Edit In Excel – Part 2 (out of 4)

If you haven’t read Part 1, you should do so before continuing here. In Part 1 we saw how easy it is to white .net code inside Excel, and get it executed based on an event in Excel, and how easy it is to fill values into cells. But in order to make this really…

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Edit In Excel – Part 1 (out of 4)

For the last 6-9 months, Microsoft have been showing a demo of how a user could create a filter on a list place and invoke an action called Edit In Excel. This would open Microsoft Excel with the same records, the user selected in the List Place and allow the user to edit values and…

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Transferring binary data to/from WebServices (and to/from COM (Automation) objects)

A number of people have asked for guidance on how to transfer data to/from COM and WebServices in NAV 2009. In the following I will go through how to get and set a picture on an item in NAV through a Web Service Connection. During this scenario we will run into a number of obstacles…

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Running Microsoft Dynamics NAV on SSD’s (Solid State Drives)

Solid State Drives are here. Laptops are sold with SSD’s (a bit expensive) and also the server market is seeing SSD’s coming out promising incredible performance from your storage. But what does this mean for NAV? I contacted FusionIO (www.fusionio.com), one of the major players in the high end SSD market and borrowed a drive…

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4 BAT files for the Client Tier

If you haven’t done so, please read the post about Multiple Service Tiers before reading this:-) In my previous post (Multiple Service Tier) I promised to talk about what to do on the Client Tier if you have installed a number of services on a Service Tier computer that all are set to start manually….

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The Service Tier

My first technical blog post is going to describe some details about the service tier, that some people might find interesting (and some people might think that this is common knowledge:-)) What is the Service Tier? Very briefly – the Service Tier is the middle tier in a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 installation. This is…

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Multiple Service Tiers

NOTE – there is an updated post reg. Multiple Service Tiers in NAV 2009 SP1 here. If you haven’t done so, please read the post about the Service Tier before reading this:-) A very typical scenario with both partners and customers is to have more than one database. This can be because you have a…

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About time…

OK, OK – I should have started blogging a long time ago, I just never really got around to get going until now! In the beginning my blog will probably be focused around NAV 2009, tips and tricks – but who knows where it might go.Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is set to be released to…

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