On the Dynamics NAV Team Blog, a tool was released named: NAVDiag. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nav/2017/02/10/coffee-break-navdiag/ You can use this as a tool that helps you simplify and speed up the troubleshooting. The tool now allows you to collect diagnostics, with added examples of reading the config file, the license file and Steps Recorder. Record Steps action will Read More →

In this blog Duilio Tacconi explains how you can implement a Copy Loop in Word report layouts: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/nav/2017/01/24/how-to-implement-a-copy-loop-in-word-report-layouts/   Modifications made could be easily applied also to previous versions (Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015).

It is now possible to subscribe to a report to receive an email with a snapshot of that page to your inbox. You will receive an email snapshot of each report page when the report is refreshed. If the report doesn’t refresh, you will not receive a snapshot email that day. If the report refreshes more Read More →

Watch this How Do I video to learn how to configure the Excel add-in in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. The demonstration covers the following steps: required prerequisites creating application in Azure management portal granting access to the application OAuth2 configuration NAV server configuration Learn more at: http://aka.ms/NAVGetReady Configuring Dynamics NAV and the Excel Add-In: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav/configuring-dynamics-nav-excel-addin

Wow… What a great conference it was, again. So many attendees, so many interesting sessions, presentations, topics… Dynamics NAV 2017 is full of amazing new features… I was really honored to be a part of it. During the conference I took part in a couple of very interesting sessions about PowerShell, Extensions and New C/AL Read More →

In this video you will see how to develop a wizard page for html clients.

In this example, we will keep things simple. Let’s imagine that a user wants to send a Sales Quote. For that Sales Quote document to be useful, it must contain their company name and Email address. Let’s create a wizard to guide a user through specifying their company name and Email address, using 5 steps.

When you use Power BI Desktop (or Power Query) to connect to a Dynamics NAV ODATA feed, the URL you pass looks like this: http://thinkaboutit:7048/NAV2016CU6/OData/Company(‘CRONUS%20BELGI%C3%8B%20NV’)/ where thinkaboutit is the server running your service tier, 7048 is the ODATA port and NAV2016CU6 is the Service Tier Instance. Company(‘CRONUS%20BELGI%C3%8B%20NV’)/ means that you are retrieving data from a Read More →