Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Classic Client – How to Set Up the Job Queue

I’m often asked to schedule processes in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. This blog explains how to do so in the Classic Client.

From MSDN:

Job Queues in Dynamics NAV enable you to specify, request, and control when certain processes are run, such as the processing of a report or executing a codeunit. You enter your requests for the execution of a report or a codeunit in the Job Queue Entries window.

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Setting Up SSL for Web Services on Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 and Server 2008 R2

NOTE: For the purposes of this blog, we will be using the port 7047; however, you can use any port configured for your Web Service.

• Existing Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Services
• SSL Certificate installed in Personal Certificates
• Administrative rights to server

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Export captions with Nav 2009

Sometimes there can be a need to export the captions of a nav object, maybe for translation purposes. For that kind of task, there is no nice possibility in NAV. i found a fine solution for this task on Thanks to Duikmeester.
With the attached report you can export the captions of a given table. An export file “export.txt” containing all or a part of the captions (filtered by field no.) is created. The report can also be printed directly.

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Implementing a Simple Extensibility Control in Dynamics NAV 2009

Control add-ins are a handy way to extend the functionality of an ERP system. The release of Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 made developing Role-Tailored client add-ins possible due to the introduction of a client extensibility API. This API uses .NET library resources to connect data with Dynamics NAV.

In this demo we are going to have a look at a simple example of extensibility, a Label control attached to the Notes multiline textbox. The extensible feature that we are going to implement is a font type. Knowing that Dynamics NAV only supports a limited number of fonts, we are going to assign a non-standard font type to our label.

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Scalability: NAV 2009 Classic vs NAV 2013 RTC

Table locked by another user? Sluggish performance? These are just a couple of issues that often make customers think that they have outgrown their Microsoft Dynamics NAV system. After all, that’s the marketing message: Dynamics NAV is for small to medium sized businesses, so it obviously can’t support a large number of users or high transaction volume. I’m here to tell you that’s not always the case.

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 Compatibility with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2

At the time when we released Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, all supported client and server operating systems were tested. However since that time, Windows Server 2012 R2 has become available.

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