Are you dreaming about possibility to automatically “build” your NAV database after you commit changes to the objects to check if all could be compiled and to be able to run the automated tests? It could become reality for you! Of course, you have many paths, but I will talk about the way, I have...
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If your SSIS project is deployed to SSIS catalog i.e. SSISDB and you lost your source project file, then you need to edit the SSIS packages in the deployed project. In this blog from PowerObjects, we will discuss how to retrieve your project/packages. Option 1: Integration Services Import Project Wizard...
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Here is a small tip (some of you might already know it): the GETURL together with the HYPERLINK can be used to run objects in NAV 2013 (even tables ). I am working on a tool to delete records from a database (to ‘clean’ a company from transactional data for example). Part of this tool […]
Indexed properties are commonly used in C# because they allow a lot of syntactical flexibility, and make the code more readable, and easier to follow. Indexed properties are very similar to C/AL array indexing, except for two important differences: In C/AL, indexer is always 1-based. In C#, indexers...