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When entering data in Dynamics NAV, for example in a journal, time is sometimes lost on filtering or looking for the correct Customer, Item, Vendor, … Especially when using a dropdown (table relation). Yesterday I was at a customer site, and they told me that, for example, when entering customers or vendors in a journal, Read More →

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Recently I was working with Dynamics NAV in the Web Services page of the RTC. I added some web services, deleted others and then also renamed some of them. No problem, I do that all the time, for demo purposes. But then, suddenly, when I tried to test a web service, by copy/pasting it’s URL Read More →

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Yesterday I attended the Dutch Dynamics Community NAV event. It started with a very interesting keynote presentation by Vincent Nicolas about Engineering @Microsoft & Agile Software Development: After that there were 3 parallel sessions: NAV Performance Testing and Monitoring Tools David Worthington Test Automation Suite in Dynamics NAV 2016 Luc van Vugt PowerBI for Dynamics NAV Steven Read More →

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A few days ago I received the following email from Microsoft: Needless to say I’m really honored and thankfull. I want to express thanks to everyone who helped me since a became involved in the NAV world, now about ten years ago. It’s been a fantastic ride… As a trainer and consultant, I have met Read More →

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Recently I stumbled upon this blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powerbi/archive/2015/12/18/3-twitter-kpis-to-share-on-your-business-dashboard.aspx It shows how you can export your Twitter analytics and use it as a source in a Power BI Dashboard: The process is very simple. Get Your Twitter Data Go to analytics.twitter.com. You may have to log in to your Twitter account. Click on Tweets in the Twitter Read More →