Category: Development

Why Codeunit 1530 : “Request Page Parameters Helper” ignores my report filters

Hi, Last week I was working on a “Customer Statement” Report in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 database. This report was a copy of the original “Statement” (Report 116). Once the modification was done, I simply change the report selection in the Database and then ran the report using Development Environment.  Applied few filters to the …

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 – Home Page

Hi Everyone, I will be posting blog posts about the newly realeased Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. This page will be the home page for those blog posts. If you need to know anything specific please post them on the commnet section of the blog post. I will be able to look into those and provide …

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Report color code to identify blank rows

Hi, If you have been developing RDLC reports for Dynamics NAV, most probably you might have come across the situations where some blank lines are printing in the body of the report and just a glance you cannot identify from where these lines are coming from.  Very recently one of my colleague asked me to …

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My two cents on Dynamics NAV Extensions

Today morning I was reading few blog posts from Microsoft Dynamics NAV MVPs on Dynamics NAV future. In most of blog posts they have focused on the extensions and freezing Dynamics NAV code. Some of them have talked positive about it and some of them have talked against it.  Even though I do not attend any of the Dynamics NAV conferences due to …

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What is C/SIDE and C/AL

Stands for:  C/SIDE – Client/Server Integrated Development Environment C/AL –  Client/Server Application Language Description. C/AL is the programming language that used within the development environment for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, and the development environment is called as C/SIDE. C/AL is a database specific programming language and it primarily used to retrieve, insert, and modify the records in the dynamics NAV Database. C/AL is …

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