I have just posted 2 suggestions on Microsoft Connect about the Job Queue. Extra votes, if you agree, will certainly help getting the attention for it.
We have a function to export items and their images to an Excel file using an RDLC report. However, the user was always forced to export in smaller parts, because the dataset was growing too big. After some checking, it … Continue reading
Recently I was creating a function to resize an image. The function itself was resizing the image perfectly, however, my file size was always at least the same size… I think I tried about 8 different pieces of DotNet code, … Continue reading
Ever had a customer who asked to email his invoice in PDF, when they do not have / use RTC and work in the Classic Client? The answer is probably yes! How did you solve this? Most probably you used … Continue reading
Recently, I need to import some flat text files into NAV into completely new tables. So first, I created a table containing all the fields in the correct order. Next I had to create an XMLPort to import the values. … Continue reading
I never knew you could sort of use the Format C/AL function as a PADSTR function. Did you? Apparently, you can do FORMAT(SomeString,SomeLength). I usually put the length to 0 if I need to apply a format expression. But if … Continue reading
Well, This is going to be a short post. I recently found 2 shortcuts that can help a developer who uses a lot of shortcuts.
A while ago, I ran into a problem while using DotNet variables. Whenever I executed the code in our development environment, the code executed without problems, however, on the client side, we received errors when reading the information out of … Continue reading
A while ago, I posted a blog post to download the exchange rates from ECB. Someone replied that the code is using automations, which do not longer work as of NAV 2013. In this post, I will just do the … Continue reading
This is one I didn’t know before, but after searching the internet I already found a few blogs about it. Since I did not know and a few of my colleagues neither I’m going to post this here as well. … Continue reading