Bio – Ivan Koletic

Program Manager at Microsoft since 2006, started working with NAVISION in 2001. Has worked since 2006 as a localization program manager within the localization team and has extensive knowledge of the local functionality in Microsoft Dynamics NAV for Eastern Europe. For the 5.0 release, his efforts were focused on the local functionality in Adriatic region… Read more

How would I use RIM and Style Sheet Tool to handle change of Tax Number (OiB) in Croatia (Part 1 of 3)

Here’s the problem… Tax number for all companies is being changed in Croatia. This means a lot of hassle collecting new tax numbers from your customers, vendors and contact to ensure seamless opereation when it becomes mandatory to use. Specially, tax reporting for December needs to be done using old tax number and you need… Read more

Best Practices Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009

The Best Practices Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is a tool for identifying issues that can prevent you from successfully deploying a three-tier environment of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009. Three-tier environment deployments can be challenging because they often require additional domain administration tasks. The Best Practices Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 queries various… Read more

How to run 2 RTC on the same pc and connect it to different db (how to run pages/reports from diff db)

Multiple RTC:We know that Dynamics NAV classic client has very nice feature: we can start it with option ID=<zup file name>. In that way we can have many NAV shortcuts which open different db/companies.However Role Tailored Client looks like only one shortcut in menu and always starts the same client connected to “last server, last db, last… Read more

Transformation Tool under the Covers: Enable on Controls

When coding for Forms it is a common pattern to enable (or disable) controls based on values elsewhere on the Form. For example, a design may require that the ‘SEND’ button is disabled until all fields are filled in and contain valid data. In this post, I examine a simple Form and the Page output as… Read more

Mainstream Support for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 4.0 Ends January 12, 2010

Mainstream support for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 4.0 will end January 12, 2010 per the Microsoft Support Lifecycle Policy. Customers who are current on a service plan can continue to access the following benefits through CustomerSource. Previously released Upgrades, Updates, Service Packs, Fixes and Regulatory/Tax Updates Self-Help Support through Knowledge Base articles and online content Unlimited Online… Read more

Warehousing Improvements in NAV 2009 SP1

If you utilize some of the warehousing functionality – you have several reasons to look after 2009 SP1! While improved productivity – for customers and partners alike – is one of the main benefits of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, we continue to focus on quality. We strive to make improvements in the product application with… Read more

Bio – Philippe Jacobsen

Program Manager at Microsoft since 2002, joined NAVISION in 1999. Has worked since 1999 as an application program manager within SCM and has extensive knowledge of the distribution and warehousing areas in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. For the 5.0 release, his efforts were focused on the Item Tracking Enhancements project. For the 2009 release, he focused… Read more

Feature Enhancements Documents for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009

The feature enhancements documents for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 describe the enhancements to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2.60 through 4.0 that are included in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009. The feature enhancements are categorized by granule ID. This will show the new features added to granules customers have already purchased and aid customers and partners in the… Read more

Using XMLports With Web Services

As a follow-up on my recent webcast (found HERE), here is the general walkthrough of how to create an XMLport and use it for sending data to NAV. First, what we want to do is create our XMLport and make sure it has the elements and values that we want. For the root element, I… Read more