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A Shot of Business Central and A Beer | Episode 28

Updated: Sep 29, 2021

Welcome back to episode 28 of A Shot of Business Central and A Beer, presented by Solution Systems, a Gold Microsoft Partner. Today’s episode includes the latest Business Central news with a spotlight on the 18.3 update, 2021 Release Wave 2 overview, Business Central’s Microsoft Teams integration, and a discussion surrounding Microsoft AppSource Issues.


0:00 Podcast Opening

1:21 Intro and Budweiser Beer Review

15:28 Business Central News

37:35 2021 Release Wave 2 Overview

58:48 Microsoft Teams Integration

1:10:08 AppSource Issues

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A Shot of Business Central and A Beer Show Notes

Budweiser Beer Review

Budweiser Beer and Jack Daniels

Budweiser is owned and produced by Anheuser-Busch

Slogan: King of Beers Since 1876

Most known for in Chicago: Replacing Old Style (2013) as the preferred beer in Wrigley Field for Cubs fans.

Budweiser is also known for: Their Clydesdales horses. These horses made their first-ever appearance on April 7, 1933 as a gift in celebration of the repeal of Prohibition.

Score: 56, which is awful.

Favorite Review by Killgora: Not as bad as bud light, but still bad. Has that moldy bread taste, not as strong. Speaking of strong this beer certainly isn't strong in flavor. I like plain wheat beers, heck even some cheap ones, but this is just so weak it has no right calling itself the self-proclaimed King of Beers. When Europeans and other foreigner’s think of American beers they probably think of this, and I get why they say our beer is weak. They obviously haven't tired a good craft brew, or even at least a Blue Moon or something. Every time I drink ones of these, which only happens when it's offered to me and there are no other options, I remember how bad it is.

Michael's Rating: 72

Ken's Rating: 65

Business Central News

Feature Changes

On Premise Object Range Update

  • Effective October 1, 2021 Microsoft will update permissions for object ranges

  • As part of Microsoft ambitions to enable every customer to run CI/CD pipelines and to develop apps for Business Central, we added the capability to publish objects in the following ranges with all license types:

    • 0 to 49,999

    • 50,000 to 99,999

    • 99,000,000 to 99,999,999

NAV 2017

  • January 11, 2022 mainstream support will end for Dynamics NAV 2017.+

  • · Microsoft has achieved the position of a “leader.”

  • · From the report: "Microsoft leverages a customer feedback model that allows the vendor to continue its customer-first approach through numerous community channels and user studies. Updates throughout the year have centered on improvements to core functionalities and IT compatibility. The simplifying of dimension editing for tasks such as general ledger entries was initiated in response to past difficulties in correcting errors inputted by users. At-home employees were among the most to benefit as the update allowed for rapid re-mediation without the need for IT personnel."

Nucleus Research ERP Value Matrix June 2021

Ken will be leading two Business Central sessions this year.

  • Custom BC Reports in 5 Minutes – Start the Clock!

  • Let's Assemble - Assembly, Manufacturing, and Jobs.

  • If you’re a fan of Instagram you’ll now be able to find our full shows, segments, and shorts all in one place.

  • Just search up Business Central ERP Podcast.

Business Central 2021 Release Wave 2 Overview

Michael's Notes:

BC 2021 Release Wave 2 Breakdown
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Ken's Notes:

BC 2021 Wave 2 Release - detailed features list
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1 Comment

Erol Kunman
Erol Kunman
Aug 22, 2021

There was misinformation in the podcast about storage.

Conserning Database Capacity changes the 40GB for blobs is gone.

So Microsoft marketed the changes as a win to everyone but actually it was a win for companies with 20 or more full users and a loss for everyone else.


"Starting July 1, 2021, along with introduction of lower-priced capacity add-ons and per-license capacity quota extensions, the capacity occupied by the files or Blob data stored in the Business Central database (the content of the Tenant Media and Tenant Media Thumbnails tables) is counted towards the overall database storage capacity of the customer (tenant)."


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