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Effects Server Virtualization Will Have on Organizations

Virtualization is a term that can be applied to different technologies. For example, networks, storage systems and databases can be virtualized. Virtualization has been in IT for a long time, but it has now emerged with its x86-based platforms advantage. The main advantage of virtualization is that a single system has the ability to be […]

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Technical videos for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

The Microsoft Dynamics NAV support team have posted videos on YouTube that illustrate various aspects of deployment and configuration of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, including tips for how to extend the core product. You can share the videos with other…

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Reading and Writing Unicode Files using C/AL

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We have had some partner suggestion for adding Unicode capabilities to the existing Microsoft Dynamics NAV File functions. What we recommend is to use .NET Interop to achieve this functionality.
For example, you can use an instance of the System…

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Writing Unit Tests in C/AL

What is a unit?
A unit is any code that encapsulates an implementation. It could be one or a combination of individual functions or triggers.Thus, a unit could also refer to a local function. A unit, from the C/AL perspective, has the following:

Input…

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Hotfix Overview Pages for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Now Available

Overview pages of released platform hotfixes and application hotfixes for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 are now available on PartnerSource and CustomerSource at the following links:
PartnerSource:

Overview of Released Platform Hotfixes for Microsof…

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How to Get your ERP System Up and Running in No Time

Introducing RapidStart Services for Microsoft Dynamics NAV
If the phrase “IT implementation project” makes your palms sweat and your heart beat faster, this blog entry should be good news. It’s about a new service that we developed a…

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Assembly Management versus Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

As many of you may know, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 includes a new application feature called Assembly Management. It is described as a set of features designed for companies that supply products to their customers by combining components in simple pr…

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Impact of Classic Runtime Stack Removal on Third-Party Tools

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic Client has been renamed to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment. We did this not only because we like long product names but because we want to call attention to the fact …

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Online Help in non English Country releases of Dynamics NAV 2013

In earlier releases, the Online Help in the Classic Client did contain two separate sections:

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic Help
C/SIDE Reference Guide

In a non English country release, that would mean that end users had to deal with two languages i…

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NAV 2013 SOAP Web Services on a multilanguage environment

The policy for SOAP Web Services in NAV 2013 states that they always run in EN-US culture.
In NAV 2009 it was reported a buggy scenario that was solved in build 32558 and upcoming ones (remember)
However after collecting some feedback a workaround…

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