Blog Post List
  • RoleTailoring Microsoft Dynamics NAV - some useful video recordings

    I was pointed at some useful recordings on the Dynamics NAV ERP channel on you-tube about Role-Tailoring Dynamics NAV 2009. Thought it might be of interested to you, your colleagues or even your customer. Who and how Good content for the Role Center Efficient navigation Minimize keystrokes Better decisions and Fewer mistakes Show task steps Deep Role-Tailoring BTW: Couldn't help thinking of Laurel and Hardy at the start of each recording (1 through 6). Update…
    • 2011-8-28
  • How-to: Use EXPORTOBJECTS or IMPORTOBJECTS

    Ever since our team moved to TFS, because of it's source control system, we are heavily making use of the NAV 2009 SP1 C/SIDE features EXPORTOBJECTS and IMPORTOBJECTS . And even way before that I personally used it frequently. No need anymore for an external tool like Text Object Splitter , NAV Object Splitter , Dynamics NAV Object Text File Splitter , or what else that's out there on the 'market'. We can export and import C/SIDE objects straight out of NAV and having full control on how we want…
    • 2011-8-24
  • Why is Maximize missing on RUNMODAL page?

    My colleague consultant did pose this question this morning. Or actually he was expressing a disappointment both he and a customer were sharing that apparently any page activated through various line actions do open a page without the Minimize / Maximize buttons on the top right corner of the window. I must admit: I probably did notice this half consciously a dozen times, but never really wondered why. Some simple test on the Sales Order page, opening the Reservations Entries page from a sales…
    • 2011-8-23
  • RTC Actions and Images - What to use?

    Yesterday I took over some bugs from one of my colleagues. Among them one reporting an anomaly on page 30. Have a look: OK, hardly to be called a bug, but I have to agree with the bug reporter that it doesn't really look fancy, this quintet of those well known black pool balls. [For those interested: the commands typically lacking images are part of one of our add-ons.] As a user I would definitely suspect the developer (or designer) had suffered an off-day. On the other hand inside…
    • 2011-8-9