For companies that use Microsoft Dynamics NAV and have employees who need to track time against a job, for service, or for HR, there is a feature that does not typically get attention during the initial implementation or if your company is growing. This blog explains how to set up and use the Time Sheets feature in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018.
Workflows are a list of steps, each step consists of workflow events, workflow condition and workflow responses. Companies require documents to be approved before they can be released or sent to the customers, vendors etc. E.g If a Purchase order has total amount above 10000, an approval may be required from the hierarchy before sending it across the Vendor. here, we use approval workflow
This time around I’d like to step you through setting up a new Web Client instance for Dynamics NAV. If you’re ever in the situation where you have access to the Desktop or ClickOnce Client but the Web Client was not setup for whatever reason, this will guide you through it and it’s very easy to get it setup.
When did adding a check box to the User Setup table become the defacto way of adding custom security to Dynamics NAV? It seems as though this has been the standard for as long as I have been in the industry (over 11 years) and it has just never made any sense to me. Let’s explore some of the reasons why it’s a bad idea to set up security this way and look at an alternative.