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Addendum #05 – Include Lookup Value in Restore Archived Sales Document feature
Addendum #04 – Verifying the Report Dataset
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Addendum #03 – Simplifying API testing using basic authentication
Interview: Why test automation for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a team effort
From fresh to shared fixture #3 – refactoring can start
From fresh to shared fixture #2 – a refactoring example
From fresh to shared fixture #1 – a nice display of applying TDD’s 2nd rule
Test Automation for Microsoft D365 Business Central online course
Another run of the: Test Automation for #msdyn365bc online course.
Starting on 26th of June, 2023, in six sessions I will introduce you into the world of BC test automation.
More details and registration form to be found here.
Errata and Updates to my book and GitHub project (2nd edition)
Like any other kind of project writing and publishing a book never leads to a 100% flawless result, whatever the level of commitment and professionalism. My peers and I have spent so much time in getting things reviewed and modified. Alas, it might seem useless but of course isn’t. I…
Addendum #02 – Including all extended pages in permissions testing
As promised in my first addendum post Addendum #01 – Scenario 0032 ‘Test that lookup value shows on standard Customer – List report’ I would pick up one-by-one the out-scoped issues logged on the GitHub repo accompanying the book. This one took a bit longer because of my needed Xmas…
Addendum #01 – Scenario 0032 ‘Test that lookup value shows on standard Customer – List report’
Those who have already acquired my book and started to read might have discovered that there is a GitHub repo accompanying the book. They also might have seen that a number of out-scoped issues have been already listed. Issues I was going to handle after the book would be published….
Now Luc, tell me, why should I buy the 2nd edition of your book?
Various times I have been asked what the differences are between the 1st and 2nd edition of my book Automated Testing in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Or in other words: Luc, tell me, why should I buy the 2nd edition of your book? So, I made a quick overview…
2nd Edition of my book is out!
Finished, ready, done, basta! We've completed the 2nd edition of my book last week. 400 pages! Wow, twice the size of the 1st edition. Thanx to the many that helped me getting it done.
Get yourself a copy here.
Want to know what the 2nd edition brings? Read this post.