Updates to my Object Renumbering Tool

Back in the end of 2014 I published a renumbering tool for NAV objects.  Using DotNet I was able to increase the renumbering speed for text object files dramatically. Since then I have been asked if I could upgrade it to work with IDs and...
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NAV Http Web Request

In my post about Json and Rest web services I showed how to use the standard Codeunit no. 1297 for web service communication. Today I was asked to do this in NAV 2015.  I must admit, I forgot that this Codeunit was not available in NAV...
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Using REST/Json web services from NAV

One of my most popular blog entry is the one about Json.  I have also had some questions outside this website about this topic. This week I got a task.  We need to communicate with a payment service that uses REST web services and Json...
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NAVTechDays 2016

Now, ten days after a succesful NAV TechDays 2016, it is time to write a short recap. As usual I met with a lot of old friends and managed to gain new ones.  Had a great time.  I hosted a workshops on extending the Data...
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Using the new FilterPage in NAV 2016

I was a little surprised to not find any information online on the new FilterPage type in Dynamics NAV 2016. As a part of the new Workflow feature Microsoft built a new generic feature to ask the user for a filter on any record. Pressing...
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Presenting the Data Exchange Framework

Earlier this month Arend-Jan contacted me about being a presenter on Dutch Dynamics Community NAV Event for March 2016.  Of course I was honored and after a moments thought I accepted. The following presentation was repeated two times for close to 140 people in total....
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Data Exchange Framework enhancements

I have made several enhancements to the Data Exchange Framework in NAV 2016.  Previously I wrote about text or a comma separated file import and about access to a local data file when creating a xml/json structure.  Both those enhancements are included in the objects attached...
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Asynchronous web services in NAV

Asynchronous methods are very useful for web services.  To be able to start a process with one method and then check the status with another opens a lot of possibilities. There are two known patterns in NAV that support asynchronous methods;  one is to use the STARTSESSION...
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NAVUG European Congress

This conference, being held 9-10 May 2016 in Stuttgart, Germany, is a user-driven event dedicated to helping Dynamics NAV users maximize the return on their Dynamics investment. The programme schedule currently include the following sessions and more: Why the Cloud? Options and Considerations for Full...
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