When you create a new table, page, report, codeunit, query, or XMLport, the elements have IDs that are offset by the Start ID (UidOffset) value that you specify. For example, you can specify a Start ID of 50000 and then create a new page. The first element that you create on the page, for example, a Container control, has ID 50000.
The Rapid Start Services are an often used tool in Dynamics Nav to export and import data. In that posting i show how the Import works using new feature Item Attributes. In that sample i want to import a new Item Attribute Value and a new Item Attribute Value Mapping.
NAV nowadays has many versions from 1.0 to 8.0, various types of client such as Native Client, SQL Client, Development Environment Client, Web Client. As a result, along with your growing business, you have numerous connections. The more customers you have, the more connections you manage. It is painful.
You might remember these blogposts:
I wanted to go a step further. Namely, I wanted to open/run a specific object from PowerShell.
After my sessions during “conference season”, I promised to blog about my scripts. I decided to do this on small pieces of scripts .. and this one is so useful, though I only realised it was useful until I wanted to do a gimmick during a script. I’m actually using it all the time now :-).
You must have seen my blog video “How to Import and Post Opening Balances along with Dimensions in NAV2013 using Rapid Start Services” here.
You can see the Dimensions in Conf. Package tables fields but you cant see Dimensions as fields in Newly created package.
How to add the Dimensions in newly created package table fields?