NAV 2009 R2 .Net Interop: using arrays / collections (2)

Remember my post about “.Net Interop: using Arrays and Collections” (not too long ago)? Well, almost immediately i got a comment from Freddy (Kristiansen) explaining that the Dictionary that I used, is actually quite an expensive one.. . It actually uses two collections (one for the key to find the Index, second for the value with that index), which causes for overhead in case you don’t actually need it for your software.

Bron : Waldo’s Blog
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Installing NAV 2009 R2 without Active Directory

Normally you need to have an Active directory server running to use multi-tier of NAV 2009 R2. But in some cases this is not possible or existing. In NAV 2009 R2 we got an new configuration option called ClientCredentialType that is meant to be used over WAN.

Bron : Peter Wibeck’s blog
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Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 System Requirements

I have been asked this question – what are Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 System Requirements? – quite a few times now. And each time (even though, I have answered it previously) I am thinking hard, trying to remember if there is anything different from system requirements for Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1.

Bron : Navisionary
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How does Dynamics NAV validates the Credit Card number for Online Payments

Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 has a new feature called “Online Services” and using this functionality you can accept and process credit card payments in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.This online credit card payment feature automates authorizing credit card amounts at the time of the order and processing the actual charge when the order is shipped and invoiced.

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Configuration mode in NAV 2009 R2 RTC

When RTC is opened in Configuration Mode and changes are made to a profile those changes cannot be reverted in user mode. i.e user cannot see the changes and revert them back.

Using Configuration mode we can restrict users.

To open in configuration mode user must be owner of the profile(need to set the Owner Id).

Bron : NAVfanatic
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