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Reusing classic object-based Help on your Dynamics 365 Business Central Help Server 

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If you are upgrading customers from Dynamics NAV 2017 or earlier versions to the latest version of Dynamics 365 Business Central, then you probably have an existing Help solution for the customized functionality in their old Dynamics NAV solution. However, Business Central does not support the field-based approach to context-sensitive Help that Dynamics NAV 2017…Read more

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Where did my Dynamics 365 Business Central Document View in Outlook go? 

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With the newest version of Outlook clients, the Outlook team has changed the way add-in manifest files specify their contextual rules for matching text within the body of the email. This change rolled out in requirement set version 1.5, which is used by the latest version of the Outlook 2016 desktop client as well as…Read more

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Power BI apps for Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV 

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The following changes apply to the Power BI content packs that were available for install from powerbi.com and have no impact on any existing Power BI reports that you have installed or published on your own. Starting September 1, 2019, content packs are no longer supported on Power BI online. At this point, updates to…Read more

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Windows Server 2019 and Dynamics NAV 

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Windows Server 2019 was released in October 2018 with many new and interesting capabilities. For further information, please take a look at the What’s New information at this location: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/get-started-19/whats-new-19. Over the last few months, the Dynamics SMB team has been testing compatibility with this new version of Windows Server, and we are now proud to…Read more

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Cumulative Update 14 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 has been released 

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Cumulative Update 14 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. The cumulative update is intended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you are advised to always keep your solution updated with the…Read more

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 are compatible with Microsoft Office 2019 

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We are happy to announce compatibility between Microsoft Office 2019 and the following versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Office 2019 is available in a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version. The recommended version of Office 2019 in combination with Dynamics NAV is 32-bit,…Read more

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Cumulative Update 13 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 has been released 

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Cumulative Update 13 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. The cumulative update is intended mainly for solutions that are experiencing the problems described in the Knowledge Base article linked to below. However, you are advised to always keep your solution updated with the…Read more

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Find the source files for Dynamics NAV Help in GitHub 

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With Dynamics NAV 2018, we invite you all to join us in GitHub where you can pick up content to customize, extend, or suggest changes to. Find the right repo For practical reasons, we have a lot of different repos in GitHub to support our various languages and target audiences. We hinted at it when…Read more

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How to get OData URLs with company names that contain forward slashes 

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Customers who want to consume Dynamics NAV data with OData in Microsoft Excel and have company names such as CRONUS A/G or CRONUS Danmark A/S may find it difficult or result in an error. When connecting to an OData feed from Excel, this does not work unless you don’t specify a Company Name in the…Read more

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