Converting company names for NAV Web Services

A few weeks ago I saw an up tick in the number of cases having problems accessing exposed web service. Some of the problem has been because the “CRONUS USA, Inc.” company name converts to an unfamiliar “CROUNS_USA_x002C__Inc”. This will be changing in NAV 2009 SP1, but until that time it would be helpful to…

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Upgrading to Dynamics NAV 2009

Upgrade procedure to Dynamics NAV 2009 is not very different from upgrade procedures we had in previous versions, but some differences do apply, depending on what we want to achieve with the upgrade. First scenario is executables only upgrade, which is the same as traditional executables upgrade in NAV. That means upgrading classic NAV client to…

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NAV 2009 Web Services on a three machine setup

Much like the setup of the RTC/NAV Server connection in NAV 2009. NAV 2009 Web Services needs to have a SPN added to properly authentic the users accessing it. Consider the following scenario in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009. You have just completed the “Installing the Three Tiers on Three Computers” walkthrough. The NAV Role Tailored…


NAV 2009 - Sample C# project to consume a NAV web service

This post is a step-by-step guide, how to make a very simple C# project (3 lines of code) to integrate to NAV 2009 via a web service. == Blog updated on 21/01 2009: Line added in the sample code below, to avoid error “Path property must be set before calling the Send method” when making an…


NAV 2009 - How to publish a web service

This posts only describes how you can publish a web service in Microsoft Dynamics NAV (which is easy enough), and how you can see what you published. It does not describe how you can actually use this web service. Future posts will describe this. Please note that the features described here are only available in…