Blog Post List
  • Master Class Application Architecture & Design Patterns coming to UK

    Did you read about this master class already? You should, so continue as it is really worthwhile as it discusses Dynamics NAV at a meta level bringing more structure to your understanding of it. And yes, even for those who have been working with NAV for ages already. We're never too old to learn! After successful performances in Canada , Netherlands, Belgium, Japan and Romania (and Iceland to go) the Dynamics NAV Master Class Application Architecture & Design Patterns is now coming to the…
    • 2015-6-21
  • Let's clean up NAV - Proost! Santé! Cheers! Noroc! Skål! Evviva! Sundhed!

    A Small Celebration with a virtual beer for the team! And I will buy you at least one in Antwerp . Why? Well this is why: Microsoft Dynamics NAV Experts Get Together On Cleanup Effort . While we were cleaning Jason Gumpert clearly (or should it be cleanly?) got impressed. Proost! Santé! Cheers! Noroc! Skål! Evviva! Sundhed! ...
    • 2015-6-18
  • Let's clean up NAV #15 - Post/Check Line Boat Anchors

    Time is flying while we're cleaning up. Way before Soren started cleaning in Canada and even before Jeremy Vyska joined the team, Mark Brummel gave me his consent that we should be putting some our of cleaning effort on some piece of old code that has been hanging around for too long, totally obsolete, and we surely could make use of his expert hands. So even though you we're not in the known we stopped the dust collection here. Thumbs up another MVP fellow joining our Clean Team ! And…
    • 2015-6-15
  • Let's clean up NAV #14 - RECORDLEVELLOCKING

    I guess it's due to my length that I often run into spots where dust seems to collect without others noticing it. On top of cabinets, doors and paintings, in corners of window frames, etc. You could mock me and say: on everything I look down on. It might somehow apply to today's clean up subject: the RECORDLEVELLOCKING record method. Did I only notice it's still there with no use whatsoever? A fossil of those days we had to deal with both SQL Server and the NAV proprietary database. A fossil…
    • 2015-6-7
  • Let's clean up NAV - Canadian Branch

    Overseas, uhm overoceans, interest has made us decide to expand our cleaning business. We have found our MVP fellow Soren Klemmensen willing to pick up this challenge in North America and without halting he already started to do some useful cleaning efforts. Have a look yourself: Let's clean up NAV #12 - Next Counting Period Let’s Clean up NAV #13 – Chain Name So welcome to another MVP fellow to our Clean Team ! Clap Hands ! Vedbaek, it seems we will be needing some cude and…
    • 2015-6-6
  • Let's clean up NAV #11 - Profile Owner ID

    I guess my previous cleanup posts were so dusty that I rouse the attention of Jeremy Vyska , one of my readers, who now volunteers for the Clean Team . So a big hand to another team member! However no time to party, apparently, as I found Jeremy busy polishing some of the msdn content. More specifically this one: How to: Create a Profile . Staring at it I could not figure out anything worthwhile cleaning up. But clearly Jerymy had it going. Near to him I also found this one: How to:…
    • 2015-6-5
  • Let's clean up NAV #10 - OCX Data Type

    I haven't been neglecting the clean up alone. I have to shame myself and admit I also did neglect my Clean Team . And more specifically my first hour team member Alain Krikilion . While is was too busy to clean (and even forgot that some times) Alain did continue on his own, but I did not report his valuable effort. Meanwhile were still stuck with this useless piece of technology ... OCX. Totally obsolete since we left the classic client behind. totally neglected to be cleaned away before…
    • 2015-6-2