business Central actions and triggers available in Power Automate.
  • See how to create an independent flow in Business Central that automates business processes.
  • Create a flow that runs on a schedule or to create a button flow to send a reminder.
  • Use HTTP data types.
  • Connect to external REST services and read data.
  • Connect to external REST services and post data.
  • Read JSON data in Business Central.
  • Get JSON from an external REST service.
  • Learn about Azure Functions.
  • Create a basic Azure function.
  • Use an existing .NET DLL in an Azure function.
  • Use an Azure function in Business Central.
  • Learn about the differences between SOAP and OData.
  • Enable access to the different web services.
  • Create your own SOAP and OData web services.
  • Use OData and SOAP to read and update records.
  • Handle UI interaction.
  • Define the difference between regular OData web services and the API.
  • Work around API limits.
  • Create new APIs.
  • Read, update, and create through the API.
  • Implement OData bound actions.
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      Duration: 5 Days

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