When reading the post of my fellow MVP Luc van Vugt I was feeling like ‘Ah, that’s very familiar’. He was struggling with installing two versions of the NAV Help Server side by side. And apparently, when looking at his … Read More »
The official NAV 2015 release is available and that means that a new version of the Dynamics NAV Image Library can be released. This time I have redesigned the Image Library so that it contains all images from NAV 2009 … Read More »
If you have already downloaded and installed NAV 2015 you should take a look at the Add-ins folder of the Windows Client. With NAV 2013 R2 we are used to an Add-ins folder that contains about 20 folders. But with … Read More »
Tonight I had an issue with a NAV server that failed to start with the next error message: Server instance: DynamicsNAV71 The service MicrosoftDynamicsNavServer$DynamicsNAV71 failed to start. This could be caused by a configuration error. Detailed error information:System.ServiceModel.AddressAlreadyInUseException: HTTP could … Read More »
Today I received an email from Microsoft that I have been awarded as Dynamics NAV MVP for the second time.
This week, one of our customers reported a performance problem with Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. The symptoms were an unresponsive system and users unable to login. After some investigation, it turned out that the server was using serious memory: up … Read More »
In my previous post I demonstrated an option to add a background to a PDF file after it has been created. The external library iTextSharp that I used in this example does the job in an excellent way. However, there … Read More »
One of the improvements with RDLC reporting in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is the possibility to save a report directly to PDF instead of using a so called PDF printer driver. This can be done by calling the REPORT.SAVEASPDF function (see … Read More »
Three weeks ago I released the NAV 2013 R2 Image Library. When I explored the images in NAV 2013 R2, I discovered a new image type: Tile images.
The NAV 2013 R2 was shipped a few weeks ago, and the look and feel has drastically changed, compared to the RTM version. It has a flattened interface, which adheres to the new UI standards of Microsoft. Questions were raised … Read More »