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High DPI font scaling in Windows 10 and Dynamics NAV 

According to the Windows scaling issues for high-DPI devices alert, high-DPI font scaling might happen in all applications and result in blurred/squeezed fonts or in scaling printouts when using high resolution monitor like, for example, the latest 4K generation or when working with multiple monitors with different high resolutions. In Dynamics NAV, the component impacted by font...Read more

RDLC Export to Excel: Some hints 

When you build RDLC reports in Dynamics NAV, you can choose between 5 different output types, also known as rendering extensions: Preview (HTML-like, Soft Page-Break) Print (Hard Page-Break) PDF (Hard Page-Break) Word (Soft Page-Break) Excel (Soft Page-Break) Each rendering extension is independent and generated by its own engine, also known as the renderer. In the...Read more

Power BI reports in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations will display no data, blank, or empty if default main account categories are not used 

If you enabled Power BI integration in your Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations system as instructed in the article below, you may notice that parts of the reports do not display data while some do, even though there are transactions in the system and the Power BI reports were not modified by you....Read more

eInvoice for Norway – EHF 

Usefull information round setting up eInvoice (EHF) for Norwegian public sector agencies – setting up the feature in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Setting-up-eInvoice-OIOUBL...Read more

RDLC Report and Performance in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 and 2016 

In a previous Blog dated back year 2014 I have tried to give an overview related to the Out Of Memory exception that you might hit with Microsoft Dynamics NAV RDLC Report with the following versions: 2009 R2, 2013 and 2013 R2. The main focus of my dissertation now is based on the improvement...Read more

Why does converting a report to pre-processing help to resolve timeout issues? 

I assume you are familiar with the below post that contains detailed instructions for increasing relevant timeouts to enable long running reports to execute successfully. How To: Addressing SSRS Session Timeouts (Alternatively Tips to help prevent long-running reports from timing out [AX 2012]) The first recommendation in case of reports which use the Report Data...Read more