Posted on May 29th, 2013 by kriki
What problem do we want to solve?
A partner has multiple databases (at least 1 per customer) and wants to use, at the same moment, the developer license for development and also the customer license for testing. At the moment, this is quite difficult to do (except creating multiple databases).The same problem is at the customer […]
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Posted on July 30th, 2012 by kriki
Ever done that for 1 database? Thatâ€™s easy. Just change the fin.flf in your DB server subdirectory. You don’t even need to restart the service.
Ever done that for 100 databases? That’s easy too. See my previous point, you just need to do that 100 times.
What do you say? You don’t want to? Well, neither do […]
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Posted on September 13th, 2011 by kriki
You probably know that it is possible to import NAV2009+ objects into a NAV 50SP1. At least if your 50SP1 has build 30488 or more recent.
But what you maybe don’t know is that there can be a problem anyway.
I had the following error:
There are errors in the text conversion (text no. 165-205 does not exist […]
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Posted on May 9th, 2011 by kriki
You have a field in a table that has property Editable=No and you want to edit it. What do you do?
You go to object designer. Search the table. Design the table. Change the editable-property to Yes.
Wrong! Wrong! Wrong!
There is a better way! Way better!
You go to object designer. Create a new form. Put on the […]
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Posted on January 25th, 2011 by kriki
If you need to do something that smells like administrating NAV and you have little experience, this book is a very good start. Instead of searching through (and inside) all the pdf’s on the installation CD or googling/binging/yahooing blogs/white papers/articles all over the internet, you have all the basic information TOGETHER(!) in 1 book!
It won’t […]
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Posted on December 16th, 2010 by kriki
It took some time to finish the book, but I really have little time to read lately.
After reading the book, I am still as far as before reading it about be able to cook
But at least I did learn some other things!
For the C/AL beginners (after reading the w1w1adg.pdf !) it gives some […]
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Posted on February 17th, 2010 by kriki
Maybe you ask: what title did he invent now? It has nothing to do with NAV or SQL
Oh, yes! It is about both!
Here it comes.
The crime scene: NAV2009 classic client with NAV Jobqueus that launches a job in a Webservice and goes on with other jobs (thanks to ara3n for his blog that helped me […]
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Posted on August 26th, 2009 by kriki
A little trick for all codefields on which there is a tablerelation to a table (Customer No., Vendor No., Items No.,…).
You can always use F6 to select the value you want but there is a shortcut:
For example: you have all your customers coded by “C000001″..”C999999″ and you know the code of the customer (e.g. “C000013″, […]
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