Monthly Archives: September 2016

NAVUG Summit 2016 | Where to find me


Directions US (Sorry, Soren NA) is a wrap and for what I can follow via Twitter it was a great show, even if you don’t like all the messaging (like me) Microsoft did a great job in NAV 2017 and … Continue reading

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NAVUG Summit 2016 | Who Is NAV-Girl


If one thing is true about working in IT, it is the wrong balance between the sexes. If I look at all the classes I’ve been teaching in the last two years I had classes with up to 20 guys, … Continue reading

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My Directions USA Schedule | If I were going…


For me, not being at Directions USA is like missing my daughters birthday. It’s awfull. But since my youngest daughter actually will turn 8 next Monday I had to choose which, yes you can guess, was an easy choice. The … Continue reading

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Grab Your Power License | Create Table 1


Small changes that makes a big difference seems to be the slogan for NAV2017. One of these small changes that have been asked for a long time is to make it easier for partners to upgrade their customers by allowing … Continue reading

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Why SQL Server 2016 Management Studio Understands Navision


I spend a lot of my time in SQL Server Management Studio. I rarely ever run tables anymore from Object Desingner and run most of my data conversions directly in T-SQL. Why? Because it is so much faster, I can … Continue reading

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Directions Town Hall Questions Harvester | Ask Marko and Paul!


Today I got an email from the Directions Planning committee with a request for questions for a Town Hall session at Directions USA 2016. So what would you ask Marko Perisic or Paul White if you had a beer with … Continue reading

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NAV 2017 Extensions | The Debate Ends, I guess ;-)


Before you read this, go grab a coffee and read James Crowters’ blog first and then we start by repeating his conclusions. Conclusions which I agree on. Extensions are not perfect but they have significant potential Over time they will … Continue reading

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How I fell in love with ForNAV


By Mark Brummel, product specialist at ForNAV The project situation When one of my customers asked me to upgrade them from NAV 2009 R2 classic to NAV 2016, I was convinced that we would do all the reports with RDLC. … Continue reading

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