Last November I was in Antwerp attending NAVTechDays. During the pre-conference workshops I hosted a workshop on Json & NAV.
All the exercise code, both for CAL and AL you can download here -> NAVTechDays2017-JsonMeetsNAV
We where using the Development Preview image. Try your own by following http://aka.ms/navdeveloperpreview.
Yesterday I did a webcast with Mark Brummel courtesy of Rick Williams from Liberty Grove Software.
The recording is available on YouTube.
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I have been using Sellfy.com for some time now. This has forced me to take some of my smaller solutions and turn them into a product.
I connect my Sellfy user to PayPal and give them information about my location. That is it, all you need to do. They are supporting the new VAT regulation in between EU countries.
To make things easier to find I created the web site Objects4NAV.com. There I have a product catalogue with download links. All download links point to a source outside of Objects4NAV web site. Some to MiBuSo, some to the source blog post and some to the Sellfy product purchase button.
When a product is made available on Sellfy a price tag has to be applied. That is normal, this is a store. The price can be as low as €0.99 so this should not stop anyone.
There is also another great thing about using Sellfy. If you update your product you can use Sellfy to send the updated product to the ones that bought the product even if you don’t have any information about the purchasers.
Step 1; update the product file.
Step 2; send a notification email.
Step 3; sit back and smile
This example is where I just sent an upgrade to the tool I use to create temporary tables and upgrade codeunit for NAV 2015. I must say that I am a bit surprise how few have downloaded this product. It will save so much time in a data upgrade. Are you not upgrading NAV installations ???
Another example could be a currency import from xe.com. I posted a function to do this for NAV 2009 R2 and was recently asked for the NAV 2013 R2 version. I don’t have that in my product list but would it not be nice to be able to find that solution on Objects4NAV.com and download for just €9. That would be a win-win game.
In last week I saw a video by Mark on posting routines. This week I see that Claus has created a video on TransFooters and TransHeaders in RDLC.
Currently we have access to a lot of How-Do-I videos on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 both from Partner Ready Software and from Microsoft.
Watching a video is an easy way to learn. Go a head and follow the above links and get stuffed with knowledge…
The following is the slides by Thomas Halse at his presentation in Reykjavik on the 6th of December 2010. We now wait for the release of NAV 2009 R2.
The following is my slides from my lecture at Skyrr Conference in my native language.