Today, I had to copy a report of our product to a customers database. Our product database is currently NAV2013 R2, while the customer databases is a NAV2013 environment. I noticed that there are some difficulties into doing this.
Giving SQL Server permissions was not always secure in the past… When a user needed to be able to upload objects, they actually needed the db owner role. Which isn’t actually something that you always want. Since NAV2013 it has … Continue reading
Most of us had already experienced the joy of getting an error while reading Excel through C/AL: To support the <Language> (<Country>) language, install the Language Package for your version of Microsoft Office. It seems that even by using automations, … Continue reading
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It’s been a while already since I have worked on our product. Here we have been very strict about using PRS, so allow me to share a few things with you. First, I am not a member of the PRS … Continue reading
p5rn7vb You might already have noticed, that I am a supporter of using DotNet variables within C/AL. They allow us to achieve great things with little effort (most of the time). If we would need to achieve the same thing … Continue reading
By using DotNet variables, you can achieve great things, which would otherwise take you a lot of effort / hassle. Putting a file on an FTP server with C/AL would make you create batch files, specifically a file telling the … Continue reading
Today, I needed to create a label sheet to print bar codes for a client implementation. So I thought I could share it with all of you. I think that some of you might already know how to do this, … Continue reading
Just back from taking the MB7-702 (Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 C/Side Development) exam. Glad to announce that I passed the exam with 87%
At Ifacto, we are (still) working on our product for NAV2013 using PRS. One of the things we also try to accomplish, is ease of setup for the functional consultant during an implementation process. We try to manage this by … Continue reading