Remember the Yahoo directory? There was a time when curated directories were thought to be the best way to find things on the internet. Today, we know this is an impossible task and a model that failed for a couple of reasons. Curated indexes are exclusionary, and they’re time consuming both to maintain and find… Continue reading The benefits of using solutions repositories
In previous versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, if you wanted to add Decimal amounts, you had to either have a SumIndexField defined at the key level so you could use CALCSUM, or you would have to loop through each row and keep a running total. CALCSUMS behavior has been changed in Dynamics NAV 2013 and… Continue reading CALCSUMS, and SIFT, and Addition! Oh My!
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 introduced the concept of interactive column sorting on list pages such as Sales Lines or the Chart of Accounts. This is a very handy feature, but at times, an errant click can send the data into a sort that you can’t get back to unless you close the page and… Continue reading NAV 2015: Column Indenting and Disabling Interactive Sorting
Are you having trouble with web services and seeing a message like: “Index was outside the bounds of the array” in the event viewer? Are you using an Extension codeunit (I’ve also heard them called Helper Codeunits) with a published page in web services? If so, there’s a chance that your extension codeunit contains a… Continue reading Dynamics NAV Web Service Error: “Index was outside the bounds of the array.”
You can view NAV specific development commandlets by launching the development shell. To launch the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Shell, look for either the “Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Shell” or the “Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Development Shell” on the start menu. You will need to have the Development Environment (C/SIDE) option as part of your NAV install. … Continue reading NAV Objects in NAV 2013 with NAV 2015 PowerShell Commendlets