Compilation error for Reports

In a brand new installation of Dynamics NAV 2016 CU2 I am getting errors when compiling reports. After selecting to close the program I get this error Details in the code section below. [crayon-59545f86595fc692498408/] I did some digging and ended in a page describing a known...
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Updated Hardware Hub Twain Client

The Hardware Hub Twain Client has been updated.  For more details on that solution read posts tagged with twain on my blog. The updated version should make is easier to understand what is going on and how the scanning process is going.  By ticking in...
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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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Potential hole in handling default dimension

Since NAV 2013 we have been using Dimension Set instead of the Dimension Entry tables.  One of the function that was changed was GetDefaultDimID in Codeunit 408. In NAV 2009 and older this would return a set of dimension for any of the dimension entry...
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Instance and Tenant Administration

Managing Dynamics NAV Instances and Tenants is not for everybody.  We have a lot of poeple used to NAV and capable of installing the old versions.  When the middle tier was introduced the setup became more complex.  Now you can’t simply add a database, connect...
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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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Localized views removed from NAV 2013 R2

In Dynamics NAV 2009 and older we had an option to maintain views in the database.  Activating this caused NAV to create a view for each language and every table in the database. This is a useful thing if you are building BI on top of...
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