Monthly Archives: August 2016

Directions 2016 Easter Egg | C/AL in Visual Studio Code?


Ok, it is official. I regret not attending at least one of the Directions events. They published their agenda and there is a really nice easter egg that you must search for. When blogging about features that have not been … Continue reading

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Tip #56 | Fix Error : Sorting cannot be done based on the XX field(s)


Today I’ve spent some time in NAV2016 figuring out this error message: As you know in NAV2016 you can sort on each column even if there is no key and even if it’s a flowfield. So why am I getting … Continue reading

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Vote NOW for the NAVUG All-Stars Awards


Ok, let’s forget about Madeira, Extensions and NAV2017 for a blog and focus on what is really important. It’s time to vote who will win this years NAVUG All-Star award and what I love always about NAVUG is the transparency … Continue reading

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Inside project “Madeira” | Why extensions will fail to upgrade too…


If there is one thing I learned from my previous blog post is that a catchy title works. Eventhough it’s early August I have had a lot of emails and comments on my last blog “Dynamics NAV is Dead! Long … Continue reading

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Directions 2016 NAV Conferences


Originally posted on Totovic NAV Blog:
In this moment, we have the final countdown until Dynamics NAV conference season will start. We have 47 days until the opening Directions NA and 64 days until the opening Directions EMEA this year. This…

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Dynamics NAV is Dead! Long live Dynamics NAV!


Directions USA published their agenda today and the agenda for NAVTechDays is getting more clear each week too. What can we learn from these agenda’s? Its all about Extensions, Cloud and Dynamics 365 for Financials aka project “Madeira”. Is that … Continue reading

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