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Deferral of Income & Expenses in Navision

Introduction: Microsoft Dynamics NAV allows you to set up deferrals of income and expenditure. These allow you to post transactions into a particular month but then spread the financial effect over a number of periods in a way you can specify. This article explains how to set up and use this functionality. Set up: First, you need … Continue reading Deferral of Income & Expenses in Navision

Creating a Control Add-in using Javascript and calling it in AL.

Introduction: In NAV 2017, control add-ins were called through .NET code which is imported as .ZIP files. With NAV 2018 .NET is not supported in extensions. Thus we’ve to perform the following steps to make a Control Add-in in Javascript. Pre-requisite: 1. NAV-2018 2. VS Code Procedure: Create a Startup script as start.js: Startup scripts … Continue reading Creating a Control Add-in using Javascript and calling it in AL.

Setup multiple No. Series for a single field in NAV

Introduction: This blog shows how multiple number series are to be set up for a single field in NAV. The number series has to be setup dynamically on Assist-Edit of the page. Pre-requisite: NAV 2017 Demonstration: 1. Create a No. Series : Create a number series in the No.Series and then create a relationship. 2. Create … Continue reading Setup multiple No. Series for a single field in NAV

Error resolution to the error “You are not authorized to sign in. Verify that you are using valid credentials and that you have been setup as a user in Microsoft Dynamics NAV”

Introduction: When we restore the SQL database from one server to the other server and when we launch the Microsoft Dynamics NAV RTC, we the error “You are not authorized to sign in. Verify that you are using valid credentials and that you have been setup as a user in Microsoft Dynamics NAV”. This blog … Continue reading Error resolution to the error “You are not authorized to sign in. Verify that you are using valid credentials and that you have been setup as a user in Microsoft Dynamics NAV”

Commands to Create .bacpac file from Azure SQL to SQL Server

Introduction: This topic explains how to export a Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition database from an environment that is based on Microsoft Azure. Steps: 1. Create a duplicate of the source database. <“CREATE DATABASE MyNewCopy AS COPY OF axdb_mySourceDatabaseToCopy”> To monitor the progress of the copy operation, run the following query … Continue reading Commands to Create .bacpac file from Azure SQL to SQL Server




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