Category: Development

Getting Started with Dynamics 365 Business Central APIs

API (Application Programming Interface) is an interface which allows applications to talk with each other. Simply put, it is more like a website, where you make a call to the server and you get a response from the server.  Dynamics 365 Business Central (D365BC) expose many “ready-to-use” APIs which allows seamless integration experience between other …

Continue reading

Configure Visual Studio Code with Dynamics NAV 2018 (Local Server Installation)

After installing Dynamics NAV 2018 I want to configure Visual Studio Code with Dynamics NAV to use new Development tool.  I already had Visual Studio Code installed on my computer (Click to download Visual Studio Code) so I open up the application. Do not follow Section 01 steps because you will run into issues. Read the Section 02 of …

Continue reading

Install Dynamics NAV 2018 with Modern Development Environment

Microsoft released Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 a few days ago and by now most of you have already downloaded the setup. If you don’t have it already, you can download it by clicking here. In this blog post, I will not go through each step as it is not much different with the installation process compared …

Continue reading

Value ‘-1’ is not a valid value. The following values can be used >=0.

Hi, Recently one of my colleague was trying to copy “Chart Of Account” to “IC Chart of Account” in NAV 2017 using default “Copy from Chart of Account” functionality.  This is a really nice functionality available because within a single button click all the accounts in “Chart of Accounts” get copied to “IC Chart of …

Continue reading

Understanding COMMIT and transaction scope with temporary records within Microsoft Dynamics NAV

If you did not went through the previous post on “Understanding COMMIT and Transaction Scope within Microsoft Dynamics NAV“,  I suggest you to go through it before start reading this blog post.  What do you think about temporary records and transaction scopes?   Most of developers think temporary records are managed as transactions, but it’s not.  …

Continue reading

Use of Virtual Table : Date – Microsoft Dynamics NAV

This blog post is about something powerful but hidden within Microsoft Dynamics NAV. I believe many developers always work with dates over and over during their day-today life and i’m sure many of you have done many functions which convert, split and do all sort of things with date. Saying that many developers does not …

Continue reading

Preview of Dynamics NAV Development Tools – How to get Started

I think most of you know by now already that Microsoft has released new Development preview for Dynamics NAV. If you still not updated on that yet, then refer below link on the Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV In this blog post we are going to …

Continue reading

Preview of Development Tools for Dynamics NAV

Microsoft has deiced to give an early Christmas gifts to the world by introducing new tools to build extensions and apps in and for Dynamics NAV Tool comes in two flavors and both are available in preview from today (21/12/2016). The in-client designer Before talking about it, just have a look at the below gif. I’m sure most of …

Continue reading

Understanding COMMIT and Transaction Scope within Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Have you tried and thought about what is the transaction scope. In this blog post I am going to discuss little bit about transaction scopes and how the transaction scope works within Microsoft Dynamics NAV.  In order to check the simple scope I am planning to use below code. Pretty simple, its just inserting a record …

Continue reading

Modern Dev Experience in NAV

It is a new chapter for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Community!  Microsoft has released new AL language code samples for developing extensions on Dynamics NAV plaform. Thank you Microsoft Dynamics NAV development team for making this a sucess and releasing this early preview.  Take a look at how a simple “Hello, World!” codeunit would look like …

Continue reading