Update 19.1 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central online 2021 release wave 2
Would you like to know what has changed in update 19.1? Below you'll find an overview and relevant links to what has been done on hotfixes and regulatory features in this update. In addition, we have gathered some good to know information and links, you might find interesting.
Builds for Business Central in Ukraine are now released.
Find an overview of hotfixes in this article.
- Copying environments of different types
- Operations log enhancements
- Restart environments
- Support for 2D barcodes
- Shipping agent information is copied from sales orders to warehouse shipments
|Country/region||Feature change||Download link|
|Mexico||Complement to CFDI “Carta de Porte” 1.0. Mexican companies must be able to print and send Carta de Porte-compliant packing slips and transfer orders electronically as Comprobante Fiscal Digital por Internet (CFDI) files. As of December 1, 2021, the Waybill (Carta de Porte) complement is mandatory for taxpayers who transport goods and merchandise in the national territory. Business Central supports CFDI and Carta de Porte so that you can print packing slips and transfer orders that have the required digital signature.||Version 2017, Version 2018, Spring 2019, 2020 Release Wave 2, 2021 Release Wave 1, 2021 Release Wave 2|
|United States||Form 1099. Format changes as of December 2021: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires one or more versions of the 1099 tax form for payments to vendors. Copies of these forms must be sent to vendors annually on or before the last day of January. On your purchase documents, you can specify that the document is 1099 liable, and you can specify the 1099 code for the vendor. Reporting Transactions as 1099 Liable in the US.|
Business Central is released in the following new countries:
If you want to get a comprehensive overview of what's new and planned for Business Central online for the entire 2021 release wave 1 (release from April 2021 through September 2021), find the link to the release plan here.
Upgrade to 19.1
Please note that new customers will automatically get the latest builds of Business Central (19.1). If you are an existing partner/customer, you will receive an email notification as soon as your environment has been upgraded.
Good to know
Business Central Office Hours Calls in November
Make sure to watch the office hours call recording on 'Improvements to data synchronization to Dataverse and Dynamics 365 Sales' from November 9 and join 'Can Business Central Online (SaaS) handle large customers?' on November 30. Register and stay tuned for the upcoming calls: https://aka.ms/BCOfficeHours. Watch on-demand recordings: https://aka.ms/BCOfficeHoursRecordings.
Action needed: Client secret-based service to service authentication deprecation for Microsoft hosted tenants integrating to Dataverse
To ensure no disruptions in integration between Business Central and Dataverse you must upgrade your Business Central connection to Dataverse to certificate-based authentication. Although change will happen in March 2022, we strongly recommend you perform steps outlined in Upgrade Connections from Business Central Online to Use Certificate-Based Authentication as soon as possible.
Business Central Launch Event
On October 18, we released the Business Central Launch Event - an online event with 15 sessions on what's new in Dynamics 365 Business Central 2021 release wave 2. The sessions are within the following four areas: Administration and Development, Service and Platform, Better with Microsoft 365 and Modern Client. Register and watch the 15 sessions now: aka.ms/BCLE.
Find Records action in Power Automate Business Central connector
Coming to you in the coming weeks together with a cloud-based update of Business Central online connector for Power Automate is a new action allowing to find records based on a value (or any supported OData filter – more here). This will allow you to create both instant or flows in Power Automate that get a value from the user or any system in a form of automation, then find data in Business Central and then process data in business Central. An example of such scenario was shown ad Directions EMEA 2021 in Milan in a form of chatbot hosted inside Microsoft Teams and built using Power Virtual Agents – that chatbot took an input from the user, found an item in Business Central and came back with inventory data.
We now have 100+ Business Central customer stories on the Microsoft Customer Stories site. These stories come in handy when prospects ask for reference stories, so remember to bookmark: Microsoft Customer Stories Search.
AL Compiler Diagnostics
With the latest documentation refresh, the AL compiler diagnostics are published in preview. The AL diagnostics section lists all of the compiler errors, warnings, etc. that you can get when coding and compiling in AL. The topics are auto-generated and there is one topic per diagnostic rule, which allows for adding detailed help, hints, reference, and more. At this point, the topics contain only the error message, and adding more information is going to be a work in progress. To contribute with content, see instructions in AL Diagnostics.