I have added some features to the very simple tool (which was born to launch only XML), they are simple but they can be useful.
Delete Data from Tables
ALL Sessions Killer
XMLPort Runner LOG
In the journey of upgrading between the Dynamics NAV old platform and the new ones, we have had 3 blogs written before:
Best Practices Tips and Tricks for Upgrading to Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 or Dynamics NAV 2015
Best Practices Tips and Tricks for Upgrading to Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 or Dynamics NAV 2015 Part 2
Best Practices Tips and Tricks for Upgrading to Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 or Dynamics NAV 2015 Part 3
We want to highlight some more points related to upgrading and will share some useful tips.
It’s been a while that I wrote on NAV and automated tests. In the meanwhile I have been teaching a lot all over Europe, and, yes, advocating test automation in NAV. And what did you do since my last post How-to: Run Standard Tests against Your Code? Did you dare and try? And did you also have the time/guts to continue with it? I know some that did.
With our upgrade to NAV 2016 from NAV 2009 R2 many new things came available to us at The Learning Network, formerly known as Van Dijk Educatie. Technical improvements like the performance of the service tier, which was one of the major reasons for wanting to leave behind NAV 2009. But of course, next to a vast number of functional features, also the availability of PowerShell cmdlets, upgrade codeunits and test automation.
The best news sometimes go silent, and the newest release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV has just proven this claim.
Ladies and gentlemen, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 comes shipped with full set of application test toolkit, that you can use to test your customizations against regression issues.