I have had a couple of requests for help during my live training classes and online training classes on how to build a Six Sigma Control Chart. Now I am not professing to be a Six Sigma black belt, but I do know how to write DAX and I do know how to use Power BI. So here goes. This is what I am going to build.
This post has been long overdue. I’ve had it in my to-do list for nearly four years now, but it always ended up in the not today category. Funny how many times I’ve implemented it already, and how many times I’ve presented this, and I never ever found a few minutes to create a demo repository and a blog to come with it. So, here we go.
In the previous blog post about a PDF viewer for Business Central, I promised to come back with some tips. Here is tip #1: how to get full control over the size of a control add-in.
Final code of this example can be found on GitHub.
Control add-in example
Let’s first look at a very simple example with no size settings at all and then gradually take over control over it’s length and width.
One of major limitations of control add-ins is not being able to define HTML. It seems so unbelievably unbelievable, that anyone looking at it from the outside of the NAV/BC playground may say “obviously, you must be missing something!”. But I am not. The one thing that you would expect to find first when defining a control add-in (and control add-ins in NAV/BC are nothing more than pieces of HTML that live within the allocated area of your browser real estate) is to be able to define the HTML.
Yes, I keep forgetting about “stuff”. First I forget about blogging in general, then I forget how to blog properly. I’ll get it sorted out. Eventually. Solemnly swear. Kind of.
Anyway, my demos yesterday were full of screenshots. Useful stuff. You can copy a screenshot from there, paste it to OneNote 2016, then get the text from picture. Amazing stuff.
This week at UGFocus I brought my Tello Drone to have some fun at the Hackathon. The Tello drone can be controlled with a simple text based command mode through UDP communication.
First up, lets connect to the drone, this requires an UdpClient DotNet instance (Since NAV only support TCP not UDP)
Mobile cross-platform solution for visualizations of Warehouse Management System module of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
•Simple setup process and changing WMS in Microsoft Dynamics NAV
•Create/modify/delete Locations, Zones, Bins, Racks – new functionality
•Fast reorganization of warehouse structure
•User defined functions of selecting bins on location scheme