Disassembly in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Assembly Management

Assembly Management was released as part of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, and it includes a set of features designed for companies that supply products to their customers bycombining components in simple processes, such as assembly, light manufacturing, and kitting. Kitting and Assembly Management Before the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 release, customers and partners in selected… Read more

Partners Meet Customer Demand for Faster Implementation

“Our setup time is down from more than a week to only a few hours using RapidStart Services for Microsoft Dynamics NAV” RapidStart Services for Microsoft Dynamics NAV has helped Microsoft partner, Abakion, deploy their Purchase Order Management solution much faster. A standard setup used to take them over a week. With RapidStart Services, implementation… Read more

Technical videos for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

The Microsoft Dynamics NAV support team have posted videos on YouTube that illustrate various aspects of deployment and configuration of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, including tips for how to extend the core product. You can share the videos with other partners, and with your customers – they are the same videos that our internal supporters… Read more

Reading and Writing Unicode Files using C/AL

Hello, We have had some partner suggestion for adding Unicode capabilities to the existing Microsoft Dynamics NAV File functions. What we recommend is to use .NET Interop to achieve this functionality. For example, you can use an instance of the System.IO.StreamWriter class to write to an OutStream or the System.IO.StreamReader class to read from an InStream. You… Read more

Bio – Soumya Dutta

Soumya Dutta is a Software Development Engineer at Microsoft and has designed, developed and tested code in the Supply Chain area of Dynamics NAV for the last 10 years.  Having been on the Sustained Engineering team, he has gathered much experience in knowing how NAV is used by partners and customers. He has been involved… Read more

Writing Unit Tests in C/AL

What is a unit?A unit is any code that encapsulates an implementation. It could be one or a combination of individual functions or triggers.Thus, a unit could also refer to a local function. A unit, from the C/AL perspective, has the following: Inputs: Database state, input parameters, global variables Outputs: Return values, Parameters passed as… Read more