Blog Post List
  • What To Think of This? - A Tester's Nightmare

    The other day I had the task to customize the Import Budget from Excel and Export Budget to Excel batch jobs. To incorporate changes made in Financial Management as part of a major add-on we are building. Although the add-on is directly implemented for RTC, I decided to first get the batch job working on Classic as it would enable me to easily debug and stay as close as possible to standard code. Unexpectedly I got the whole thing working very easily, so I set off in a very good mood for RTC…
    • 2011-3-25
  • How-to: Debug RTC

    So there I was sitting, stuck on a process running on RTC, throwing errors that typically did not occur on Classic. No RTC specific debugger ( yet ). But ... never to young to learn! Unless C# is like cipher to you, it's not to difficult to get things working and go for it using these links: Clausl's Dynamics NAV Blog Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Developer and IT Pro Documentation Notes As you are using the Visual Studio debugger you will need to have VS installed Depending on…
    • 2011-3-25
  • Save the Date: May 19, 2011

    The 3rd DDC event has been planned for May 19. So mark it in your agenda. As before you are welcome at 18:00h. After a joined meal we will kick off around 18:45h with a keynote followed by two parallel sessions. Session topics will be based on your input to a new poll on our website. Niet that, as the website is being updated, the poll still has to be published. More details will follow on our blogs, on website , on LinkedIn and in our newsletter. Newsletter For those who had themselves enlisted…
    • 2011-3-20
  • How-to: Create Index Entries in Online Help

    A recent question posed to me regarding the subject brought back a lot of memories on how I came around learning about this. I still remember the day that *** (Ben McDakkie) and I drove down south to our Belgian Navision sister company. Herman would learn us all about the insides of Online Help (OLH) creation. Those around NAV already for some while may recall that, with Navision Solutions, HTML Online Help was the successor to WinHelp and introduced a much better and nicer Online Help system…
    • 2011-3-9