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A blog is an informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries (posts). Posts are shown in reverse chronological order, so that the most recent post appears first, at the top of the web page. Until 2009, blogs were usually the work of a single individual, occasionally of the small group, and often covered a single subject or topic. In the 2010s, “multi-author blogs” (MABs) emerged, featuring the writing of multiple authors and sometimes professionally edited. MABs from newspapers, other media outlets, universities, think tanks, advocacy groups, and same institutions account for the bosting the quantity of blog traffic. The rise of Twitter and other “microblogging” systems supports integrate MABs and single-author blogs into the news media. The blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.
Before, the knowledge of the technologies as HTML and FTP had been required to publish the content on the Web, and early Web users, therefore, and computer enthusiasts. In the 2010s, the majority are interactive Web 2.0 websites, grant visitors to leave online comments, and it is this interactivity that distinguishes them from the other static websites. In that sense, blogging can be viewed as a form of social networking service. Indeed, bloggers do not only produce content for the post on their blogs but also often build social relations with their readers and other bloggers. However, there are high-readership blogs which do not grant comments. Many blogs offer commentary on a particular subject or topic, ranging from politics to sports. Others function personal online diaries, and others function more as online brand advertising of a particular individual or company A blog combines text, digital images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and the other media related to its topic.

Set Up and Deploy D365 On-premises Environments

This article applies only to deploying D365 On-premises Environments on Platform updates 8 and 11. It explains how to set up the infrastructure, plan your deployment and deploy D365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition (on-premises), for the platform updates 8 and 11. With this deployment option, Microsoft SQL Server database and the application servers will run in the customers data center. When you choose an on-premises deployment type, the system requirements, hardware sizing and functionality differ from a cloud deployment. D365 On-premises Environments Components The Finance and Operations application consists of three main components: Application Object Server (AOS) Business Intelligence (BI) Financial Reporting/Management Reporter These components depend on the following s...

Microsoft Dynamics 365 F&O SSRS Reports Testing

There are various strategies for testing the content of reports using automation. In this article we look at how we can perform Microsoft Dynamics 365 F&O SSRS Reports Testing and render an SSRS report in memory and then query an XML representation of its content using X++. If we develop a new or extend an existing SSRS report, we should add some further tests to our delivery pipeline to make sure it behaves as the user expects and to automatically pick up on any future regressions. Microsoft Dynamics 365 F&O SSRS Reports Testing Steps This approach is to test the content of the report once it has been rendered by SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and converted into an XML format. public void run() { //Configure the SrsReportRunController controller controller.parmReportName(rep...

MS D365 Field Service with IoTHub Architecture

Connected MS D365 Field Service with IoTHub Architecture brings together AzureIoT and Dynamics 365 for Field Service. In this article, you will find an explanation of the architecture and how it all works together. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Field Service helps organizations improve customer satisfaction with reliable service through expected service delivery and inventory management with flexible service schedules that can be recurring if needed. It also maintains the accuracy of service contracts, warranties and installed products across customers, geographies and locations. MS D365 Field Service with IoTHub Architecture Prerequisites To understand what’s covered in this article, you need to know that Connected Field Service (CFS) refers to a set of solutions, processes and entities bu...

Dynamics 365 Field Service Work Order Architecture

The most important process in Dynamics 365 Field Service Work Order Architecture is the work order process where work orders are: Created Scheduled to resources Performed by field technicians Completed and reviewed D365 for Field Service business application helps organizations provide onsite service to customer locations. The application combines workflow automation, scheduling algorithms, and mobility to set mobile workers up for success when they’re onsite with customers fixing issues. Dynamics 365 Field Service Work Order Architecture Steps Work Order The Work Order entity contains the details of the job that needs to be completed. This includes basic details like work order type, status, duration, priority, and more. Work orders are related to the standard Dynamics 365 Account e...

MS GP Employee Health and Wellness Manager Setup

There are several set up windows associated with Microsoft Dynamics GP Employee Health and Wellness Manager Setup: Health and Wellness Code Setup window Results Setup window Health and Wellness Template Setup window Sources Setup window Category Setup window Microsoft Dynamics GP connects your people and systems, fueling teamwork, increasing accuracy and reducing steps for routine tasks. It offers an individualized, task-based user experience and easy customization based on the preferences and work styles of your people. MS GP Employee Health and Wellness Manager Setup Windows 1. Health and Wellness Code Setup Window Use the GP Employee Health and Wellness Manager Setup window to set up and assign unlimited number of Codes with descriptions and be able to set the status of the code to Acti...

Dynamics GP Advanced Human Resources Setup

Microsoft Dynamics GP Advanced Human Resources components (Benefit Lifecycle Manager; Certification, License and Training Manager and Employee Health and Wellness) require various setup tasks to be completed prior to connecting them with the employee records. Planning what will be used within the various set up windows is critical. As categories, codes, types and templates are developed; keep in mind what information is required for outputs in the form of inquiries and reports. Microsoft Dynamics GP has applications for financial management, human resources management, manufacturing planning, supply chain management, field service, business intelligence, collaboration, compliance and IT management. Dynamics GP Advanced Human Resources Setup Objectives Use Security Task Setup window to set ...

Dynamics GP Intercompany Processing Setup

You can use Microsoft Dynamics GP Intercompany Processing Setup to enter and maintain relationships between companies so revenues or expenses incurred in one company (the originating company) can be tracked as “due to” or “due from” amounts in other companies (destination companies). This article is designed to give you an understanding of how to use the features of Intercompany Processing, and how it integrates with the Microsoft Dynamics GP system. To make best use of Intercompany Processing, you should be familiar with system wide features described in the System User’s Guide, the System Setup Guide, and the System Administrator’s Guide. Some features described in the documentation are optional and can be purchased through your Microsoft Dynamics GP partner. Microsoft Dynamics GP Interc...

Great Plains Intercompany Processing Transactions

This article explains about the Great Plains Intercompany Processing Transactions documentation to record transactions in the General Ledger or Payables Management module of one company that will create transactions in the General Ledger of another company. Dynamics GP Intercompany Processing allows you to easily create and account for intercompany transactions between different Dynamics GP company databases you have in your system. Great Plains Intercompany Processing Transactions Steps The following Great Plains Intercompany Processing Transactions information is discussed: “Multicurrency transactions” explains how multicurrency functionality affects Intercompany Processing. “Intercompany transactions” describes how to enter and void intercompany transactions. “Posting” contains informat...

GP Intercompany Processing Inquiries and Reports

This article explains about the Microsoft Dynamics GP Intercompany Processing Inquiries and Reports documentation and explains how to use inquiries and reports to analyze intercompany activity. The inquiry windows and reports in Great Plains Intercompany Processing allow you to access information quickly and to display the information either on the screen or on a printed report. The following information is discussed: “Inquiries,” explains how to use the GP Intercompany Processing inquiry windows to view transaction information. “Reports,” describes how to use reports to analyze intercompany activity. Dynamics GP Intercompany Processing Inquiries Inquiry features help you analyze intercompany financial information. Analyzing data contained in your accounting system will let you make reason...

Microsoft Dynamics Field Service Mobile

Field technicians use the Microsoft Dynamics Field Service Mobile app to view their schedules, work orders, equipment details, and more as they travel to various customer locations each day. In this article, we’ll take a look at some basic details of the application. Field service mobile extends the power of field service for Microsoft Dynamics CRM to mobile devices. The abilities that your people in the field need to provide customers with the best possible service on virtually any mobile device is provided by the Field service mobile. Microsoft Dynamics Field Service Mobile Key Capabilities Native App Field Service Mobile is a native app for Windows, iOS, and Android mobile devices. Native apps can use device-specific hardware and software, like the camera and microphone. Offline C...

Dynamics 365 Business Central Data for Power BI

Getting insights into your Dynamics 365 Business Central Data is easy with Power BI and the Business Central content packs. Power BI retrieves your data and then builds an out-of-the-box dashboard and reports based on that data. You must have a valid account with Business Central and with Power BI. Also, you must download the Power Business Intelligence Desktop if you wish to create your own Power BI reports. Power BI content packs needs permissions to the tables where data is retrieved from. More details on the requirements are described below. The content packs that are described in this article are designed to use Azure Active Directory as the authentication mechanism. If you use Business Central on-premises and use a different authentication mechanism, then Power BI cannot connect to y...

Business Central Assembly Management

MS D365 Business Central Assembly Management includes the features to assist companies that supply products to their customers by combining the components in simple processes without the necessity of manufacturing functionality, to assemble items that combine with existing features, such as sales, planning, reservations and warehousing. An assembly item is defined as a sellable item that contains an assembly BOM. The Assembly orders are the internal orders, similar to the production orders, that are used to manage the assembly process and to connect the sales requirements with the involved warehouse activities. Assembly orders differ from the other order types because they contain both output and consumption when posting. The assembly order header behaves similarly to a sales order line an...

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