You can use the Data Exchange Framework to manage the exchange of business documents, bank files, currency exchange rates, and any other data files with your business partners.
I gave a talk about the Data Exchange Framework in Dynamics NAV on the 10th of january 2018. The focus of this talk was a business case from my employer, The Learning Network.
I would like to share my slides, the setup and the extension I developed during this presentation. The slides are in Dutch. The important bits are the images.
I have made several enhancements to the Data Exchange Framework in NAV 2016. Previously I wrote about text or a comma separated file import and about access to a local data file when creating a xml/json structure. Both those enhancements are included in the objects attached to this post.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 makes it easier for the system administrators to deploy client-side assemblies for .NET Framework interoperability and client control add-ins on computers that are running the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client or Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment.
Here is the brief description for how to set .NET Framework objects that are instantiated by DotNet variables to target either the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client or Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server. By default, a type is set to target Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server.