Microsoft Azure New AZ Series Training Courses November 2018

Microsoft Azure New AZ Series Training Courses November 2018

Dynamics Edge offers the following new Microsoft AZ series Training Courses. We offer Azure Administrator Training, Azure Developer Training, Azure Architect Training and more.

Azure Training:

10300 Azure Solutions Architect – Technologies Certification Exam AZ-300 Bundle

DE 30001 AZ-300T01: Deploying and Configuring Infrastructure

DE 300021 AZ-300T02: Implementing Workloads and Security

DE 30003 AZ-300T03: Understanding Cloud Architect Technology Solutions

DE 30004 AZ-300T04: Creating and Deploying Apps

DE 30005 AZ-300T05: Implementing Authentication and Secure Data

DE 30006 AZ-300T06: Developing for the Cloud

10301 Azure Solutions Architect – Design Certification Exam AZ-301 Bundle

DE 30101 AZ-301T01: Designing for Identity and Security

DE 30102 AZ-301T02: Designing a Data Platform Solution

DE 30103 AZ-301T03: Designing for Deployment, Migration, and Integration

DE 30104 AZ-301T04: Designing an Infrastructure Strategy

10200 Azure Developer – Developing Core Cloud Solutions Certification Exam AZ-200 Bundle

DE 20001 AZ-200T01: Select the Appropriate Azure Technology Development Solution

DE 20002 AZ-200T02: Develop for Azure Storage

DE 20003 AZ-200T03: Develop Azure Platform as a Service Solutions

DE 20004 AZ-200T04: Implement Security in Azure Development Solutions

10201 Azure Developer – Developing Advanced Solutions Certification Exam AZ-201 Bundle

DE 20101 AZ-201T01: Develop for an Azure Cloud Model

DE 20102 AZ-201T02: Implement Azure Development Integration Solutions

DE 20103 AZ-201T03: Develop Azure Cognitive Services, Bot, and IoT Solutions

10100 Azure Administration – Azure Infrastructure & Deployment Certification Exam AZ-100 Bundle

DE 1000111 AZ-100T01: Manage Subscriptions and Resources

DE 1000211 AZ-100T02: Implementing and Managing Storage

DE 100031 AZ-100T03: Deploying and Managing Virtual Machines

DE 10004 AZ-100T04: Configuring and Managing Virtual Networks

DE 10005 AZ-100T05: Manage Identities

10105 Azure Administration – Azure Integration and Security Certification Exam AZ-101 Bundle

DE 101011 AZ-101T01: Migrate Servers to Azure

DE 101021 AZ-101T02: Implementing and Managing Application Services

DE 101031 AZ-101T03: Implement Advanced Virtual Networking

DE 10104 AZ-101T04: Secure Identities

Microsoft 365

10400 Microsoft 365 Administration – Tenant Management Identity Exam MS-100 Bundle

DE 1000112 MS-100T01: Office 365 Management

DE 10002 MS-100T02: Microsoft 365 Tenant & Service Management

DE 10003 MS-100T03: Microsoft 365 Identity Management

10401 Microsoft 365 Mobility and Security Certification Exam MS-101 Bundle

DE 10102 MS-101T02: Microsoft 365 Compliance Management

DE 10103 MS-101T03: Microsoft 365 Device Management

DE 10101 MS-101T01: Microsoft 365 Security Management

Microsoft Azure Workshops

40522 Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Azure Stack

40523 Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Azure Blockchain

40524 Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Linux Lift & Shift

40525 Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Media AI

Azure

20777A: Implementing Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB Solutions

Dynamics 365 CRM

55260 55260 Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service

55258 55258 Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Certification Exam Preparation Guides Training Springfield Missouri

Assuming that you might be interested in custom Microsoft Dynamics NAV Certification Training in person in Springfield, Missouri, USA, OR live-virtual, live with the instructor training that you can attend anywhere in the USA or anywhere in the world, we’ve got you covered. We also offer in person Dynamics NAV Certification Exam Training in San Jose, California and many locations in the USA – just ask us for details. Want to know how to become a Microsoft Certified Professional, or MCP, in Dynamics NAV or Dynamics Business Central? We’ve got you covered! Call Dynamics Edge now. Understand how to best prepare for MCP certification exams with Microsoft Dynamics NAV Certification Exam Training Preparation Guides.

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According to this source, Exam MB7-701 Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Core Setup and Finance has been retired.

Exam MB2-713: Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Sales was authored on January 22, 2016 and is still in effect according to this source and as of September 28 2018 is still active, although we recommend the newer exam MB2-717 Dynamics 365 for Sales (although mb2-713 and mb2-717 are on the topic of Dynamics 365 CRM Training rather than Dynamics 365 NAV Training)

 

Exam MB7-701

Published: January 4, 2013
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Turkish
Audiences:IT professionals
Technology: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013
Credit toward certification: MCP, MCTS
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Core Setup and Finance
This exam has been retired
For currently available options, please see the Microsoft Certification exam list.
Skills measured
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Set up the Microsoft Dynamics NAV environment (21%)
Perform user personalization
Customize the ribbon and navigation pane; choose columns on List pages; add and remove a FactBox from the FactBox pane; add and remove FastTabs on pages; customize charts; customize parts on the Role Center page; change the profile and Role Center
Perform basic functions
Use keyboard shortcuts; enter and edit information; add OneNote to a record; add notes and links to records; send pages to Word and Excel; send pages as email attachments; print reports and documents; sort and search information; use FactBoxes; post documents
Configure master data for sales and purchase processes
Add general ledger (G/L) account cards; add chart of accounts pages; add customers and vendors; add item cards
Create and process sales and purchase orders
Create and process purchase orders; receive multiple purchase orders; create purchase invoices by using the Get Receipt Lines function; create sales quotes; convert quotes to sales orders; process sales orders
Preparation resources
How to: Disable or enable personalization
Set up the chart of accounts
How to: Create purchase orders manually
Set up an application (21%)
Manage user rights and profiles
Set up authentication; set up user rights; create permission sets; apply security filters; describe the setup of users and user profiles
Set up number series and trail codes
Set up and assign number series and number series relationships; assign customer numbers in the Sales & Receivables Setup window; set up source codes and reason codes; navigate the audit trail
Set up general journal templates and batches
Describe general journal template fields and batch fields; create general journal templates; open general journal batches from a general journal
Set up posting groups
Set up and assign specific posting groups, including customer, vendor, inventory and bank account posting groups; set up and assign general posting groups; set up and assign value added tax (VAT) posting groups; post and review sales transactions
Set up dimensions
Set up and use dimensions and dimension values; describe dimension combinations, default dimensions, account type default dimensions, default dimension priority, and conflicting default dimensions
Set up and manage document approvals
Set up document approvals; set up the notification system; set up and use a sales document approval system
Preparation resources
Create number series
Set up general journals
How to: Set up dimensions and dimension values
Configure fixed assets (14%)
Set up fixed asset components
Set up fixed asset posting groups; set up depreciation books; set up fixed asset pages; set up main assets and asset components; record open transactions; make duplicate entries; copy fixed assets and fixed asset ledger entries
Set up fixed asset transactions
Describe journals for fixed assets; describe the purchase of fixed assets; calculate and post depreciation; describe write-down and appreciation of fixed assets, fixed asset disposals, correction of entries, documenting and budgeting fixed asset transactions, fixed asset reports, cost-accounting depreciation, indexation, and minor assets
Set up reclassification, maintenance, and insurance of fixed assets
Set up asset transfer; set up partial disposal of an asset; combine assets; set up maintenance information; set up maintenance registration and costs; set up maintenance cost reporting; set up insurance information; assign assets to insurance policies; monitor insurance coverage; update insurance information; describe index insurances
Preparation resources
Set up fixed assets
Maintain fixed assets
Insure fixed assets
Manage finance essentials (24%)
Set up business processes
Set up the general ledger; set up accounting periods; use the G/L account card ribbon; use the chart of accounts page
Set up general journals
Create and post journal entries; create standard journals; process recurring journals; process reversals and corrections
Set up cash management
Set up bank accounts; create customer and vendor accounts; set up cash receipt and payment journals; suggest vendor payments; print and post payables checks; void checks; apply payments; unapply customer and vendor ledger entries; reverse posted journals; describe bank reconciliation
Manage receivables and payables
Set up and process sales and purchase payment discounts; set up and process payment and payment discount tolerances; review posted payment discount tolerances and payment tolerance entries; review customer and vendor statistics; set up and assign reminder terms; create and issue reminders; set up and assign finance charge terms; create and issue finance charge memos; calculate interest on reminders; set up Intrastat journals; prepare Intrastat reports
Manage VAT
Describe VAT calculation types; display VAT amounts in sales and purchase documents; adjust VAT amounts in sales and purchase documents and journals; describe unrealized VAT, VAT statements, and VAT settlement; set up the VAT rate change tool; perform VAT rate conversions
Set up prepayments
Set up general posting groups; set up unrealized VAT for prepayments; set up number series for prepayment documents; set up prepayment percentages for customers and vendors; set up prepayment verification; set up prepayment processing flows; set up and process prepayment sales and purchase orders; correct prepayments
Set up year-end closing processes
Close a fiscal year; transfer income statement account balances; post journals
Preparation resources
Configure finance processes
Manage cash
Walk through: Setting up and invoicing prepayments
Manage advanced finance (20%)
Manage multiple currencies
Set up currency pages and currency exchange rates; set up multiple currencies for customers, vendors, and bank accounts; process sales and purchase documents; process cash receipts; process payments; adjust exchange rates for customers, vendors, and bank accounts; set up and use additional reporting currencies; adjust exchange rates for G/L accounts; display the exchange rate adjustment register
Manage budgets
Set up G/L budgets; set up budget pages; create budgets manually; copy budgets; export and import budgets
Manage cost accounting
Explain a cost accounting workflow; set up cost accounting; describe cost entries, cost budgets, cost allocation, cost accounting history, and reporting
Manage cash flow forecast
Set up and create cash flow forecasts; describe cash flow forecast reporting
Manage financial reporting and analysis
Analyze the chart of accounts; describe account schedules; describe analysis by dimensions; export analysis views to Excel; describe dimension-based reports; combine analysis views with account schedules; describe financial performance charts
Preparation resources
Manage project budgets
Manage cash flow forecasts
Create analysis views and reports
Who should take this exam?
This exam is designed for individuals who plan to use core setup and finance features in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. They typically are sales consultants, implementation consultants, and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 users who are in the finance industries. Candidates should also have a basic knowledge of setup and configuration procedures for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 features and functionalities, and accounting rules and practices.

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Exam MB2-713
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 for Sales Certification Training
Published: January 22, 2016
Languages: English, Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Japanese, Spanish
Audiences:Information workers
Technology: Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Credit toward certification: MCP
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Sales
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Manage Microsoft Dynamics CRM components and the product catalog (24%)
Manage Dynamics CRM sales management components
Understand different record types; create, maintain, and use sales literature; create, maintain, and use competitors; understand sales territories; manage currency configurations; understand social engagement
Manage the product catalog
Understand the role of the product catalog and price lists; manage unit groups; manage products; manage price lists; manage discount lists; manage currencies; create product families and properties; manage product bundles; view products in hierarchical charts
Manage leads, opportunities, and sales (30%)
Manage leads
Understand the role of lead and opportunity records; understand the lead to the opportunity process flow; use the lead to the opportunity process form and the process ribbon; track leads; convert activity records to leads
Manage opportunities
Create and manage opportunities; manage opportunity records; connect competitors to opportunities; view resolution activities; work with opportunities from views; add a contact to an opportunity
Manage the sales order process
Add line items to opportunities; create and add write-in products and opportunities; select alternate price lists for opportunities; understand the process of the quotes life cycle; manage quotes; work with orders; work with invoices; convert quotes to orders and convert orders to invoices
Manage metrics and perform sales analysis (23%)
Manage metrics and goals
Configure sales metrics; configure fiscal periods; create and assign goal records; define parent and child records; create and recalculate parent and child goal records; create rollup queries
Perform sales analysis
Use built-in reports; export sales information to Microsoft Excel; work with charts and dashboards; work with system charts from an opportunity list; create dashboards; share dashboards and charts; perform advanced find queries; work with Microsoft Power BI dashboards
Integrate Microsoft Dynamics CRM with other products (22%)
Configure email integration
Configure email server synchronization; configure server settings, server profiles, and mailbox configurations; migrate to server-side synchronization; configure synchronization options; configure email client integration; use folder tracking; use the Dynamics CRM app for Outlook
Configure collaboration
Configure Microsoft SharePoint integration; set up SharePoint documents; use SharePoint documents; use Skype and Skype for Business with Dynamics CRM; use Microsoft Yammer with Dynamics CRM; use Office Groups with Dynamics CRM
Configure Office productivity
Work with Excel; export to Excel; work with Power BI; analyze data with Power BI; visualize data with Excel and Power BI to create an immersive experience; configure OneNote integration; use OneNote with Dynamics CRM

Free Microsoft Power BI DAX CONCATENATEX Function Training Reference Guide

Here is a free Microsoft Power BI DAX CONCATENATEX Function Training Reference Guide by Dynamics Edge.

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Ref: CONCATENATEX function concatenates the result of an expression evaluated for each row in a table in Microsoft Power BI DAX. It is often used to iterate over a column in Power Pivot / DAX. Sometimes, FILTERS() and CONCATENATEX() , where FILTERS() returns a table of the values applied as filters to a column, are used together. This function may sometimes also be associated with Microsoft Excel 2016 as well.

Syntax of CONCATENATEX function (for PowerPivot Training and Power BI Dax Training)

It is called with this signature. CONCATENATEX(required table, required expression, optional delimiter)
Parameters

Parameter What it means
table The table means the one containing the pertinent rows that the expression will be evaluated for in DAX.
expression Expression means the actual expression to be evaluated andf applied to each row of the table described above.
delimiter (this is optional) The delimiter is optional, and a delimiter here means a separator to optionally use during concatenation such as a comma , a pipe | or your choice of delimiter.

The Return Value of CONCATENATEX is a text string in Power BI DAX.

The CONCATENATEX function’s very first argument is accepted as a table or alternatively, an expression that returns a table in the end. CONCATENATEX has a second argument which is a column that contains the values you actually desire to concatenate, or also an expression that returns a value as described.

Here is an Example

Demo Employees table

FirstName LastName
Mike Brewer
Alan Blythe
CONCATENATEX(Employees, [FirstName] & “ “ & [LastName], “,”)

The above example returns “Mike Brewer, Alan Blythe” assuming the above.

Microsoft Power BI SCCM Deployment Training Workshops

Check out all our Microsoft Power BI SCCM Deployment Training Workshops Courses as of September 26, 2018.

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Set up an extensible and scalable System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) dashboard quickly with the assistance of Dynamics Edge, the official Microsoft partner you can trust for training, support, licensing consulting, solutions, and more!

The System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Power BI Dashboard provides detailed information of your SCCM instance including how you can compare key System Center Configuration Manager metrics to your initial requirements – whether to check deployment status for client and server health, or for malware protection, software inventory across your organization, and SCCM deployment maintenance such as the inclusion of the latest monthly software updates. Compare key System Center Configuration Manager metrics to personalized targets and see how they show trends over time, because installing Power BI Desktop via SCCM 2012 Application model is supposed to be simple, but if the automated installation or Power BI will not install successfully on your first try, contact Dynamics Edge for help. We’ll help you identify trouble spots and get the information you need to understand what needs to be done, such as creating a package to a Power BI Desktop deployment, with SCCM 1602 or other System Center Configuration Manager versions, by using the appropriate .msi installers or other files. If you want help in upgrading from SCCM 1551 to SCCM 1602 as well as SCCM 1606; custom training on how to upgrade SCCM 2012 r2 to SCCM 1606 version, or, any other SCCM upgrades we can provide you helpful information like that as well.

Find software installed anywhere in your organization. The SCCM Power BI solution templates are known to collect data from your SCCM installation and store this information in particular target databases in many cases. So if you deploy the Power BI application in Offline mode, you may experience some modifications to your installation process. Check for instance whether or not you are Deploying the latest Power BI Desktop x64 (64 bit) for Windows 10. Also we can teach you how to install Power BI Report Server for your enterprise. The expertly designed Power BI reports satisfy all skill levels. All of the summary pages are specifically designed for executives or managers and detail pages are designed for industry experts and power users to take action as soon as possible based on drill down of data analytics.

In the System Center Configuration Manager console, if you click through as usual, after a successful setup, you can then select the option to ‘Configure Report Server’ in order to launch the Reporting Services Configuration Manager through SCCM. Contact Dynamics Edge for more help. For instance, you can create your own Power BI Dashboard that shows data from your deployment of System Center Configuration Manager integrated with SCCM through the remote management of software distribution network security, dashboards filled with rich reporting, and more.

Know that the SCCM solution template is extensible as well as set up for scalability. Your options include adding new information pertaining to your computer systems and users, creating your own brand new data mashups with your existing data that has already been collected before. All of this could mean some more requirements to meet. For instance, you may need to be verifying the deployment status for identifying machines with 3rd party license agreements, or operating systems. These prerequisites can be achieved by engaging help from Microsoft partners who are familiar, skilled and experienced with the full suite of Microsoft Power BI SCCM Deployment solution templates, such as by contacting Dynamics Edge for Power BI Deployment Training today.

Free Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Trial Experience Popup Role Center Overview Initial Training

Here is our courtesy to you, a free custom Microsoft Dynamics 365 Trial Experience Popup Training Guide (and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Role Center Overview Popup Guide) by Dynamics Edge – September 25, 2018.

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When you deploy a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central instance you may have seen a first time Dynamics 365 Business Central Trial Experience popup that also has the option of clicking into a Role Center Overview popup. This happens at the initial navigation to the home dashboard when first running Dynamics 365 Business Central (which is also called the Role Center) Here is how the Dynamics 365 Business Central Trial Experience Popup looks like.

Dynamics 365 Business Central Trial Experience Popup Training
Dynamics 365 Business Central Trial Experience Popup

When you click on “Role Centers” to the right in the Trial Experience Popup, you are taken to a Role Center Overview popup. Here is how the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Role Centers Overview popup looks like.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Role Center Overview Training
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Role Center Overview Popup

In some cases, such as for your own initial exploration of the Dynamics 365 Business Central product, the Role Center Overview can be particularly useful. So then, what happens when you close this popup? How in the world do you ever access this popup again? Do you have to create a new company every time to get the Trial Experience popup to appear again, only to be yet again unable to ever get the popup to appear again?

Great news. The Dynamics 365 Business Central Trial Experience Popup (and therefore, the Dynamics 365 Business Central Role Center Overview popup) can be made to appear again at any time. Here is how you do it.

First, go to the home dashboard, also known as the Role Center. Here is how the Role Center should look like by default for the CRONUS USA company that Dynamics 365 Business Central comes with set at the default role of “Business Manager.”

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Role Center Dashboard Training

Next, look for the tile called “Replay Getting Started” that should have a “play” icon on it, and then click it (scroll down if necessary). Here is an example of how it should look like.

Dynamics 365 Training Business Central Replay Getting Started Restart Trial Experience Dynamics Edge

And here is how the tile by itself looks like:

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Replay Getting Started Training Tile

When you click on the tile, the Trial Experience popup should appear again immediately. Good for you! Now that should help a lot!

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Lean Manufacturing Kanban Job Scheduling Training Guide

This free brief Microsoft Dynamics 365 Lean Manufacturing Kanban Job Scheduling Training Guide provides information about visually controlling kanban job scheduling and how to schedule kanban jobs in Microsoft Dynamics 365.

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance And Operations Kanban job scheduling page is a central hub for providing visual control over the schedules of lean manufacturing work cells in your line. This gives an overview of all kanban jobs and then provides multiple filtering capabilities form the page. You are also able to simply move to all other pages that are related to kanban execution and configuration.
Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Training – Automatic scheduling of kanban jobs (source)
The result is a series of first serve upon first pull. Setting the Automatic planning quantity to a value that is greater than 1 means that kanban jobs are grouped before they are planned. This concept enables kanban sizes to be reduced below the actual economic batch sizes. Scheduling can be triggered automatically if you set the Automatic planning quantity parameter on the kanban rule. In the case that you set Automatic planning quantity to exactly 1, then each of the kanban jobs is planned immediately right when it’s created in the job queue. We can give a real world example where the economic batch size for a specific item or item family is 50 or fifty. Instead of creating kanbans that use the product quantity, 50 or fifty, you can configure the kanban rule so that it has a product quantity of 20 or twenty and also an Automatic planning quantity value of 6 or something like this. Even though the automatic planning schedules the actual kanban jobs for work cell, only in the case that six unplanned jobs exist in this specific example, it should be fully transparent to the shop floor supervisor and planner that some unplanned jobs might be awaiting execution. The shop floor manager or planner can then take those queued jobs into production by creating additional kanbans or manually planning them.

Related topics:
Dynamics 365 Lean Manufacturing Training
Dynamics 365 Lean Manufacturing Kanban Job Scheduling
Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Lean Manufacturing Training
Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Training
Dynamics 365 Unified Operations Training

Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Lean Manufacturing Training Manual scheduling of Kanban Jobs:
In order to proceed with manual scheduling, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 introduced the kanban scheduling board in Dynamics 365. This way, manual scheduling can be utilized in combination with automatic scheduling in Dynamics 365 for Lean Manufacturing. In this case. the kanban scheduling board lets you unplan and plan jobs, start moving them to become in sequence, or even to move them from period to period in Dynamics 365. The jobs that happen to be based on a kanban rule where the Automatic planning value is greater than 0 can be manually unplanned from the module. Although if you do this, these particular jobs will end up being replanned in the case that the next automatic planning event occurs (that is, when a new kanban is created in the module).
Here are the options are available for manual scheduling in D365 Finance and Operations Lean Manufacturing Kanban Module:
Schedule is the one that schedules the selected jobs according to their due date. (This option resembles automatic planning.)
Schedule forward from date is the one that tries to schedule the selected jobs according to their due date but constrains the result by using the specified earliest start date.
Backward is the one that moves the selected scheduled jobs back in the sequence within the period.
Forward is the one that moves the selected scheduled jobs forward in the sequence with the period.
Previous period is the one that moves the selected scheduled jobs to the start or end of the previous period.
Next period is the one that moves the selected scheduled jobs to the start or end of the next period.
Plan > Revert job status is the one that lets you unschedule a scheduled job.
Info about Lean scheduling groups
So here, Each of the colors represents a lean scheduling group in D365. You should know that lean scheduling groups can be freely defined as groups that belong to a single work cell or just as generic groups. In work that is driven by specific tooling requirements, items might be grouped by tool requirement, and a packaging work cell might group items by packaging template. Items and dimensions can be freely assigned to the scheduling groups. For example, in a Painting cell, a schedule group can represent a color of the product. For example, it’s very easy to see which colors are produced on which day, and you can tell at a glance how this work can be optimized.
Work cell capacity and period capacity. Here, the use of colors for lean scheduling groups is optional but recommended and also improves visibility into the status of the plan. Multiple jobs can be active in a work cell at the same time. The capacity can be tracked in two modes: throughput and hours. Therefore, The capacity of a lean work cell is always concurrent capacity. The actual capacity per day or week is then calculated based on the working times of the calendar that is assigned to the work cell. The capacity that is loaded by job is the quantity of the job, adjusted by the throughput ratio of the item in the work cell. The capacity of a work cell is defined by the average throughput quantity of a reference period (standard workday, week, or month).

Info about Hours
The capacity that is loaded by job is the cycle time of the activity, adjusted by the quantity (default activity quantity versus actual job quantity) and the throughput ratio of the item in the work cell. The available capacity by day or week is defined by the calendar that is assigned to the work cell.
Period capacity FactBox
Depending on the selected schedule periods in the production flow model, the periods show days or weeks, because the Kanban job scheduling list page does indeed contain a FactBox that shows the available and booked period capacity for the selected work cell.

Microsoft PowerApps Flow Stored Procedure Training Courses

We offer Custom Microsoft PowerApps Flow Stored Procedure Training Courses right here, right now, at Dynamics Edge, the official Microsoft partner you can trust.

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Microsoft PowerApps Flow Stored Procedure Training SQL Dynamics Edge

Here is one reason you may need custom Microsoft PowerApps and Flow Training from Dynamics Edge. Let’s suppose this scenario.
Let’s say you need Microsoft PowerApps Flow Training because you had trouble passing parameters to Flow for executing a particular SQL server stored procedure. You may run into an issue with how Flow passes these parameters. You might think that this stored procedure takes in quite a few parameters (about 17 to twenty of them, all varchar value types of different sizes in this example). You might have tested the Stored Procedure a lot yourself outside of Flow with manual test case scenarios and have confirmed that it works correctly there. However, when looking at the issues generated you may notice that similar values which have been passed to Microsoft Flow are used distinctly in the different manual test case scenarios outside of Flow and even those work OK. The issues become obvious elsewhere. For instance you might get a Code 400 issue (otherwise known as a Bad Request) indicating that your SQL statements could be invalid. This might indicate that the parameter values are not being passed correctly but you’re not sure yet.

Here’s a rough pseudocode example of what you might have :

FlowName.Run(
If(varcharfilterAsOf,Text(dtpHomeAsOfDate.SelectedDate,ShortDate),Text(Today(),ShortDate)),
If(varcharfilterWorkerStatus,drpHomeWorkerStatus.Selected.Value,”~”),
If(varcharfilterWorkerType,drpHomeWorkerType.Selected.Value,”~”),
If(varcharfilterEmployeeType,drpHomeEmployeeType.Selected.Value,”~”),
If(varcharfilterContWorkerType,drpHomeContWorkerType.Selected.Value,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “0” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”0″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “1” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”1″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “2” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”2″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “3” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”3″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “4” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”4″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “5” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”5″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “6” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”6″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “7” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”7″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSOALevel && “8” in lstHomeSOALevel.SelectedItems.Value,”8″,”~”),
If(varcharfilterEmployeeEnum,textHomeEmployeeENum.Text,”~”),
If(varcharfilterSupervisorEnum,textHomeSupervisorENum.Text,”~”),
If(varcharfilterTermDtFrom,Text(dtpHomeTermDtFrom.SelectedDate,ShortDate),”~”),
If(varcharfilterTermDtTo,Text(dtpHomeTermDtTo.SelectedDate,ShortDate),”~”),
If(varcharfilterOrgSearchTerms,textHomeOrgSearchTerms.Text,”~”),
If(varcharfilterJobSearchTerms,textHomeJobSearchTerms.Text,”~”),
User().Email
)

Here’s an example Stored Procedure execution call which may seem to be working for you:
EXEC [dbo].[SPNAME] ‘9/13/2018’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’, ‘~’
And an alternate version:
EXEC [dbo].[SPNAME] ‘9/13/2018’, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”, ”

However, you may still get the following error code text anyway:
{
“status”: 400,
“message”: “Microsoft SQL: Incorrect syntax near ‘WHERE’.\r\n inner exception: Microsoft SQL: Incorrect syntax near ‘WHERE’.\r\nclientRequestId: aaa-aa-aaaa-aaaa-aaaaaa”,
“source”: “sqlconnectionprovider-westus.tip0-westus.p.azurewebsites.net””
}

In this case, one issue could be the tested stored procedure you were using actually had one too many of the parameters to test when constructing your WHERE clause, so the issue was indeed in your original code. There could be one of many issues, If you ever need PowerApps Flow Stored Procedure custom Training, Support, Licensing, Consulting, anything related to Flow Stored Procedures help, or anything Power BI, PowerApps, Flow, Azure, SQL Stored Procedures, SQL Server and more – contact Dynamics Edge now – the official Microsoft partner you can trust!

Microsoft PowerApps Flow Training Courses

Dynamics Edge offers Microsoft PowerApps Flow Training Courses – or, Microsoft PowerApps Training and/or Microsoft Flow Training.

Please use this link right now in order to check out all the Microsoft PowerApps Flow Training offered by the official Microsoft Partner you can trust, Dynamics Edge!


Microsoft PowerApps Flow Training Dynamics Edge
For analytics (Power BI), interactive apps (PowerApps) and business process automation (Flow), the way enterprises get stuff done these days has significantly changed as compared to the past. Even just a few years ago is a totally different landscape from right now. All of the apps we use to do enterprise-level business solutions have been somewhat slow to keep pace with employee demand and new productivity. We accomplish amazing things on a daily basis on all kinds of devices – our laptops, our tablets, our mobile phones, and more – in every place we go! Whether we need an enterprise problem solved at our customer meetings, in airplanes, on manufacturing floors, at trade shows booths, at the front desk, and everywhere – sometimes off-the-shelf solutions just can’t solve every problem these days, and at the same time, custom solution development has often been too time consuming and expensive.

CDS or Common Data Service, Microsoft Flow and PowerApps are designed to help non-coders to develop at the level of custom solutions (or even better sometimes), at a much faster pace. These technologies give people who best understand their own challenges and needs the power and the opportunity to quickly address it themselves, without as much complexity and cost of custom software development as well as time.

There is one caveat. Even these technologies assume you know the ways to use these in order to substitute for custom development to meet your business needs. Often times, in the quest to substitute for complex, custom development or consulting with PowerApps, Power BI, Flow and Common Data Service, enterprises still end up often turning to consultants or “custom development” help for the supposed technologies like PowerApps, Power BI, and Flow that were designed for you to “do it yourself.” Note that depending on your needs, a custom solution with a great consultant using PowerApps, Power BI, Flow, Common Data Service, Dynamics 365 and other great technologies integrated together, can still be faster and less time consuming, and more cost effective, than using some other technology. However, if you are in doubt, contact Dynamics Edge right away, we offer Power BI, PowerApps, Flow, and Common Data Service consulting. We also offer custom PowerApps and Flow Training so you might even be able to learn how to do it yourself directly from us!

In the case that you are an enterprise expert or data analytics and management specialist, you may want to quickly automate workflows, create apps and integrations, and much more in order to solve real-world enterprise needs and expectations. For this, Dynamics Edge has got the Flow and PowerApps training for you (as well as Power BI and more)! Our courses help you improve business processes throughout your enterprise by learning how to create apps that solve specific business needs for non-developers without writing manual code, debugging with an IDE or editor in a traditional programming language, or struggling heavily with integration issues using raw manual code. Instead, you can learn how to concentrate on your enterprise and data processes, while leveraging the innate capabilities of Flow, PowerApps and Common Data Service in order to deliver quality solutions that works cross-device, across browsers, tablets and mobile phones! So contact Dynamics Edge today to see what we can do for you!

Microsoft Azure Blockchain As A Service (BaaS) Training Courses

Choose Dynamics Edge’s quality Microsoft Azure Blockchain Training Courses and Azure Blockchain As A Service (BaaS) Training Classes for your innovative Azure distributed ledger and record-keeping solution development and technology management.

As of October 1, 2018 we offer Course 40523 – our Azure Blockchain-as-a-Service, BaaS, or Azure Blockchain Training Course. You should use this link now or click the image below to directly navigate to our Course 40523 Azure Blockchain As A Service Training Course.

Custom Microsoft Azure Blockchain Training Courses with Azure Blockchain As A Service BaaS Training Dynamics Edge

Dynamics Edge is the official Microsoft Partner you can trust for all things related to Microsoft Azure Training as well as Azure Consulting, Azure Licensing, Azure Solutions, Azure Support and more!

Dynamics Edge does offer custom Azure Blockchain courses as well, but if you want a Microsoft Official Course on Azure Blockchain, know that Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Azure Blockchain is in development as of 9-17-2018 and is listed with that same publication date as of this same day. NEWS UPDATE AND INFO: As of October 1, 2018 Dynamics Edge now offers this course – see our course 40523 (use the link below to navigate directly to our course 40523)

Please contact us now to be updated on the status of this Microsoft Azure Blockchain App Builder Training Workshop.
Here is some more info for now on this course that is still in development as of 9/17/2018.
NEW INFO: As of October 1, 2018 Dynamics Edge now offers this course – see our course 40523 (use the link below to navigate directly to our course 40523)

Use this link to go directly to our Azure Blockchain BaaS Blockchain As A Service Training Course 40523
Course 40523G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Azure Blockchain
Status is In development with an estimated Publication date: September 17th, 2018. it has not been published yet though. UPDATE – as of October 1, 2018, Dynamics Edge offers this course – use the link above to navigate directly to our Azure Blockchain Training Course 40523
Technology: Azure
Level: Advanced
Length: 1 day
Language(s): English

Estimated Publication date: September 17, 2018 or later. NEWS UPDATE – note that as of October 1, 2018, Dynamics Edge now offers this course – use the link above to navigate directly to our Azure BaaS Training Course 40523

About Course 40523G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Azure Blockchain Training Workshop

In this Microsoft Azure Blockchain Training workshop, you will learn how to design an Azure Blockchain As A Service solution with the Ethereum Blockchain and several Azure services combined together in order to collect device telemetry information and also to enforce contract specifics related to conditions during the transport of goods and scenarios such as this. This Microsoft Official Course, which is Course 40523G: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Azure Blockchain Training Workshop is intended for IT professionals and Cloud Architects, who have some architectural expertise of solutions design and infrastructure design in Microsoft or related cloud technologies. These potential students want to learn more about Azure and Azure services, specifically to learn more about Microsoft Azure BaaS training (Blockchain As A Service). At the end of this Azure BaaS Training workshop, you should know how configure Azure Blockchain App Builder and deploy it, as well as deploy and write Ethereum Smart Contracts with Solidity, and integrate IoT and blockchain into a single solution.

Azure Blockchain Training Workshop Course 40523G Course Outline

Course Outline
Module 1: Whiteboard Design Session for Microsoft Azure Blockchain
Lessons Included:
During class, to review the customer case study
Call to action: Design a proof of concept solution for Azure Blockchain
Call to action: Present the solution
Module 2: Hands-on Lab – Microsoft Azure Blockchain
Lessons Included:
Setup the Azure Active Directory Tenant
Deploy Azure Blockchain Workbench
Check Blockchain Workbench Web Client Deployment
Create the Smart Contract
Assign Users to Contract Personas
Create and Process an Instance of the Smart Contract

Please note that the above Microsoft Azure Training course 40523G is not published yet, even as of September 17th, 2018. please Contact or Call Dynamics Edge right now to be notified when this course 40523G is published, or, please call us to schedule a custom Azure Blockchain Training Course instead.

Microsoft Azure DevOps Training Courses

Dynamics Edge is offering Microsoft Azure DevOps Training Classes and Azure DevOps REST API Training that is specifically designed for your Development Operations Automation needs in mind.

Custom Microsoft Azure DevOps Training Courses for Software Engineers Azure DevOps Engineer Training Dynamics Edge
Call or Contact us right now, and ask about Custom Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer Training Courses just for you!

Custom Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer Certification Training Courses by Dynamics Edge empower you to understand how Microsoft rebranded Visual Studio Team Service (VSTS) to fit under the Azure DevOps banner. As you may know, VSTS, which is an extension of Visual Studio is the primary integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. This IDE empowers developers, testers and architects to develop, test and design software together in a collaborative way!

Our Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer Training helps you know that when we teach you Azure DevOps, we’re doing much more than saying that Azure DevOps is a simple re-branding of our previous Microsoft Visual Studio Team Service (VSTS) Training. VSTS is a product that as of 2018 is over 10 years old. VSTS was primarily made to initially attract enterprise development teams who were constructing Windows applications that were complicated. Microsoft VSTS had all the initial components from automated testing to source code control, all of this was designed to deliver an integrated and unified experience of application lifecycle management (ALM) with Microsoft technologies. Our new, custom Azure DevOps Training covers much more than or VSTS Training did.

With Microsoft Azure DevOps API Training, Microsoft integrates Azure with Github. Do you remember Team Foundation Services, which was the original SCM (Source Control Management tool) available in VSTS? Github is slowly replacing Team Foundation Services. Microsoft is doing everything to ensure that developers, operators and testers get the best possible experience in taking the source code of Github repositories all the way to the end goal deployment target, which are the Microsoft Azure Compute services delivered through virtual machines, containers, containerized apps through tools like Docker as well as much more!

We also offer Xamarin, Github, VS Code training and more, to help you understand that Microsoft has some of the best toolchains out there for the development and deployment of both open source projects and private projects or code repositories.

Microsoft has four different compute services – platform as a service (PaaS), virtual machines or infrastructure as a service (IaaS), functions or functions as a service (FaaS) and containers or containers as a service (CaaS). Azure DevOps is related to application deployment as one of these compute services. Operators as well as developers that are utilizing Microsoft Azure DevOps also are making use of the Azure Storage and Compute services, in a way. Microsoft Azure DevOps Services such as Azure App Service, Azure VMs, Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure Container Registry, Azure Service Fabric and more, are using these products in a unified way.

Microsoft released Azure DevOps to deliver the best Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment and Continuous Development experiences for Github projects. Azure is making Visual Studio much more open source through Azure DevOps, and Dynamics Edge’s custom Azure Training can help you understand how to make the most of it.