Gathering permission for users and groups

I have a solution that stores scanned and linked documents in an external database.  A URL to the document is stored in the Record Link table in NAV and attached to the relevant record.  The URL points to a web page that delivers the attached...
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UPLOAD and DOWNLOAD size limit

Always something new.  I have bin using the Record Links to store pointers to scanned files, created pdf files all other files that the user would like to link to a record and store centrally.  I have the option to import the file to a...
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Copy Record Link between databases

In my current upgrade process I needed to copy the Record Link table from one database to another.  I can use a copy-paste method for small number of records but in this case I needed something else. A Dataport or a XML Port was the...
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Record Links in NAV 2009 R2

I made a function that collects all the record links from the documents related to a customer ledger entry or a vendor ledger entry.  I then display the list or record links and offer the user the change to open the links or email them....
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Web Service that deliveres BLOB data

I wanted to be able to use the Record Link table in NAV to link to my attachments. Since that part of NAV is not customizable every attachment that I link to NAV needs to be accessible via URL. So, when I import or scan...
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Scanning in Remote Desktop

When running Dynamics NAV as a Remote Application or in Remote Desktop you are missing connection to your locally connected scanner.  I have created a solution that uses a standalone application running on the client computer.  That application uses the TwainControlX from Ciansoft and connects...
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Record Links and Attachments

The standard Record Links table in Dynamics NAV has the ability to store a URL and link it to any record in the Dynamics NAV database.  However, in order to fully use this each user must have access to the give URL. As a part...
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