The upgrade story – continued

The Client went live on the 6th.  This is the task I told you about in last September. The database was 567GB in size with just a little less than 400GB used.  It had 1.506.747 sales invoices and 30.438.858 value entries.  Version 4.0Sp3 with a...
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Potential data loss in NAV 2013 R2 fixed

Update Rollup 5 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 has been released. You can download update rollup 5 from KB 2937999 – Update Rollup 5 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 (Build 36281). This hotfix resolves the following problems: ID Title 358016 <Field A> -= <Field B> –...
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Please add block possibility to Permission table

Yesterday I suggested to Microsoft an enhancement to the permission functionality.  That was an informal suggestion so I logged into Microsoft Connect and added a formal suggestion. In table 2000000005 Permission we can assign permission to objects.  In the Classic Client we had the possibility to...
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Is Rapid Start slow ?

In the original version of RapidStart Services, that was shipped with NAV 2013 R2, Microsoft was using the Table Information table to collect no. of records for each table.  This was very slow as soon as you added more companies to the database.  A coworker...
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NAVTechDays 2013 Friday Recap

The day started in a session with Freddy Kristiansen.  This session was about the all new multi tenancy, how that is set up and how it affects the application, developement and the user. In all the sessions that touched this subject it was made clear...
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Thursday at NAVTechDays 2013

Today started early as the bus waited outside the hotel to bring us to the conference.  After looking through the exhibition all attendees sat down to listen to the opening keynote from Michael Nielsen and Thomas Hejlsberg from Microsoft Developement Center in Copenhagen (MDCC). The...
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Pre-Conference day at NAVTechDays 2013

Just finished the first day at NAVTechDays 2013.  This was a day where I would have liked to be able to be in three places at once. Claus was going through reporting and I missed that. Vjeko was going through .NET interop and I missed...
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Seattle testdrive

Came here to Seattle last Thursday on a holiday with my family. Nice practise for the MVP Global Summit next month. It will be exciting to visit Microsoft headquarters for the first time and see what is on the horizon. Will see some of you...
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