Renumbering tables in NAV 2013 R2 – be careful!

Object ID’s .. it’s still a hassle .. but something we’re all used to work with. But sometimes, ID’s of objects need to be renumbered. You have to move a piece of functionality to a new number band, or you want to incorporate a piece of an app into another database, which would result in … Continue reading »

NAV 2013 R2: Import objects with PowerShell

You know PowerShell is hot, right? And the fact that Dynamics NAV is using Powershell more and more, is good. Very good. I like it .. you must have figured that in previous post ;-). We also are familiar with the finsql.exe .. and options we have with it. And if not, The Microsoft Team … Continue reading »

NAV Update Rollups for additional countries AT, BE, CH, ES, FI, IS, and NO

I just received great news. Since NAV2013, Microsoft has introduced a great new initiative: the update rollups: a set of changes, combined in a “rollup”. This, for both Platform Hotfixes (a new build of the platform (Windows Client, Dev Env, …)) and Application Hotfixes (or in other words: code fixes). Now, obviously, all countries can … Continue reading »

Video: How Do I: Setup the Job Queue in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

A while ago, I created a movie on How to set up the Job Queue. I decided to create this small blogpost, only to promote this video, as I have been pointing people to it the past few weeks, and apparently it helped them to get going (which is exactly the purpose of the video). … Continue reading »
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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 VM Image available on Azure

This is cool! So useful! And already announced on the NAV Team Blog! And it’s for all MSDN Subscribers .. . May be first explain what that MSDN-thingy means… . Many partners have MSDN. At least partners that are a little bit serious in what they are doing .. being able to explore the new … Continue reading »
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Platform updates overview – NAV 2013 (R2)

Why am I still doing this? It’s been far too long that I updated this list .. . And there are perfect alternative links, like simply going to PartnerSource, where you can find an Overview of Released Platform Hotfixes for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. Now, I do recommend that you use that exact location, … Continue reading »

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 in Office 365 on Windows Azure

You must have heard about it .. I mean the famous “In” and “On” story .. famous from the announcement during Directions EMEA 2013, and famous, because of these blogs: Big Bang in Vienna: NAV in O365 and on Azure NAV 2013 R2 | Are you “IN and ON” or “OUT and OFF” Recap of … Continue reading »
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Powershell script to search for “How Do I”-video’s for NAV 2013 (R2)

As you might know, lately, I have been working on the “How Do I”-video-series about various topics regarding Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. these video’s are posted on MSDN, PartnerSource and Youtube. (And hereby, you got the links to easily find them – bookmark them, please :-)). Now, as you migth have noticed, me personally, I … Continue reading »

How to Create a NAV 2013 R2 Multi-Tenancy Demo Environment

I have had a few people asking for this .. So I’m just going to share you my script that I always use to convert a Single Tenancy Demo Environment to a Multi Tenancy Demo Environment, with some (Empty) companies per Tenant and such.. . And I’m going to make it easy on me .. … Continue reading »

New PartnerSource – Let’s start all over :(

This weekend, Microsoft apparently decided to migrate PartnerSource to a completely new platform – I was told: based on Sharepoint this time.. . And I hear you thinking: FINALLY. I definitely agree: something needed to be done. It wasn’t too easy to find stuff on PartnerSource, to not say: it was darn difficult. And because … Continue reading »
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NAV 2013 R2: Migrating from Multi-Tenancy back to Single-Tenancy

A lot has been written about how to migrate from Single Tenancy to Multi-Tenancy. Video’s have been created, blogs have been written, Sessions have been given.. . The question that I always get – is “what about the other way around?”. So, how do I migrate back to a Single Tenant Environment? I’ve spend some … Continue reading »

SEPA Direct Debit Updates (FR, BE, IT and ES) are now available for “all” versions of NAV!

Until the end of December last year, SEPA Direct Debit was only available for NAV 2013 R2. Now, as you know, this version is quite new .. and it was somewhat more “urgent” to receive the objects for earlier versions – more common to existing customers . Well .. since December 30th, these objects are … Continue reading »

The Hooks Pattern

You remember NAVTechDays, right? The place where a lot begins, and a lot happens. Well, I explained in my wrap-up of NAVTechDays2013 that there was (some) attention on something called “The Hooks Pattern”. Because of that – I dedicated a topic, specifically on the Hooks-pattern (which was also handled during our Pre-Conference Day workshop on … Continue reading »

OneNote just saved my day

I’m a heavy OneNote user. About everything I do, is in OneNote. I’m a fan from the first minute. And even more today! Because, OneNote just saved my day . What happened? I had been working on an improved Backup/Restore script for a number of weeks – just in my free time, whenever I was … Continue reading »
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NAV 2013 R2: Powershell function to check if ServerInstance is Multitenant or not

Hi, to end the year with – here is a small tip. I’m working on improving the Backup/Restore procedure from this blogpost .. . While doing that, I was looking for a way to see whether my current instance was actually a Multitenant-server or not. In a way, I had to be able to read … Continue reading »
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