Last weekend it was time for me to brew up a strong coffee, clear my schedule and upgrade our Dynamics NAV database from 2016 to 2018. This was a big operation for me and many colleagues as we also upgraded to SQL2017 and Windows server 2016.
Since the advent of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in November 2016, NAV Development Team worked hard to move from the old Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 SDK (7.0) to the shining latest one from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 (8.2).
Moving from the old SDK to the new one, required not only platform changes but also a deep code review. In this blog, I am trying to explain what is changed within latest versions and cumulative updates and also which tables are allowed to be integrated as entities within NAV CRM Integration feature.
Deferral accounts, or Prepaid expenses accounts, as defined by Larson, Jensen and Carroll(2002) are asset accounts. These deferral accounts contain payments made for assets to be used in the near future. As these assets are used up, the costs of the used assets become expenses.
As a Dynamics NAV user, you may need to identify who and when someone has modified a Field Value. For example, if you want to record all changes in the Allowed Posting Dates field within in the General Ledger Setup, using the Change Log is ideal. While you can use the Roles and Permissions tool, this only allows for controlling who can make the changes, it does not record which user changed it and when.
Let’s Start with Error Message that system is generating, when we configure Report with Save As Excel in NAS –
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server attempted to issue a client callback to download a file: Book1.xlsx (Codeunit 419 File Management). Client callbacks are not supported on Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server.
I admit .. this is somewhat late in the year to come with this information. But I was searching for marketing material on NAV2016, and came across a list of links to (mainly) PartnerSource that might be useful for you as well, so I decided to write up a quick blogpost.
As such, these are “official” resources for NAV 2016, regarding three topics: