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 →

Are you interested in Dynamics NAV 2013? Would you like to get the latest in depth information on what’s new functional and technical? Then this might be very interesting… MICROSOFT DYNAMICS NAV 2013 APPLICATION BOOTCAMP This  NAV 2013 bootcamp enables you as an experienced NAVconsultant to learn everything and more there is to know about Read More →

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 →

Dynamics NAV Day at Decisions Spring 2012 is June 20, 2012. You can register here for the event. Have a look at the sessions & agenda: here And did I mention it’s a virtual conference (free of charge). Like last time, there’s also a session about Tips & tricks in NAV 2009 Reporting: http://decisions.msdynamicsworld.com/session/tips-tricks-report-design-msdymanics-nav-2009 In this Read More →

Recently I was contacted by a fellow blogger, who had been scratching his head because of disappearing labels. The report in question was, for some unknown reason, not displaying all captions. It was a report with multiple data indented items. The strange thing was that when one of the data items was removed, the labels would show Read More →

Something new I learned this week  is that appareantly there’s a function GetUidOffset in CodeUnit1 (and it has been there for a couple of versions). GetUidOffset EXIT(0); // =0 –> control- and variable ids are assigned // based on license. // >0 –> control- and variable ids are using numbering //starting from that number The Read More →