Continuing on my previous post Get Session Count over multiple NST’s I decided to make a little PowerShell function of it.
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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% 🙂