Here I am again with the last post of my bootcamp notes. You will notice a lot of changes have taken place, going from design in the development client to new RDLC functionality.
I’m back again with one of my Bootcamp notes. This time a few points about optimizing for SQL Server. There have been a lot of changes on SQL Server. It is no longer using cursors through OLE DB to connect, … Continue reading
Last week I was developing a framework which needs the SMTP Mail in NAV2013. I noticed a new function on the variable (which is now a DotNet assembly) which allows you to add an attachment from a stream. Which is … Continue reading
Today, I tried to export a fob file from a 2009R2 but strangely I got the following error:
Didn’t we all wait for an easy way to debug the RTC? In NAV 2013 this is finally possible. This post won’t be to big, as most of the things can be mentioned pretty quickly.
In NAV2009 we already had the option to create test CodeUnits, but NAV2013 made our options much more extensive. Basically, how do we avoid breaking stuff when developing? By testing, or even better, by automated testing. One of the biggest … Continue reading
The title looks like talking about .NET twice, but actually, the first is using DotNet variables in code, the second is using .NET as an add-in. Personally, I found this subject the most interesting, just because of all the great … Continue reading
Here I am with the second part of my Bootcamp notes: Pages & Queries. I will again list all new and important stuff only.
This is the first post in a series of my NAV2013 boot camp notes, starting off course with the general “What’s New”. Some things I have already posted about will definitely come back here.