When I work with contracts, accruals, forecasts etc, I often have to calculate the duration of the contract, or in general the difference between two dates. I have been using an ordinary datediff in Months, as this is the fastest way, to get the duration of a contract in months.
I have previously writting about an error I recieved when I attempted to installed SSDT for Visual Studio 2017. But with the new version of SSDT, Microsoft have seemingly fixed the bug, and you can now easily install SSDT with Visual Studio 2017. Firstly, you need the installer for Visual Studio 2017 (community works fine) […]
In response to the launch of Microsofts Dynamics 365, which merges their dynamics systems into one (CRM, NAV and AX), KingswaySoft is also merging their toolkit for these systems into one. And that merge offers us (the CRM developers) some awesome new features. While they have introduced their new collective toolkit, the old CRM, NAV […]