What happens if you compile these 3 commands and you are using the servicetier?
You get this warning twice: “Function ‘EXPORT’ is obsolete for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server.”
Question 2 (Surprised): Twice? Why not three times?
Answer 2: The first line (without the second parameter) does NOT generate the warning! And when running […]
I just read this post: http://mibuso.com/blogs/zenandtheartofcsidedevelopment/2013/02/22/consuming-nav-web-services-using-powershell/.
And I wondered if it was so easy as is looked. So I tried it out and indeed: It was so easy.
Now, I need something a little more complicated: I want to be able to send a parameter (I only need 1!) into the function. And I want to put […]
I was testing a XML-port used as a parameter in a function of a codeunit that was published as a webservice (I hope this is clear!).
Let me rephrase it anyway:
I have a codeunit published as a webservice. In that codeunit I have a function and that function has a XML-port as parameter.
So when I put […]
There is something interesting with R2 that is very useful.
We have a customer where we use webservices and we wanted to send a routine that takes some hours to finish to be run in webservices so the NAS has not do it and the NAS does not wait for the end of the routine. So […]
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 […]
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 […]
-productivity: RTC, action pane, search function (users love this ; there is a search function in Windows 2008/7 and I love that to instead of using the menu), user customization, save template with filters
-technology: SQL Server, WebServices, client extensibility
-time to “clean up”:
–51% replace with standard
–13% in use
–8% need to change
–28% unknown (user: I need that […]
Hands- on labs “WebServices” and “Client Extensibility” both done by Dmitry Chadaev and Vitaliy Lebedev
I really like labs. They are like a kickstart to learn something new.
It started quite badly. For a lab, you need your portable and your portable needs a battery loader and this last one needs a powerplug. When we arrived in the lab, these were missing.
I have done something with webservices before. But all in […]
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 […]