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Control Add-In dll’s files in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 

With Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 there comes one feature in Add-In files area – you do not need manually to copy add-in dll to client: when client doesn’t find it, NAV copies add-in from server. It is very good: If you’ve installed NAV client on some computer, you don’t care about all add-ins, when user...Read more

How to control keyboards events in Add-in 

With Microsoft Dynamics NAV Role Tailored Client we’ve received possibility to add ControlAddIn to any field on page. This opens huge possibilities to extend functionality with own controls. We can create any .Net control with Visual Studio, register it in NAV controls and add it to any field on page by describe control name in...Read more

Memory usage when is used .NET components 

We already had few support request where NAV developers see big memory consumption increase when using .NET component.Especially when method is inside some loop.Like in this sample:   FOR count := 1 TO 10000000 DO BEGIN        varDOTNET :=varDOTNET.DotNetObject();        varDOTNET.SetValue('par');        CLEAR(varDOTNET);   END;   Even it looks like we create variable and then clear it – we can...Read more

Presence Control Add-In in Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Lync 

Some may have seen this Add-In somewhere already as it has been around for some time. This is a high level explanation to how it was actually done. First thing to mention here is that the base for this Add-In is a publicly available sample of Presence Controls intended for Office Communicator 2007. You can...Read more

Let NAV PLAY! (Media Play… of course) 

In this blog you will find the source code in order to implement a client add-in based project with Windows Media Player. You would have a wide range of possibilities to use this simple add-in and enlarge this project on your own. If you want to know more about client add-ins you can refer to...Read more

Let NAV Speak (with a Simple and Useful Client Add-in) 

In this blog you will find the source code (below) to “let NAV speak.” You would have a wide range of possibilities to use this simple Add-in and enlarge this project. If you want to know more about Client Add-ins you can refer to this MSDN link: Extending the RoleTailored Client Using Control Add-ins and...Read more

Simple! Client Extensibility example 

There is a number of posts and articles that show what you can really achieve with Client Extensibility in NAV 2009 SP1. This post goes the exact opposite way, to show the simplest possible example of a Client Extensibility add-in which includes callbacks between RTC and the Add-In, both ways: In Visual Studio, add references...Read more

More Charts 

This is a follow up to this post: Using Client Extensibility in NAV 2009 SP1 to create Charts News in this post are: 2-series line charts. For example showing number of new Orders and Quotes for the last 10 days: Doughnut charts have been shined up a bit to make them look better:...Read more