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Dynamics NAV 2016 Events

6th March 2016 0 Comments
Dynamics NAV 2016 Events

I have been coding in Dynamics NAV 2016 CU3 and have started to use the new events features in Dynamics NAV, I have watched a few videos and read a few articles, many have ‘Foo Bar’ and ‘Hello World!’, these are required reading or watching if you are new to events, I would suggest following the […]

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Dynamics NAV Export and Zip XMLPort Files

12th July 2015 0 Comments
Dynamics NAV Export and Zip XMLPort Files

A couple of years ago I was asked about Dynamics NAV file handling for zipping a file after exporting the data, at the time I looked at creating a batch file and scripting the zipping up of the exported file, however I prefer to do as much as possible from within Dynamics NAV, I have […]

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Excel Multiple Worksheets in Dynamics NAV

20th June 2015 2 Comments
Excel Multiple Worksheets in Dynamics NAV

There are a few solutions for adding Multiple Worksheets to an Excel Workbook for earlier versions of Dynamics NAV, many of these solutions are not transferable into Dynamics NAV version 2013, I thought I would add my solution for Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, in Part One I will show the changes to the Excel Buffer, […]

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Excel Multiple Worksheets Report

20th June 2015 0 Comments
Excel Multiple Worksheets Report

In this post I will show the code added in a Report to use the multiple Excel Worksheets in Dynamics NAV 2013, in Part One I looked the changes to the Excel Buffer, and in Part Three I will add functions for formatting and to create real formulas. The Report 50004 Export Items by Inventory […]

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CAL Syntax Highlighter for WordPress

15th March 2015 0 Comments
CAL Syntax Highlighter for WordPress

This website like 20% of all new websites and blogs is run on the WordPress platform, as the subject is Dynamics NAV it helps to add code that could be copied and pasted, Dynamics NAV uses the C/AL Language (Client/server Application Language) otherwise known as CSide which stands for Client Server Integrated Environment. There are […]

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Dynamics NAV 2013R2 Development #1

21st September 2014 0 Comments
Dynamics NAV 2013R2 Development #1

Introduction This article is aimed at anyone that might be starting out with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013R2, the assumption is that you are familiar with Dynamics NAV and the development environment. Having worked with Dynamics NAV since 1996 the software has changed beyond recognition, over these years the thinking around the way that standard tables […]

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Dynamics NAV 2013R2 Development #2

21st September 2014 0 Comments
Dynamics NAV 2013R2 Development #2

Introduction Following up from my first post Dynamics NAV 2013R2 Development #1 I would like to add flesh to the bones for Solution 2 this involves adding new objects and code to Dynamics NAV 2013R2. Since the release of 2009 with the RTC pages we can work differently, looking at the Customer table and possibly […]

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Accruals and Prepayments

20th January 2014 0 Comments
Accruals and Prepayments

A common question asked is “What are accruals and prepayments for?”, lets forget the technical wording and try to explain in simple language.

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Dynamics NAV Contracting (UK)

11th January 2014 0 Comments
Dynamics NAV Contracting (UK)

I am often contacted or asked about Dynamics NAV freelancing and contracting, it can look very inviting financially to someone that might be feeling frustrated with their current position, feeling undervalued or looking to move on.

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Dynamics Nav Contracting Two (UK)

10th January 2014 1 Comment
Dynamics Nav Contracting Two (UK)

To follow on from my first post on Dynamics Nav Contracting in the United Kingdom, here are some options a new contractor might want to consider putting in place before accepting a Contract.

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