.NET Interoperability in NAV 2009 R2

The greatest development platform in the world meets the greatest set of functional libraries, types, methods, and properties as Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 allows developers to take advantage of the Microsoft .NET Framework! With NAV 2009 R2, you can reference external .NET components and make use of the Types and Functions from .NET Framework…

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NAV 2009 Tips and Tricks: Save Filtered Lists

When you work with lists, you often need to filter them and work with a subset, like customers from Germany or items in Blue location. After you create filters on a list, you can save the filtered list. This is especially useful if you have several filter parameters and you don’t want to create the…

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Some tips about creating "Tree view" in List pages

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 in new Role Tailored Client we have new feature – we can show lists in “tree view”. We can expand/collapse nodes and make lists more interesting and more visual. However this new feature isn’t documented very well and every developer needs to collect his own experience. With this article I…

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Running classic reports in RTC (RUNMODAL and a few other things)

Just a few points about running classic reports from RTC, based on common support scenarios: RUNMODAL (Not possible) RTC runs classic reports (reports with no RDL Layout) by starting the report engine from a classic client. However, RTC is not able to run classic reports MODALLY. RUNMODAL as opposed to just RUN means that execution…


Integrating NAV 2009 R2 with CRM 4.0

With the release of NAV 2009 R2, we have endeavoured to prioritise features that many customers and partners have requested and this includes the ability to integrate NAV with CRM. The approach we have chosen to provide integration between NAV and CRM is to use an existing solution called the Connector for Microsoft Dynamics. This…

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Increased Deadlocking After Full Dynamics NAV Upgrade

I was recently on-site at a large Dynamics NAV customer attempting to help them get through a number of significant performance issues they encountered on their two previous failed attempts to upgrade from NAV 3.70 to NAV 5.00 SP1. In summary, they had in excess of 100 concurrent users running relatively well on NAV 3.70 with…

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Let NAV PLAY! (Media Play… of course)

In this blog you will find the source code in order to implement a client add-in based project with Windows Media Player. You would have a wide range of possibilities to use this simple add-in and enlarge this project on your own. If you want to know more about client add-ins you can refer to…

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Outlook Synchronization and baseline implementation for Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1

Since the initial 5.0 release, so many patches were released by Microsoft that took care of Outlook Synchronization feature, that one could imagine that you are lost. This blog posting tells you what is required for Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1. Baseline Implementation for Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 systems: 1. Dynamics…

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Outlook Synchronization and some core features of Terminal Server

At the moment we see an incoming volume of support cases regarding Outlook Synchronization and core features of Terminal Server. That would be a good subject for a new blog. Partners would like to setup roaming profiles, mandatory profiles and maybe even setup Network Load Balancing so that the end user does not know to…

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NAV 2009 Tips and Tricks: Customize your Action Pane

You can make many customizations to the RoleTailored client Action Pane: You can create your own grouping of key tasks. You can add the actions and tasks you use most to your pages. You can combine those tasks in groups. And, you can change the size of icons so that the most important ones pop…

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