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NAV 2009 – Where is the zup file? 

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In previous versions, all local client settings are stored in the .zup file. In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, this is a bit more complex. This post tries to describe which settings are stored where. In addition to that, with NAV 2009 you may be spending a lot of time looking for files with long folder-names. Read more

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NAV 2009 – New one-stop Launch Portal on PartnerSource 

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One stop Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 launch portal for partners can be found at this link on PartnerSource (login required): Launch Portal for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Follow the portal for: Key Announcements What’s New Readiness and Training Sales and Marketing Materials Events Coming Soon   Lars Lohndorf-Larsen Microsoft Dynamics UK Read more

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NAV 2009 – How to generate charts / KPIs 

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 has a new graphical object type called Charts or KPIs (Key Performance indicators). It is a way to create simple graphical charts, to give a visual overview of key figures. This post describes what you can and cannot do with charts, and it contains some sample code to how you might Read more

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NAV 2009 – Sample C# project to consume a NAV web service 

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This post is a step-by-step guide, how to make a very simple C# project (3 lines of code) to integrate to NAV 2009 via a web service. == Blog updated on 21/01 2009: Line added in the sample code below, to avoid error “Path property must be set before calling the Send method” when making an Read more

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NAV 2009 – How to publish a web service 

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This posts only describes how you can publish a web service in Microsoft Dynamics NAV (which is easy enough), and how you can see what you published. It does not describe how you can actually use this web service. Future posts will describe this. Please note that the features described here are only available in Read more

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NAV 2009 – Simple way to view a page 

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This is probably the tip which has saved me the most amount of time recently. When you just want to run a page in the new client, then you don’t have to modify other pages to include it, or to make links to this page. Just click Start -> Run, and run this: DynamicsNAV:////runpage?page=90055 In Read more

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NAV 2009 – How to – Simple Form Transformation 

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This post describes the simplest possible way to transform a form into a page in NAV 2009. Both Pages and Transformation is documented in more details elsewhere. Here, I just want to make the simples possible example, just to get a simple form transformed into a simple page. Prerequisites: You need to have at least Read more

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Documentation Improvements in the Next Version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 

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Help! Greetings from the Microsoft Dynamics NAV User Education team. We are the team responsible for application and platform documentation, including online Help, the Application Designer’s Guide, and install and config manuals. You’ve made some complaints, and we’ve been listening. Your feedback says that it’s difficult to find the Help information you need, and the Read more

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