One of my most popular blog entry is the one about Json. I have also had some questions outside this website about this topic.
This week I got a task. We need to communicate with a payment service that uses REST web services and Json file format.
Finally. Not quite, but still – finally! We finally get the first public glimpse of future of AL code writing, courtesy of Microsoft Dynamics NAV development team.
As you might know, Microsoft is working around the clock to enable new kind of programming for NAV: using Visual Studio Code instead of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment.
I just experienced a case where Client want to see a common list Page in NAV where he can see a data which is basically a combination of multiple Tables. Though it’s achievable in NAV but you need to write a bulky code on the page which eventually turns off the Performance.
Since end of October, the latest release of Microsoft’s ERP solution Dynamics NAV 2017 has been available. Many of the new features help to simplify users’ daily work with the system – including in financial accounting. Particularly significant new features include a new PayPal link in invoice documents and the upgrading of the OCR service which was introduced in the 2016 version.
What do you do if you have to update the price of your entire warehouse? Or if one vendor has decreased a specific item by a certain amount? You could manually go through and update every item, if you had endless time on your hands. Or, you could use the Adjust Cost/Price Function in Dynamics NAV.
Starting with NAV 2015 there is an easier way to migrate data between old and new structures of NAV tables.
From msdn excerpt, the upgrade codeunits role is to provide “the logic for migrating existing data in the business data table from the old format to the new format after schema synchronization”.
The Physical Inventory Process is a fairly straight-forward function within Dynamics NAV with most companies adding their own specific nuances to meet the unique needs of their company. In this latest installment of our NAV Coffee Break video series, Gwen provides a foundation of the process.