Feb 13

Bootcamp Notes: Testing

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

Feb 07

Bootcamp Notes: DotNet, Streams & .NET

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

Feb 05

Bootcamp Notes: What’s New

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.

Jan 30

NAV2013 Bootcamp

I am now¬†in the middle of the NAV2013¬†Bootcamp. You can certainly expect a few blog post that will follow as soon as I have the time to clean up my notes. Off course, all credit will go to Vjeko & … Continue reading

Jan 10

Reading Notes through code

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

Dec 06

Flowfield DropDown vs Popup List

Today I was looking into a problem where a FlowField was showing a DropDown instead of “Popping Up” a list in RTC. After looking around, and comparing to other FlowFields, I just could not put my finger on it.

Nov 05

Safely convert a text date to a date

Sometimes you just need to convert a text to a date, here is a function I have created that should do it without generating an error. If the input string is wrong, it will return a blank date.

Oct 31

Import Flat File using an XML Port

Most of you already know that DataPorts are being discontinued, and don’t work on RTC anymore… Just today I had to import a delimited file through RTC, but the actual import didn’t go so smooth. Here is a brief overview … Continue reading