Masking out Context: In the user interface (UI) of a software system, the user enters protected information such as a password, an access key, a credit card number etc.
The Dynamics NAV product line has always aimed at providing user-friendly solutions to the users, so that this out-of-the box product would require minimum hours of training for the organization staff. However, in earlier versions of Dynamics NAV, this was not yet robust enough due to the programming limitations of Classic Client.
New functions are appearing in M all the time, many with no announcement or documentation. I came across Text.Format() the other day and I thought it was worth blogging about because I can see a lot of uses for it: it makes it very easy to insert values into a piece of text.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV reports, starting from version 2013, contain multiple ways of storing captions and text constants to handle multilingual reports. There are certain types of reports which are printed cross-language. E.g., multiple sales invoices can be printed in several languages, depending on the customer they are issued for. These reports usually contain code, which dynamically switches between languages during the runtime of the report as follows:
While doing an upgrade from NAV2009R2 to NAV2015 I found that the powershell cmdlet Split-NAVApplicationObjectFile was very slow (took more than 12 hours to run).
Maybe because of the setup of the virtual machine I was working on, but that’s why I decided to make this small Powershell script that will export all selected objects as separated txt files, using the same naming convention as the Split-NAVApplicationObjectFile function.
Bron : Remco Reinking