Mr. Singelton I presume

We do have one Mr. Singelton in our Dynamics NAV MVP group.  However, this blog post is not about him. Singelton is a well known Design Pattern.  A Singelton object is a one instance object that is shared in the whole application.  Vjeko showed an...
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Run a Table in NAV

One of the things we developers and consultants miss the most from the “Classic Times” is the ability to run a table to edit the data. Sure we can run a table from the Developement Environment but we are not always working with direct access to...
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Just use DotNet

Day by day I am moving closer to DotNet programming in Dynamics NAV. More and more of the things I like to do are more easily solved with DotNet than with native C/AL code. In most cases I can use the standard DotNet types but...
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Clean up your trail

Boy, have these last months been busy. Now I am working on a management solution for our cloud offering.  This solution is going to give the control of the services and the tenants to a NAV user interface.  I am running Powershell scripts from NAV...
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Selection Filter to Clipboard

I have now seen three posts about using Excel to help create a Pipe Filter.  The latest one from Mohana is similar to the way I normally do this.  His post is a followup from the original video from Kerry Rosvold and an alternative from...
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New renumbering tool with DotNet power

No, there is not a dotnet add-in, just using dotnet in C/AL. I have made updates to this tool.  Read about it here. There is an old version of a renumbering tool on this blog.  It works in the classic client but who uses the classic client...
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Ping your web service for security

Increasingly we are using Web Services to communicate between NAV companies.  In a production environment these communication is usually secured by the SSL standard. When the communication is sent over the Internet I would recommend that a secure ping be added before every communication to...
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