In order to exercise in the new NAV Modern Development Environment I thought to implement a comparison of two sorting algorithms directly in Visual Studio Code AL Language: Insertion Sort and Merge Sort.
Most of the sorting examples over the internet are using arrays, but the issue with arrays is they have fixed length that needs to be declared upfront. Of course I didn’t like this even if it is just an example with educational purpose. Or someone maybe will use it also for a real situation, we’ll see.
Bron : Dynamics NAV Team Blog
Today I’ve spent some time in NAV2016 figuring out this error message:
As you know in NAV2016 you can sort on each column even if there is no key and even if it’s a flowfield. So why am I getting this error?
Bron : Mark Brummel
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 introduced the concept of interactive column sorting on list pages such as Sales Lines or the Chart of Accounts. This is a very handy feature, but at times, an errant click can send the data into a sort that you can’t get back to unless you close the page and re-open it. For example, the default Sort on Sales Order lines is “Document Type,” “Document No.,” “Line No.,” and since “Line No.” isn’t by default displayed, you can’t get back to the default sort.
Bron : ArcherPoint
Code fields in NAV very often store numbers: most of the people assume them to be sorted as an integer, but let’s see how NAV deals with a table having one code field as primary key:
Bron : Rebu’s Dynamics NAV diary
Visual studio report designer enables reports to be interactive with its end users. We can let the end users sort data on the report and print it as per their choice.
In this post, I would like to explain how to add interactive sorting capability to your reports in Dynamics NAV.
Bron : Suvidha-blogpost
NAV2013 R2 is about to ship and it contains a bunch of cool new features but one of them I am so entousiastic about I will share it first.
We can, from this release forward, sort on each column in listpages!
Yes, isn’t it amazing? And it works in dropdown lists too!
Bron : Mark Brummel
In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, the process of creating new reports is divided into three phases:
– Defining the data model on which the report is based.
– Defining grouping and totaling for the report.
– Designing the visual layout of the report.
Bron : MSDN