Tax Updates Dependent on Cumulative Updates (CU) for NAV 2013 and higher

I’d like to raise some attention on this topic, as this is quite important for partners that are supporting customers. In the old days, we received fobs and txt files with objects that only contained the changes for the TAX update. On top of that .. different TAX updates within one NAV release, were based … Continue reading »
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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 is announced!

Finally it’s official .. And quite some information has been announced. And it’s not really surprising that it’s announced now, because last week, Microsoft World Partner Conference took place .. which is about the biggest partner-event from Microsoft. Things just need to be announced there, doesn’t it ;-)? NAV “Crete” is going to be called … Continue reading »
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NAV 2013 R2 Multi Tenancy: Force Full Sync on All Tenants

The last few months have been crazy. The main reason that my blogging is somewhat minimal is that I’m working on a project .. Quite an interesting one. It’s an on premise, yet multitenant implementation of 204 tenants and growing. Super interesting, because there is lots of communication between the tenants, and still, you get … Continue reading »
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Powershell: The Merge-commandlets for NAV 2013

I have been looking forward to blog about this, since I have been testing and working with these commandlets for quite some time now. With the release of Cumulative Update 9, these commandlets are being released .. so FINALLY I’m able to blog about it. But I’m not gonna .. at least, I’m not going … Continue reading »

New How-Do-I Video’s on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

It has been a while since I blogged about the How-do-I-Video’s on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. But that doesn’t mean that none were created in the meanwhile. I did some myself, and quite a few other people have been working hard to get new video’s to you as well. For me, the powershell that … Continue reading »
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Belgian Localization: Manual VAT Corrections are back!

You already know that Belgium is part of the “Update Rollups Group”: the countries that actually get a CU every month :-). This is good .. This is REALLY good! And it’s getting better… Now, Belgium (and a few other countries) are also part of the Localisation Portal. This is the portal I blogged about … Continue reading »

NAV 2013 R2: Export objects with PowerShell

A while ago, I create a blog about a way to import objects in NAV with PowerShell. Well, it’s time to do the opposite, and export objects. This is the function I came up with (pardon the formatting – copy/pasting really made it difficult for me…): function Export-NAVApplicationObjectFile { [CmdletBinding()]param ( [String]$WorkingFolder, [String]$ExportFile, [String]$Database, [String]$Filter … Continue reading »

Resource Pages for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

It seems they’re working hard to get as much info out there as possible. Let’s have a glimpse on the new “Resource Pages” on PartnerSource: Resource Pages for Microsoft Dynamics NAV What does Microsoft mean with “Resource Pages”? Well, links to information like: Overview of Released Platform Hotfixes Server and Platform Hardware Sizing Web Client … Continue reading »
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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Localization Portal

Recently, I was notified about this location on PartnerSource: The Microsoft Dynamics Localization Portal – Microsoft Dynamics NAV. As Microsoft describes: This Dynamics Localization portal provides partners information by country about localization features including info on regulatory features, documentation, plus associated ISV solutions. On the portal, you will find reports, that contain the following: These … Continue reading »
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Microsoft Dynamics NAV upgrade (Customer Survey)

Microsoft is working their @$$ off on the upgrade story. And we can only support that, obviously. For gaining some more information, they have put up a survey on CustomerSource. As they explain: With this survey, we would like to solicit your valuable input in regard to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV upgrade story to better … Continue reading »
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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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