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When you deploy ClickOnce for Dynamics NAV 2015, there is an inconsistency related to SQL Server 2014 support tools. The product DVD does have SQL Server installation files in the Prerequisite Components folder: – \Microsoft Report Viewer 2014\ReportViewer.msi – \Microsoft Report Viewer 2014\SQLSysClrTypes.msi The ClickOnce template to be found in the folder \ClickOnceInstallerTools\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics...Read more
On MSDN it is written that the Owner ID field became obsolete and should be removed from specific pages. This means that anyone can start up the Windows Client and configure a Role Center without any restrictions. Reasoning behind this is explained in this small blog posting among a new approach that does give a...Read more
This week I did work on a support case where the partner mentioned that adding an attachment from a stream does not always work. The partner delivered a code unit that we used to further analyze the issue. As it was not necessary to further develop a fix for this, we decided to just post...Read more
Recently our support service received support requests where out of the blue the E-mail logging stopped functioning. The reported error was: This message is for C/AL programmers: The call to member Count failed. Collaboration Data Objects returned the following message: [Collaboration Data Objects – [E_FAIL(80004005)]] NOTE: sometimes the same error pops up E_FAIL with member...Read more
During one of the conferences I attended where I spoke about Outlook Synchronization, the request was to talk about the creation of new entities and extending the solution with new fields. Let’s do this now with a new blog. First of all, you need to ensure you have applied latest patches and fixes. For this...Read more
  Some people asked me to update the original blog posting Outlook Synchronization and baseline implementation for Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 since Microsoft did release Dynamics NAV 2009 R2. Let’s take the opportunity to mention latest news regarding Outlook Synchronization solution in a complete new blog, specifically written for Dynamics...Read more
Resolving conflicts can be configured in the Outlook Add-In. There are four ways of doing this: 1. Replace Outlook items with Microsoft Dynamics NAV records 2. Replace Microsoft Dynamics NAV records with Outlook items 3. Replace older entities with newer ones 4. Replace conflicts manually In this scenario, the end user will have to decide...Read more
Microsoft Dynamics NAV technical support sometimes gets involved regarding request for E-mail logging assistance after an Exchange Server was migrated from old to new hardware or when the original Exchange Server was upgraded to a later release. Starting in Exchange 2007, the underlying OS should be 64-bit which means that new hardware needs to be...Read more