Visual Studio Code lets you perform most tasks directly from your keyboard as well as utilize code templates, known as snippets, to drastically increase the speed of your work. In this article, I will outline how to modify and create your own shortcuts and Visual Studio Code snippets to suit your workflow and save you some time spent on repetitive tasks.
In NAV is possible to save and publish filtered pages as VIEWS, this feature was introduced some years ago and is a very useful feature, with this feature users can extract a lot of information, you can retrieve filtered data in simple way (…reducing reporting effort).
The recent release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 has brought a lot of improvements to the Web Client, one of those being the ability for users to (finally!) do personalization directly in the client. No longer do they need to jump over to the Windows Client for that!
This document is about Profile Configurations and how developers can avoid confusion when working on User Interface(UI) customizations and upgrades. You will learn what Configurations are, on a high level, and how they are stored, how they are created, modified, deleted, imported and exported. You will learn why all upgrades involving RTC(especially “RTC to RTC” upgrades) will involve discussions and analysis focusing on Profile Configurations.