Monthly Archives: November 2016

Say “Hello World” in AL for Visual Studio Code


The very first piece of AL Code for Visual Studio Code has just gone VIRAL! GitHub admins see above normal forking of this great branch. Check it out and see what our language of the future looks like! Microsoft starts … Continue reading

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NAV2017 | Why is it so damn fast!


This week after NAVTechDays I started upgrading one of my more complex customers to NAV2017. We have several reasons to do this. #1 – Outlook Add-In Eventually we want to use the Outlook Add-In for a project next year to … Continue reading

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NAV 2017 | Download (seems to be) fixed


When Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 was released a few weeks ago there were some issues with downloading. Some MVPs have blogged workarounds. The issues were related to the FTM (File Transfer Manager). This Microsoft website explains the issue. Good news … Continue reading

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NAV2017 ApplicationArea | The Mistery of Disapearing Controls


Last week, before going to NAVTechDays I was asked to teach a ForNAV class in Switzerland. NAV2017 was just released so I decided to use that for the examples. While doing some preparation I ran a few reports and it … Continue reading

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Inside NAV 2017 | Improvement comes with a price


You can’t have everything. Wise men have said this many centuries ago. There is no such thing as absolutely perfect. NAV2017 is a fantastic release and blogpost after blogpost after blogpost you can read everyone is happy and agrees on … Continue reading

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