Integration to Virtual Earth – Part 1 (out of 4)

Disclaimer Please note that this is an example on how to do geocoding and Virtual Earth integration. There are probably a lot of different ways to do the same, and this might not work in all areas of the world. I do however think that there is enough information in the post that people can…

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The Customer MAP demo

My newest demo was shown at the NAV Partner Keynote and also on the NAV Customer General session. I also did a very short walkthrough of the demo at the NAV06 concurrent session at Convergence – and I promised a number of people that I would add a walkthrough of how the demo is done…

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More SSD testing

If you haven’t read my post about Running Microsoft Dynamics NAV on SSD’s – you should do so first. After having posted the initial results, I was contacted by other vendors of SSD’s wanting to see whether we could do some additional testing on other hardware. In the interest of the end user, I accepted…

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Microsoft Windows Vista Gadget – My "Stuff"

This is my second gadget. My first gadget was the Search gadget, which you can find here. I won’t repeat any explanation as to what a gadget is, nor will I talk about Javascript – instead I will focus upon the things, which are new in this post: Returning an XMLPort from Web Services to…

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PageUp and PageDown in the Role Tailored Client

If you have been working with the Role Tailored Client you are probably aware, that it doesn’t support PageUp and PageDown in Task Pages. The reason for removing this support was, that the new User Experience is centered around starting from the List, and this way you have a better overview and can find the…

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Search in NAV 2009 – Part 3 (out of 3)

If you haven’t read part 2 and part 1 of the Search in NAV 2009 posts, you should do so before continuing. This is the 3rd and final part of the Search in NAV 2009 post. In this section I will show how to create a Windows Vista Gadget and have this gadget connect to…

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Search in NAV 2009 – Part 2 (out of 3)

If you haven’t read part 1 of the Search in NAV 2009, you should do so before continuing. In this section we will create a small Winforms application, which uses the Web Service we just created in part 1. Our application will be visible as a System Tray Icon, it will have a global Windows…

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Search in NAV 2009 – Part 1 (out of 3)

During the partner keynote and during a couple of the other presentations, we showed a small application, which was able to search in NAV 2009 through multiple tables, display a result set and allow people to drill into task pages in NAV 2009 from the search result window. During the next 3 posts, I will…

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 launched!

Wednesday this week we officially launched Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 at Convergence EMEA – what a relief. We have been working hard on this release for a long time and although you always know what you would have made better when you launch a product, I think that NAV 2009 is a great release and…

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Creating and Running Hyperlinks

In the developer help for NAV 2009 (nav_adg.chm), there is a description for creating and running Hyperlinks – I will not try to repeat all the information in the documentation – so please read the documentation before reading this post. There are however a couple of thing, which are not described in detail. My next…

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