Yesterday, I needed to put some code after modification of a record. So I decided to use the event for this. My code only needed to be updated if some field was updated. After coding my functionality, I went on … Continue reading
Everyone who has ever created a .NET DLL for his NAV project will probably have run into different kind of issues concerning versioning. Either unable to overwrite without stopping the Server Instance Not having the right assembly loaded Having to … Continue reading
Some of you might already have needed to translate NAV objects before. When you did this, odds are big that you have run into “unreadable” translation tokens? Well, I have, after searching around a bit, ran into a blog post … Continue reading
In addition to my previous post “Eventing: an Overview” I’d like to add a few things I have forgotten in my list.
A few days ago we had a workshop in the company about events. Even during our internal overview, we found out some thing which weren’t very clear before. So I decided to try to list a bit about it here.
Have you ever tried putting something in the clipboard? Well, aside from literally copying or pasting? If you have ever tried something like this in .NET, you might remember, you need to call the functionality in a thread with STA … Continue reading
This time, I’ll present you with another way to use Codeunits in NAV. By using Codeunits as parameters to a function, you can use Codeunits as (sort of .NET) Classes. If you declare different local variables to the same Codeunit, … Continue reading
Well, It’s official. NAV 2016 is released. (You can find it here by the way) Here’s a quick run through of the “What’s new”, from a technical view (taken from the NAV 2016 Development Environment help). Mind you, I won’t … Continue reading
Sometimes, you have multiple NAV Instances installed. When you have multiple installations, with different builds, you cannot use the PowerShell functions for each instance. You could try loading the NavAdminTool.PS1 in the correct NST folder. However, this will probably not … Continue reading