Today I would like to talk about how to limit max file size for uploading attachment in Business Central.
In the FactBox on most cards and documents, you can attach any type of file, containing text, image, or video, to a card or document.
In the previous blog post about a PDF viewer for Business Central, I promised to come back with some tips. Here is tip #1: how to get full control over the size of a control add-in.
Final code of this example can be found on GitHub.
Control add-in example
Let’s first look at a very simple example with no size settings at all and then gradually take over control over it’s length and width.
Opinion is split over Power BI’s ability to automatically create Date hierarchies in your model. Personally it drives me mad and I always turn it off, but I know a lot of people love the convenience of it. Whatever your feelings, though, it is important to be aware of the problems it can cause with the size of your model.
I am not sure about the article that i am writing that i Should Write it or not. The area that i am about to discuss is something where i am a newbie and would like to explore the area.
The Reason behind article was something asking a query about database size based on keys.
Maybe a disk drive is starting to get full. Maybe backups take too long to run. Whatever the reason, sometimes it’s nice to know what is using up all of that database space. There are two ways to figure out which tables are to blame – one is from inside Microsoft Dynamics NAV, and the other is using SQL Server Management Studio.
Some nice questions & posts
– What is formula to calculate how much RAM is required for NAV Server? And for NAS and Web services?
– And can you somehow set the maximum limit of memory that the NAV Server service can consume?
– Is there any official documentation about NAV 2013 hardware calculation?