Connecting to NAV Web Services from the Cloud–part 5 out of 5

If you haven’t already read part 4 (and the prior parts) you should do so here, before continuing to read this post. In this post, I am going to create a small Windows Phone 7 application, which basically will be a phone version of the sidebar gadgets from this post. When we are done, your…

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Web Services Infrastructure and how to Create an Internal Proxy

I am NOT an expert in how to setup a secure network and I do NOT know a lot about firewalls, DMZ setup and all of these things, but I have seen a lot in my 25 years of working with computers and the following (absolutely non-exhaustive) gives a good picture of a common network…

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Connecting to NAV Web Services from Silverlight 3

Please read this post to get a brief explanation of the scenario I will implement in Silverlight. Yes, yes – I know it isn’t a fancy graphical whatever as Silverlight should be, but to be honest – I would rather do something crappy on purpose than trying to do something fancy and everybody would find…

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Connecting to NAV Web Services from Windows Mobile 6.5

It is kind of embarrassing that I write a post about how to connect to NAV Web Services from Windows Mobile 6, when Windows Mobile 6.5 has been out for almost half a year (that’s how much a gadget person I am:-)) I just downloaded the 6.5 SDK from here and tried out the exact…

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Connecting to NAV Web Services from Windows Mobile 6

I have created my very first Windows Mobile App! This is running in an Emulator using the Professional SDK. I also tried to deploy the solution to my physical device (my Smartphone), which also worked: To be honest, the biggest challenge is to setup everything so that you can get going. A couple of useful…

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Logging the XML generated from .net or received from NAV WS

When working with Web Services using languages who doesn’t natively have Web Services support (like Javascript and NAV self) you have to create a SOAP envelope yourself in the correct format. Of course you can do so by looking at the WSDL, understanding SOAP and using theory – or… – you can create a small…

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Connecting to NAV Web Services from C# using Service Reference (code version)

You should read the post about connecting to NAV Web Services from C# using Service Reference (config file version) before continuing here. Code is king As you saw in the other post, the config file was pretty complicated and although it is editable by hand and as such could be modified at installtime or whatever,…

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Connecting to NAV Web Services from C# using Service Reference (config file version)

Prerequisites Please read this post to get a brief explanation of the scenario I will implement in C# using Web References. For C# we can leave the Service Tier running Negotiate or we can use Ntlm as PHP and Java. In this example I will assume that the Service Tier is running SPNEGO (which is…

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Connecting to NAV Web Services from C# using Web Reference

Prerequisites Please read this post to get a brief explanation of the scenario I will implement in C# using Web References. For C# we can leave the Service Tier running Negotiate or we can use Ntlm as PHP and Java. In this example I will assume that the Service Tier is running SPNEGO (which is…

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Edit In Excel R2 – Part 2 (out of 2) – the final pieces

It is time to collect the pieces. The full Edit In Excel R2 solution looks like this Slightly more complicated than the first version – but let me try to explain the pieces NAVEditInExcel is the COM object, which we use from within NAV. This actually hasn’t changed a lot, the only small change is,…

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