Dec 15

Customize Ribbon – Beware

It often happens that customers change their ribbon. Mostly to remove the clutter of actions and only keep the actions they care about. Today we got a customer change request saying, that if they have an error (the yellow bar … Continue reading

Oct 07

Update Parent Page From Subpage

I guest we all have had a situation where we needed to update the parent page from a SubPage. Without some funky workaround, this was simply not possible. Well, good news in NAV2015…

Aug 08

Import 2013 R2 report into 2013 R1: Invalid target namespace

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.

Jun 06

NAV2013 Object Admin

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

Feb 25

Reading Excel – Alternative

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

Feb 12

Statistics

m4s0n501 You can now take a look at a few statistics of nav-magno.be. They can be found through the top bar or by following this link.

Feb 04

PRS Driven Programming

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

Nov 17

.NET to DotNet: How do I do it?

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 with … Continue reading

Nov 13

Using DotNet to put a file on an FTP server

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

Sep 26

Printing label sheets through RDLC

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