Continuing on my previous post Get Session Count over multiple NST’s I decided to make a little PowerShell function of it.
Sometimes you need to see for different instances how many sessions are connected. You could achieve this with piping multiple PowerShell statements into each other, but not always.
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
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
We all had our fair share of database we were locked out of, because a user added himself and no other users to a database. In that case, we have 3 options to gain access to the database. One of … 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
At Ifacto, we are (still) working on our product for NAV2013 using PRS. One of the things we also try to accomplish, is ease of setup for the functional consultant during an implementation process. We try to manage this by … Continue reading
A while ago, I was working on reporting and was very happy with the new HTML options on the RDLC. But, as you might know, these are actually quite limited…
In this post just a few tips and tricks I did myself, which might just interest you 🙂 In the old days we got a few debugger/session options from NAV. We could even move some parts of the debugger to … Continue reading
If you ever had to read the notes blob in the Record Link table, you might have noticed that it contains some strange characters. This makes it hard to use anywhere without some handling. This is because NAV uses .NET … Continue reading