We’ve released an update of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Developer and IT Pro Help to MSDN and the Microsoft Download Center. This release includes new and updated content in the following areas:
- Added new topics and updated existing topics about using Automation with the RoleTailored client.
- Improved Automation walkthroughs
- Arranging Page Fields in Rows and Columns
- Added topics about how to use the FixedLayout control to arrange page fields in rows and columns.
- Multilanguage Functionality
- Updated the topics about developing multilanguage-enabled applications and installing language modules.
- FIND and FINDSET functions
- Added information about when to use the FIND function and when to use the FINDSET function.
- Code Rules in Form Transformation
- Updated existing topic to fix examples and improve clarity.
- Redesigning Matrix Forms for Form Transformation
- Updated topics to reflect the new redesigned matrix forms in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1.
- Added a new walkthrough with details about how to redesign a matrix form.
- Web Services
- Added numerous clarifications and enhancements, including a new Web Services Programming Tips topic
- Best Practices Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
- Added references in two topics for this new diagnostic tool, which identifies configuration issues that might be preventing your three-tier deployment of Microsoft Dynamics NAV from working correctly and is available separately as a download.
- Configuring Access Control Lists with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Web Services
- Added information to clarify best practices when configuring Web services to use SSL, configuring Web services to use delegation, or configuring Web services to use both SSL and delegation.
Some of these updates are based on feedback that we received from the community. We love hearing from you about how we can make the Help even better! We encourage you to continue to use the feedback link at the bottom of each page in the CHM, or use the Ratings and Feedback form on each MSDN page to tell us what you think.
– Bob, Jill and John (the writers for NAV Developer and IT pro Help)