Publish, Raise and Subscribe

Publish, Raise and Subscribe Something about NAV Events (Integration & Business Events)….  Some Definitions of: “Publishers & Subscribers” “A publisher” exposes hook-points in code or processes that other partners or sub-systems can leverage. ISVs and Microsoft are the typical providers of published events, but not necessarily the only providers. Events are raised through explicit function calls, or raised implicitly by the […]

TryFunction – .NET Exception Handling in C/AL

Abstract “When there is a need to use .NET classes within C/AL, one of the main challenges is to handle the exceptions the methods of these .NET classes may throw. Eventually, if not handled, they will basically bubble up as runtime errors, halting the current operation a user is doing without having a chance to properly display errors in a […]

“Save money replacing reports with cues or filtered lists Dynamics NAV” … nice post by Peik !

… nice post by Peik ! … it’s also my core philosophy during training sessions… “use CUE and Filteres Lists (and multiple NAV Views!)” instead of lot of reports! …new Peik’s book is coming soon: “RoleTailoring Microsoft Dynamics NAV” Source: Save money replacing reports with cues or filtered lists in Dynamics NAV – Aphorisms about Microsoft Dynamics NAV Post Views: 1,079

Roberto Stefanetti on MS Dynamics NAV Guru

MS Dynamics NAV Guru “A Tribute to all Dynamics NAV Gurus like MVPs and Others”  …nice blogs aggregator!!!   Blog http://msdynamicsnav.guru My Page http://msdynamicsnav.guru/wp/category/roberto-stefanetti Post Views: 1,083

Azure “GoUp and Goto Sleep” Maintenance Scripts

Azure “GoUp and Goto Sleep” Maintenance Scripts Below two simple scripts to Startup & Shutdown Azure Virtual Machines; you can use these samples scripts with “Azure Scheduler Agent” to reduce costs using “pay for use” Azure subscriptions. ** STARTUP VM ** workflow startup-vm { $Cred = Get-AutomationPSCredential -Name ‘My Scheduler’ Add-AzureAccount -Credential $CredInlineScript {     Select-AzureSubscription -SubscriptionName “My Subscription Name” $VMS […]

Office Online vs. Office 365: What’s free, what’s not, and what you really need | PCWorld

“Free Office Online is a great deal, but paying for an Office 365 subscription gives you some hard-to-beat perks. We’ll help you decide which way to go.” Sorgente: Office Online vs. Office 365: What’s free, what’s not, and what you really need | PCWorld Great Post by Tony Bradley ! Post Views: 1,012

First 10.000 Visits on my new blog. Thanks !

First 10.000 Visits on my new blog. Thanks ! Thanks TO ALL VISITORS! … a lot of visitors during DIRECTIONS EMEA, @NAV 2016 launching days. below some stats about new blog  (4 months of livetime only… a lot of Countries & people)   About my old NAV Blog (NAV 3.60 to NAV 2013)    … that is actually active & Running! […]

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