This is actually a small post about the ProcessingOnly report property in Dynamics NAV. You probably already know that you can use it to create a report object that acts as a code unit, but with the advantages of using data items to create nested loops and a request page to allow for dynamics filtering Read More →

Microsoft has made the new Power BI preview available for everyone. If you go here: https://www.powerbi.com you can create your free account to test out the new features of Power BI. Here you can download the Power BI Designer: https://www.powerbi.com/dashboards/downloads/designer so you can get started to create your own Power BI reports. Have a look here to Read More →

In Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 it is now possible, again, to implement Page X of Y for document reports. In previous versions of RDLC the problem was that in a typical document report the content of the body was put in a List container to implement the Number Of Copies option. Via the List we Read More →

Imagine you have to create a report, for example a Document, and there’s certain information, like for example Sales Conditions, that only need to be printed on the footer of the last page. How do you do that in RDLC? A good thing is always to investigate if there’s a property that you can use. Read More →

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A couple of days ago when I was delivering a Report Design in Dynamics NAV 2009 training one of the students had a very strange problem. Being an experienced trainer I thought I had seen all possible bugs and ‘undocumented features’ of the Report Designer, but this one I had never seen before. What happened? Read More →