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  • From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Working with NAV 2015 for Tablets; Adding currencies; End of NAV 2009 support

    A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics NAV blogs: How to Get Microsoft Dynamics NAV for Tablets to Connect Using a Self-Signed Certificate; Extensibility for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Tablet Client; How to Set Up Additional Currencies in Microsoft Dynamics NAV; NAV 2009 Mainstream Support...
    Posted to MSDynamicsWorld.com - NAV by MSDynamicsWorld.com on 2014-10-12
    Filed under: Dynamics NAV, Mobile Applications, Accounting, Financial Management, nav 2009, NAV 2015
  • NAV 2009 Mainstream Support Ends January 13, 2015

    Like with all new releases, old released get discontinued. That’s how it goes with software. And for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, it’s not different. Yesterday, NAV 2015 was released to customers .. and today I got the message when the latest supported version (which is currently NAV 2009) is...
    Posted to Waldo's Blog - Microsoft Dynamics NAV by waldo on 2014-10-3
    Filed under: NAV 2009, MS Dynamics NAV, Announcement, NAV 2015
  • RDL vs. RDLC versions and Dynamics NAV v.2

    A few years ago I wrote a blog post outlining when each version of RDL(Server side Reporting, not supported out of the box in NAV) and RDLC(Client Side Reporting, supported in NAV) was released and which are supported in which version of Dynamics NAV. During my many Report training classes I always start...
    Posted to Clausl's Dynamics NAV Blog on 2014-7-25
    Filed under: NAV 2009, Reporting, NAV 2013, NAV 2013 R2
  • Export images from RDLC report using Excel

    In this small tip I will show you have to export images from a RDLC report in NAV 2013 R2. You can do this in NAV 2009 and NAV 2013 also, but then you need to convert the Excel Spreadsheet to the latest version. Scenario A: You have embedded a image into a RDLC report and [...]
    Posted to Clausl's Dynamics NAV Blog on 2014-5-17
    Filed under: NAV 2009, Reporting, NAV 2013, NAV 2013 R2
  • Functions

    Dear Team, I want to learn basic C/AL language.
    Posted to The Dynamics NAV / Navision FAQ by Rajendra on 2014-5-2
    Filed under: Architecture, C/AL, C/AL Editor, C/DART, C/SIDE, classic client, Classic Server, clients, codeunits, Commerce Gateway, Conference, Database, dataports, Dates, Designer, Dynamics, Dynamics GP, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics NAV: Date Management, Employee Portal, FBK, FDB File, Fields, forms, Installation, Language Modules, Mergetool, Multi-Language, Native DB, NAV 2009, NAV 2013, NAV 5.0, NAV server, NAV Upgrade, Navigator, Navision, Navision 2009, Navision Attain, Navision Financials, Navision Upgrade, objects, Pages, properties, reports, Restore, role tailored, RTC, servers, SQL, SQL Server, Startup Parameters, Startup Properties, System Requirements, tables, three-tier, Tips & Tricks, two-tier, Upgrade, Upgrade Toolkit, User Portal, web services, xmlports, ZUP file
  • How to query the customer balance

    Hello all: I am using Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009 running on a SQL Server 2005 database. I want to be able to create a query using the outstanding balance for the customer but I can't identify the table in SQL that contains the balance field. The balance does appear, however, when you open the customer...
    Posted to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision Technical Forum by Windros Dulanya on 2014-2-11
    Filed under: NAV 2009, Query, Customer
  • Stücklistenbuchblatt

    Hallo, mein Name ist Roman und bin im Bereich NAV neu. Momentan haben wir NAV2009 installiert wird jedoch in den nächsten Monaten auf NAV2013 umgestellt. Ich habe ein Problem mit einer Stornierung von einem bereits verrechneten Auftrag. Ich soll einen Artikel (Stückliste enthalten) retour buchen...
    Posted to Deutschsprachiges Dynamics Forum (German Dynamics Forum) by Roman on 2014-2-7
    Filed under: NAV 2009, NAV 2013, Stückliste
  • Which balance of inventory i can start production if production module not made before

    Hi guys i have problem i work two years in sales and purchase only in dynamic nav 2009 . Now i need to make production and manufacture module but in which balance i can start from inventory. Example I purchase Aggregate and cement to produce finish good is ready concrete(for sales) Two years i purchase...
    Posted to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision End User Forum by ahmed salah on 2014-1-11
    Filed under: Manufacturing, NAV 2009
  • Two small issues with NAV 2009

    Hi DUG, I have recently been appointed warehouse manager for a small business in AU, I have encountered a couple of small issues that I am in need of assistance with. 1) My inventory controller has located a stock line that has an item/product card created for it, but we are not showing this in inventory...
    Posted to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision End User Forum by John Techie on 2014-1-11
    Filed under: NAV 2009, Warehouse
  • NAV Server Configuration

    The NAV Server or NAV Service Tier can be configured by changing the settings using the Dynamics NAV Administration Console (NAV 2013 and later) or manually by editing the customsettings.config files. Configuration of Dynamics NAV 2009 Configuration of Dynamics NAV 2013
    Posted to The Dynamics NAV / Navision FAQ by Erik P. Ernst on 2013-10-2
    Filed under: Installation, NAV 2009, NAV 2013, NAV server
  • How to use multi-language with Dynamics NAV?

    Contents Adding a language module to your application Deleting a language layer Setting up multiple document languages The multi-language functionality of Dynamics NAV / Navision is one of the most important reasons for many companies for selecting Dynamics NAV / Navision. The multi-language functionality...
    Posted to The Dynamics NAV / Navision FAQ by Erik P. Ernst on 2012-9-6
    Filed under: Dynamics NAV, Language Modules, Multi-Language, NAV 2009, NAV 5.0
  • What are Dynamics NAV/Navision Web Services?

    Contents Different Types of Web Services Page Web Services Codeunit Web Services Links to learn more about Navision Web Services Basic Posts Advanced Posts Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 introduces a service tier and the ability to expose Codeunits and Pages as web services. The web services can be used...
    Posted to The Dynamics NAV / Navision FAQ by Erik P. Ernst on 2011-4-27
    Filed under: NAV 2009, Navision 2009, role tailored, three-tier, web services
  • Click Thru Demo: NAV 2009, Web Services - Edit in Excel

    Web Services - Edit in Excel Click Thru Demo for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Last Modified 3/19/2009 Web Services is the standard for application to application integration. And with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 we provide the ability to expose any page or code unit as a web service. This means that you...
    Posted to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision - Documentation, presentations and white papers by Erik P. Ernst on 2009-3-23
    Filed under: Dynamics NAV, NAV 2009, Web Services, Integration, Demo, Excel, EDI
  • Click Thru Demo: NAV 2009, Look and Feel

    Look and Feel Click Thru Demo for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Last Modified 3/19/2009 The most obvious visual change to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is the new client with the RoleTailored User Experience interface. In order to develop it, we identified a number of roles in an organization - and based...
    Posted to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision - Documentation, presentations and white papers by Erik P. Ernst on 2009-3-23
    Filed under: Dynamics NAV, NAV 2009, Demo, Role Center, Navigation Pane
  • Click Thru Demo: NAV 2009, Web Services and InfoPath

    Web Services and InfoPath Click Thru Demo for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Last Modified 3/19/2009 Web Services is the standard for application to application integration. And with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 we provide the ability to expose any page or code unit as a web service. This means that you...
    Posted to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision - Documentation, presentations and white papers by Erik P. Ernst on 2009-3-23
    Filed under: Dynamics NAV, NAV 2009, Web Services, Integration, Demo, InfoPath
  • Benchmark Study on the UX of NAV 5.0 and NAV 2009 White Paper

    This report documents usability benchmark results demonstrating that users are more successful completing job-related tasks and more satisfied with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 compared to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0. Comparative studies carried out in March and June 2008 indicate that, when using Microsoft...
    Posted to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Navision - Documentation, presentations and white papers by Erik P. Ernst on 2009-1-11
    Filed under: NAV 2009, UX, white paper
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