Monthly Archives: September 2013

Dynamics C5 2014 | Welcome MiniApp


Dynamics C5 2014 | Welcome MiniApp Ok, I guess it is officially announced now as you can read in Erik’s post. http://dynamicsuser.net/blogs/admin/archive/2013/09/23/welcome-to-the-microsoft-dynamics-c5-2014-users-and-professionals.aspx Although it is hard to find english content and many people probably have questions, let me share what I … Continue reading

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NAV2013R2 | Interactive Sorting


NAV2013R2 | Interactive Sorting NAV2013 R2 is about to ship and it contains a bunch of cool new features but one of them I am so entousiastic about I will share it first. We can, from this release forward, sort … Continue reading

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TIP #35 | Using Queries in Pages & Reports


TIP #35 | Using Queries in Pages & Reports This post is an extention of the post I did yesterday about Queries and performance. As I said Queries deserve more attention. Unfortunately this is another post about what Queries cannot … Continue reading

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Table vs. Query | Performance Battle


Table vs. Query | Performance Battle NAV2013 introduced the Query object. Frankly I think that this new object type deserves more attention from bloggers. We have been nagging Microsoft for years to deliver this and now it is there and … Continue reading

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NAV Design Pattern of the Week | MSDN


As you might have read in Waldo’s blog post “Code is Poetry” there is an internal project within Microsoft about Patterns. The PRS team was invited to join and a few weeks ago we had a meeting discussing their findings and … Continue reading

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Join me at Directions Emea | Vienna


This weekend and part of previous weekend were centered around preparing presentations for Directions Emea 2013 which starts tomorrow (September 2nd) in Vienna Austria. It’s going to be very exiting this year. Microsoft has some major announcements to do what … Continue reading

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Directions EMEA 2013 | “In” Office 365 and “On” Azure


Back home for a day after Directions EMEA I am stil Baffled from what happened in Vienna. Even though I warned everyone in my previous post. As my PRS “partner in crime” Gary already posted last monday Microsoft has announced … Continue reading

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