Throwing managed exceptions from X++ in D365FO

What I really miss in X++ is the ability to throw exception objects. If you throw an exception in X++, it’s just a number defining what kind of exception it is, which usually says just “Error” (Exception::Error). You also typically add a message to infolog, but the message in infolog and the exception don’t have …

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Find D365FO labels in Powershell

You can use Dynamics 365 > Find labels… in Visual Studio to find D365FO labels, but its capabilities are quite limited. Sometimes a better option is searching through the underlying text files directly and you can easily automate it with Powershell. The following script looks at all label files for US English and finds all …

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First chance exceptions

Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations runs completely in “.NET”, which has some interesting implications. The runtime and tools working with it (such as Visual Studio) offer many new options that may be very useful. One of these options is the ability to catch first chance exceptions. When an exception is thrown, it’s considered a …

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Report printed to e-mail

You can easily send a D365FO report in email just by configuring print destination to Email and setting a few properties. You can do the same from code, where you can also set the body. You must create an instance of SrsReportEMailDataContract class, fill it values and pass it to SRSPrintDestinationSettings.parmEMailContract(). Here is an example: …

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