Handling Sales Orders from Page based Web Services – in NAV 2009SP1 (and RTM)

First of all, there isn’t going to be a new post on every single record type on how to handle them from Web Services – but Sales Orders are special and the reason for the “(and SP1)” in the titel refers to the fact, that there are changes between RTM and SP1 or maybe a…

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Web Services changes in NAV 2009 SP1

NAV 2009 SP1 is being released later this year, so why write about it now? The main reason is, that NAV 2009 SP1 comes out with a couple of changes, you might want to take into consideration when writing towards NAV 2009 Web Services. Except for some performance enhancements, the major changes are: New standard…

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Installing NAV 2009 without A/D

The majority of installations of NAV 2009 will be in a network environment, you will have a domain server and an Active Directory with your users and your biggest worries will be how to setup a 3T environment on 3 different boxes, getting the delegation setup correctly all of that stuff. But in a few…

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Using LINQ with NAV Web Services

In .NET 3.5 Microsoft released LINQ (Language INtegrated Query) – which is a way of writing select statements strongly typed inside your C# code. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could leverage this technology when connecting to NAV Web Services? I thought YES – so I set out to find out what it took… The…

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Edit In Excel R2 – Part 1 (out of 2)

This post assumes that you have read the 4 step walkthrough of how to build the Edit In Excel demo from November 2008. You can find the parts here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 and the Bug Fix. In this post I will talk about what is needed in order to be…

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Edit In Excel – bug fix and R2

If you haven’t read the 4 step walkthrough of how to Edit In Excel from Microsoft Dynamics NAV, you should do so here this post is a follow up to the original posts. I have received a number of suggestions to what you could do with the Edit In Excel and a single bug. In…

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Integration to Virtual Earth – Part 3 (out of 4)

If you haven’t read Part 1 and Part 2, you should do so before continuing here. In Part 1 we saw how to add geographical information to your customer table and how to connect to the Virtual Earth geocode web service, and in part 2 we created a simple web site showing a map and…

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Integration to Virtual Earth – 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 to add geographical information to your customer table and how to connect to the Virtual Earth geocode web service. Now we want to put this information to play. First of all, we all know Virtual Earth…

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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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