Prior to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, developers had to customize Dynamics NAV to disable posting negative inventory, but in NAV2013R2 Microsoft have starting offering this feature as standard. One can now set up so that outbound posting that brings inventory below zero is blocked. This can be set up per item or for all items. We can put a check mark in Prevent Negative Inventory field, which specifies if you can post transactions that will bring inventory levels below zero.
Are you also annoyed with al those questions and popups Internet Explorer asks, when you work on a virtual machine? I use a lot of VM’s on Azure, for training, demo’s, tests and lately also to try out the new Developer Experience and Development Tools Preview for Dynamics NAV Tenerife.
I saw many people asking how to disable specific keys from Keyboards like for example How to Disable Enter Key , Though I never got this need 🙂 but eventually requirements has no limits hence I decided to find it out and introduce it here in my Blog.
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 re-open it. For example, the default Sort on Sales Order lines is “Document Type,” “Document No.,” “Line No.,” and since “Line No.” isn’t by default displayed, you can’t get back to the default sort.