Business Central how to invoke a Web Service from Powershell

Business Central how to invoke a Web Service from Powershell How-to re-call a WebService from Powershell (BC On-Premise) Scenario: We already have Web Services defined, with several fields calculated or recovering difficult management data (e.g. dimensions shortcuts etc.), the Web Services are ready and we want to reuse them. We don’t want to redo them, … Read more

Creating new instances of Business Central web servers using PowerShell

Creating new instances of Business Central web servers using PowerShell Although you can use the Business Central Setup to install the Business Central Web Server components and create a single web server instance in IIS for client connection, there may be scenarios when you want to set up multiple instances. For example, you could set … 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

A bit of Powershell

A bit of Powershell With powershell you can do anything, in my case i prefer to use powershell ISE (as already said in previous posts), more comfortable and Visual then Powershell console. The commands are multiple, I report only a few. for the rest I leave the page on Microsoft Docs and the directory on the … Read more

NAV 2018 and related environment best videos

NAV 2018 and related environment best videos Addendum to my course “NAV 2018 What’s New & New Technology – Fast Tracks” https://robertostefanettinavblog.com/2017/11/28/nav-2018-new-technologies-technical-workshop-milano-14-dicembre-2017/ Hi Guys, Since everyone now uses video as documentation to learn new features of a product (or an entire connected environment), I have selected a series of videos related to the topics below. … Read more

Nice scripts to install NAV RTC

Nice scripts to install NAV RTC nice posts on NAVUG by W Mak and Mathew Ealy about this topic. The following batch file can detect and install RTC clients on workstations @echo off wmic product get name,version /format:csv | find “Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 RoleTailored Client,10.0.14199.0” if %errorlevel%==0 ( goto:1 ) else ( goto:2 ) … Read more

“Nice to have” books for the new development environment

“Nice to have” books for the new development environment Hi, while we wait the transition of the new development environment from the preview mode to the final release, I summarize a list of usefull books to read about the topics related to it: Visual Studio Code Visual Studio and ASP.NET Docker Powershell Dynamics NAV These … Read more

How to restart a job in “Error” or “Frozen Completed” status

Sometimes can happen that some recursively scheduled jobs can go wrong or get stuck, you can re-enable them automatically and after consult the log to see errors; it is not a perfect solution but sometimes the error can be a simple error ex: “another user has modified..” etc. This function could be useful for NAV … Read more

NAV 2017 with Office 365 and Sharepoint Integration

Recently i found some questions in Microsoft Dynamics Community about these two topics: Office 365 and Sharepoint Integration with NAV. Some time ago, i talked about Azure deployment, take a look at my old post “ALL” about “Deploying Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Windows Azure” NAV 2015 https://robertostefanettinavblog.com/2015/07/23/all-about-deploying-microsoft-dynamics-nav-on-windows-azure/ ; now i would like to talk about Dynamics NAV … Read more

Load Data into NAV using C/AL and Powershell (SQL From NAV Part I)

Load Data into NAV using C/AL & Powershell   Sample Scenario “Read distributed data from Sql Server and load a data warehouse using NAV C/AL with Powershell integration” If you need to retrieve (and aggregate) data from more than ONE company or from more than ONE database , in NAV you can use “SQL Server … Read more

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