Welcome to Episode 57 of "A Shot of Business Central and a Beer" podcast! In this latest installment, join us for a lively discussion as we delve into the freshest updates in the world of Business Central. Our hosts will share insights into implementation strategies, drawing from Ken's wealth of experience and his book, "The Executive Guide to Implementing Accounting Software." Brace yourselves for a unique twist as we explore the world of artificial intelligence in the business realm. And, of course, we'll be adding a flavor-packed punch to the episode by sipping on a pickle beer – because why not make business discussions as enjoyable as a refreshing drink? Tune in for a perfect blend of business insights, technology trends, and a touch of humor, all served up with a side of pickle beer vibes. Cheers to staying informed and entertained!
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A Shot of Business Central and A Beer Podcast Show Notes
Beer we're drinking
Donna’s Pickle Beer – “You’ll relish every sip.”
Story behind the beer: Donna was backstage at The Garden eating pickles from a jar. In a flash of light, she was pushed onstage and kissed full on the mouth by a beer-drinking Mick Jagger. It was electric! No, not the kiss! The taste in her mouth, beer and pickles! That night Donna’s Pickle Beer was born.
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Latest Business Central News
Minor update 23.3 for 2023 Release Wave 2 includes feature changes.
Because the new Danish Bookkeeping Act demands an incorporated capability for e-invoicing that is linked to the NemHandel service, a new e-invoicing app has been built on top of our new global e-documents core application. This new program has all of the functionality requested by Danish authorities and supports OIOUBL and PEPPOL formats. The software also connects e-documents in Business Central to NemHandel via certified access points.
You get more proactive alerts to assist you prevent typical problems and difficulties that may arise throughout the cloud conversion process, such as:
• The table mappings have not been utilized during the cloud transfer. This might mean that you overlooked some critical data or that you specified the table mappings wrong.
• The amount of records in your tables differs across the source and destination settings. This might imply that some data was lost or duplicated during the cloud transfer procedure.
• You overwrote a database table in the target environment. This might impair the functioning or performance of your cloud environment.
Excel layout writers may produce multilingual reports. Layout writers may use two dollar signs ($$) tags in Excel for the following:
• Worksheet names, chart headers, pivot elements, slices, and shared strings.
Prior to this version, writers of Excel layouts could only access data from the report metadata or runtime of the report request if it was included in the dataset given by the report developer.
With this edition, Excel reports will always include hidden worksheets with the following information:
• Report AL metadata • Request metadata • Get page options
• Request page filters and report captions.
The service that checks submitted AppSource applications for breaking changes now verifies a hotfix against the most recent AppSource app version, which is targeted for the next major/minor release of Business Central.
The AL Microsoft Graph module has methods that cover the following scenarios:
• Create Microsoft Graph authorization.
• Install the Microsoft Graph Client.
• Process GET, PATCH, POST, and DELETE requests using Microsoft Graph.
You may now simply use Azure Files, which provides fully managed cloud file shares available via the industry-standard Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, Network File System (NFS) protocol, and Azure Files REST API.
From February 20th to February 23rd, there will be a virtual AI hackathon open to all BC partners.
AI Snack Time
Microsoft AI News
On January 15th, Microsoft announced the availability of Copilot Pro. Copilot Pro provides:
A single AI experience that runs across your devices, understanding your context on the web, on your PC, across your apps and soon on your phone to bring the right skills to you when you need them.
Access to Copilot in Word, Excel[i], PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote on PC, Mac and iPad for Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscribers.
Priority access to the very latest models – starting today with OpenAI’s GPT-4 Turbo. With Copilot Pro you’ll have access to GPT-4 Turbo during peak times for faster performance and, coming soon, the ability to toggle between models to optimize your experience how you choose.
Enhanced AI image creation with Image Creator from Designer (formerly Bing Image Creator) – ensuring it’s faster with 100 boosts per day while bringing you more detailed image quality as well as landscape image format.
The ability to build your own Copilot GPT – a customized Copilot tailored for a specific topic – in our new Copilot GPT Builder (coming soon) with just a simple set of prompts.
You can subscribe to Copilot Pro today for $20 per month/per user.
Video link: https://youtu.be/8QXS-boCQZI
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· Track Your Basketball Data: FG’s made, FG percentages, etc.
· Virtual Basketball Workouts
· Virtual Coaching
· Worldwide competitions
· Play with your Friends
· Use AI to analyze and track your shot
OpenAI launched GPT Store for custom AI assistants.
People are creating AI assistants for:
· Personal trail recommendations from AllTrails
· Searching academic papers with Consensus
· Expanding coding skills via Khan Academy’s Code Tutor
· Designing presentations with Canva, book recommendations from Books
· Maths help from CK-12 Flexi
· And many many more!
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