How to Use “Item Type” for Non-Stock Items | ArcherPoint, Inc.


Very useful post by ArcherPoint

ArcherPoint’s Rick Dill shows how to use one of the least known features in NAV, the “Item Type” field on the Item Card.

Source: How to Use “Item Type” for Non-Stock Items | ArcherPoint, Inc.

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Windows 10 and Dynamics NAV, Updated info from NAVTeam


update info

We’ve been validating compatibility between Windows 10 and Dynamics NAV for many months now. Windows 10 became generally available in July, and some of you are eager to start deploying Dynamics NAV on Windows 10.

Dynamics NAV 2016 will be Windows 10 compatible on release. Look forward to that announcement!

We expect to resolve any outstanding compatibility issues for Dynamics NAV 2013, Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, Dynamics NAV 2015 in the cumulative updates that we will ship in October.

Source http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav/archive/2015/08/20/windows-10-and-dynamics-nav.aspx

Comparing PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition and ISO 21500:2013


Comparing PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition and ISO 21500:2013

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Very interesting article from sts.ch about core differences between PMI.org & ISO Project Management thinking.

sts.ch site http://sts.ch/en/certification

Download PDF
http://sts.ch/themes/sts/root/files/7037_EN_Comparing_PMBOK_and_ISO.pdf

UNI (Ente italiano di normazione): UNI ISO 21500:2013 : “Guida alla gestione dei progetti (project management)”  http://store.uni.com/magento-1.4.0.1/index.php/uni-iso-21500-2013.html

Are reports a barrier to your upgrade projects? …run classic reports on RDLC platforms with “ForNAV”


Are reports a barrier to your upgrade projects?

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ForNAV “Reports Made Easy”: “Reports ForNAV makes it really easy to run reports developed for Microsoft Dynamics NAV in C/SIDE (classic mode) on newer versions requiring the RDLC format”

The conversion is done rapidly in three simple steps:

1)      EXPORT current reports

2)      CONVERT using Reports ForNAV

3)      IMPORT to new NAV version, compile and run

Product Links:

http://www.fornav.com/

Our solutions

http://www.fornav.com/why-choose-reports-fornav/

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Microsoft Dynamics Community “How-To”, Help Wiki


Nice “How-To” Help Wiki  “to drive & assist” users into Microsoft Dynamics Community.

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“The Six Right Things”: Getting Started 

Thanks for stopping by the Microsoft Dynamics Community, where you can interact with your peers and Microsoft Dynamics experts. You can get answers to your questions by posting questions in the forums, reading informative blog articles, and watching how-to videos.  This getting started guide will help you quickly get up-to-speed on how to find answers, ask questions, and share your expertise.

  • Join and sign in with your Microsoft Account
  • Search the community
  • Ask a new question
  • Promote good content
  • Help Others
  • Keep the community friendly

Source https://community.dynamics.com/w/help

Welcome & Enjoy !

Testing Best Practices


KSD Consultancy

There is always trade-off between Quality & Quantity of deliverables.

Sometimes small Partners don’t want to invest on resources and time for their deliverables to make big profits.

Sometimes customers are not interested in paying more for their customizations requested, their after they keep investing on recursive fixes for their solutions.

Sometime requirement is not well aligned with Business Logic and the process keeps refining over the time.

Which leads to arguments on Product capability and Partner Quality of work.

Whatsoever may be the reason but before any piece of code is moved to the Production environment should be well tested and accepted by the clients/customers.

Microsoft recommends the following best practices for designing your application tests:

  • Test code should be kept separate from the code that is being tested. That way, you can release the tested code to a production environment without releasing the test code.
  • Test code should…

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Script Search for a string in “all tables” of SQL Server Database


SQL Script

Good & Fast Script to search for a string in “all tables” of SQL Server Database, very useful with NAV Databases too (to find data FAST in each database\company, no C/AL Code or powershell commands required )

link Script Search for a string in all tables of SQL Server Database  (from MSDN Script Center)

by Sorna Kumar Muthuraj

Great.

Dynamics NAV 2016 Beta Agreement and Rules


Dynamics NAV 2016 Beta Agreement and Rules  (Limited Beta available for partners)

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NAV 2016 Beta request link:  https://connect.microsoft.com/site687/Downloads

 

Some people have asked me what the rules \ limitations of using the limited beta; Below some info about Public Limited License rules.

Agreement & Rules for “Pre-Release Programs” (Microsoft Connect)

Microsoft Public Limited License
“Sample code” without contract license (only Beta Agreemnen), Software is “AS IS” for Testing.

“Best Practices\Rules” for Confidential Usage (DOGMA)
– NO False Identity
– NO Sharing info & files with others
– NO Photos, Posts & Comments (good & evil)
– NO Documents Sharing
– NO Copyright & Law violation

Conditions and Terms
https://connect.microsoft.com/terms.aspx

Community “Conduct” Rules
http://www.microsoft.com/communities/conduct/default.mspx

Enjoy your Beta !