Business Central Breaking Changes

Business Central Breaking Changes For Business Central SaaS Customers, it may happen that Microsoft sends a message like this, concerning the fact that the extensions installed will not be compatible with the next scheduled update (for example from v.14 to version v.15 Business Central Release Wave 2). Microsoft (to date) reports that the extensions installed, … Read more

Technical Upgrade MSDYN365 On-premise v14 to v15 (Release 2019 Wave 2)

Technical Upgrade MSDYN365 On-premise v14 to v15 (Release 2019 Wave 2) SCENARIO: “Convert a database and Technical Upgrade from v14 to v15 Release 2019 Wave 2” NOTE: after the installation on the server of the new release of BC, for the first time, two historical components of Dynamics NAV and Business Central will be missing: “Development … Read more

Upgrading to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018, documents updated on Microsoft Docs

The documentation relating to the upgrade to NAV 2018 has been updated on Microsoft Docs, here is what you find on the new “Dynamics NAV 2018 Upgrade” home page. This topic provides an overview of how to upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. The upgrade process depends on different factors, such as the version of … Read more

NAV 2017 Upgrade Error: Invalid column name ‘Session Unique ID’

Invalid column name: ‘Session Unique ID’ error I’ve found some posts on this topic and some info requests in forums, this sync problem has been solved in the latest CUs of NAV 2017, but if someone tries to upgrade NAV to a smaller version of CU 8, the problems may occur (I saw it happen … Read more

“Sync Tables: Force” during upgrade

This post serie (By NAV TEAM Blog) illustrates a lot of best practices\tips & tricks for upgrades, usable up to NAV 2017, as it uses the same paradigms of upgrading / synchronizing table patterns used since NAV 2013 R2. The last part (section 3) is interesting because it concerns using the “Sync Tables Force option” … Read more

Database Conversion for a Dynamics NAV database stored in Azure

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“Top Reasons” to Upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

“Top Reasons” to Upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 .. and NAV 2015/2016 best Features …nice Microsoft official document about “NAV 2016 Upgrade Top Reasons” below. Source: http://qssd.com/images/uploads/MSDNAV2016_TopReasonsUpgrade_Factsheet.pdf   ..another good link bout moving to NAV 2016 top reasons here: 5 Top Reasons to Move to Dynamics NAV 2016 Source http://cybereaglemanagement.com.au/erp/5-Top-Reasons-to-Move-to-Dynamics-NAV-2016 “With the launch of … Read more

Upgrading to NAV 2015 and automation with Powershell

Nice updated pages on MSDN about “Upgrading to NAV 2015 and automation with Powershell Scripts” Upgrade To upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, you must complete the following main steps: 1) Convert the database, 2) Upgrade the code, 3) Upgrade the data  https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271649(v=nav.80).aspx Convert the database https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271650(v=nav.80).aspx Upgrading the Application Code https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn271652(v=nav.80).aspx Comparing and Merging … Read more

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