In the course of setting up our Azure KeyVault, we also had to assign an appropriate certificate in the Azure App Registration. To do this, however, it was necessary to extract a .crt, .pem or .cer certificate from our existing wildcard certificate. Unfortunately i had only the .pfx file available. You can achieve this with […]
Of course, in corona times, we also work mostly from home. To access the companies’ resources, we use Microsoft’s RDS as our terminal server solution. Aswell for our developers. Here, however, we repeatedly encountered the problem that we could only update Visual Studio Code with difficulty. Sometimes there’s still open processes of users (that forgot […]
There are a million scripts out there to Restore SQL/BC Database (Dynamics NAV / Business Central) in the web… So why shouldn’t there be another one 😛 What it does It’s a simple PowerShell script iterating over the defined directories and restoring the database to the last transaction log. For me… It’s my “sleep better […]
Here’s a little snippet i extensively use in my scripts. It helps to check if there’s updates for your PowerShell modules and installs them if available. In this example, I want to use two different PowerShell modules bccontainerhelper and sqlserver. Actually, this could be used in all PowerShell scripts that don’t depend on a specific […]
Today I was informed by my colleagues that the installation of “next version” Business Central containers doesn’t work anymore (as described here). So we took a look into the Partner Center to find out that the new bccontainerhelper now has its own functions for that. So this is just a little update on this: In […]
Recently I’ve listened to a genuinely nice and interesting session at Directions EMEA concerning usage of webhooks in Azure Devops. The idea of Kamil Sacek was to create e.g., a docker container with a certain Business Central version for local development. If the developer is creating a new workitem and adding a new branch to […]
Attention: This post is deprecated and updated here! It took me a while to install the Docker bcinsider preview images for D365 Business Central. Credentials for this private repository could be found at Microsoft Collaborate (read more). So, here’s my snippet to use with navcontainerhelper. Now you can easily create your Docker container using New-BCContainer.