This is a Dummies tutorial to implementing Azure Functions in Visual Studio Code. As part of a demo & presentation, I have started to create centrally available, .NET based functions, such as barcode or PDF recognition, in Azure Functions. Our consultants should get an opportunity to use central “Comsol Library / Microservices” to save time and effort instead of implementing those wide-spread functions again and again.
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 […]
In the last days I had the case that I worked in an older Business Central v13 customer database with the latest AL Language Extension. What normally works largely without problems, has cost me nerves at the example of the Enums. You get methods displayed that are only supported in more recent versions. So I […]