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NAV 2009 Tips and Tricks: Save Filtered Lists 

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When you work with lists, you often need to filter them and work with a subset, like customers from Germany or items in Blue location. After you create filters on a list, you can save the filtered list. This is especially useful if you have several filter parameters and you don’t want to create the Read more

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NAV 2009 Tips and Tricks: Customize your Action Pane 

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You can make many customizations to the RoleTailored client Action Pane: You can create your own grouping of key tasks. You can add the actions and tasks you use most to your pages. You can combine those tasks in groups. And, you can change the size of icons so that the most important ones pop Read more

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NAV 2009 Tips and Tricks: Customize the Navigation Pane 

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You can add and delete buttons and lists in the Navigation Pane. 3.  In the Customize Navigation Pane window, click New to create a new button. 7.  Use Move Up, Move Down, and Rename to edit the position and name of the new button. 9.  Browse to the list you want to add. 10.  Click OK. 11.  Read more

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NAV 2009 Tips and Tricks: Change the default filter in fields that take input 

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In fields that take input, such as Sell-to-Customer No., Location Code, or  Address, as you start entering characters, a drop-down list shows possible field values that match the characters you have typed. Typcally, Microsoft Dynamics NAV sets the default filter to the number value in number fields such as Customer No. and to the text Read more

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How to Transform a ListPlus Page Into a FactBox 

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In several places in NAV 2009 SP1, it has been used ListPlus pages in order to display two-dimension matrix. Those ListPlus Pages may be customized in order to be arranged as FactBoxes directly inside a main page (Document, Worksheet, etc.). The main concept of those kind of two-dimensional matrix pages is that they have a Read more

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Bio – David Carlton 

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David Carlton has been part of the CRM Online development team since 2005. While at Microsoft, he has also worked on Windows Media Player and Windows CE. In his spare time, he loves playing in the Microsoft football and ultimate Frisbee leagues. Read more

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CRM Performance Toolkit example code 

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This is part of this post: Bandwidth testing using CRM Performance Toolkit class BandWidthUtilities      {          //all input parameters follow the NetCap command line help – see description by “netcap /?”          public static bool StartCapture(              string path,              string sMbyte,              string sCapFile,              string sFilter,              string sNIC,              string sOffset,              string sTrigStr              )          {              try              {                  string strProgName = Read more

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Bio – Ravindra R Upadhya 

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My name is Ravindra Upadhya and I work with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team in Hyderabad, India. I joined Microsoft fresh out of college in July ’09 as an software developer, engineer, and tester. I currently work in the Email Feature area. Read more

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Bio – Dermot Boyle 

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My name is Dermot Boyle and I work with the Dynamics CRM team in Dublin (Microsoft Ireland Research). I’ve been with MS since 2006 and worked on the international versions of CRM 3 and 4. Before that I marketed myself as an independent developer for a number of years and way before that I once Read more

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