Currently I’m upgrading a customer from NAV2015 to NAV2017.
During the implementation of NAV2015 the customer has asked me, I they could design there reports themselfs.
And my reflection was, why not.
So as said the customer changed there report layout within NAV with the feature “Custom Layouts”.
A new feature back in NAV2015 but still available in NAV2017.
Now during the upgrade of this customer I ran into some issues when testing the upgraded version.
Every time I try to print a report with a custom layout NAV crashes with no more information.
My next “How Do I” video has been online since April and I didn’t announced it on my blog yet. So, shame on me.
In this video I will show you, how you can create PowerApps with data from Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.
Events are well known in the NAV world today. Everybody is using this very nice feature. Not!?
No more table modifications for validations or extra features when inserting records. Only but advantages from my opinion. But recently I ran into an issue.
I have created a new table with some fields.
Then I created a hook codeunit with 2 functions based on the “OnAfterValidateEvent” trigger.
After everything was tested, the consultant or customer asked me to change the name of some fields. Not just the captions but also the name.
So as ask, I did the changes and compiled everything without an error. Where the fields were used on pages or in CAL everything was updated with the new field name. And it seems that it would work.
But after testing the solution again we ran into some issues. The validations of the fields were gone and no triggers were fired.
And after some investigation I found the problem in the “Event Subscription” page.
Plataan and Microsoft has published last week my first “How Do I” video of this year.
In this video I will show you, how Microsoft Flow can use data from Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.
A while ago Waldo has posted a way to print any document from CAL. Here he showed us how easy it is to print any document with any extension by simple using .NET.
Recently I used this to print merged PDF’s from CAL, but I ran into an issue.
I want to print this PDF’s on a certain printer.
Some products like Adobe cleams to support this by passing some parameters like:
AcroRd32.exe /t path “printername” “drivername” “portname”
But then you are related to specific software and what with the other extensions.
Do you realy want to create separate statements for every extension.
I don’t think so.
Thereby I search for a better way, and here it is.
Why don’t use .NET again to solve this issue.
Instead of passing the printer as a parameter, I will switch my default printer from CAL.