Category: Microsoft Dynamics 365

Welcome to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

The long wait is finally over. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 is now available for download.  You can now download Dynamics NAV 2018 by clicking here Please provide your feedback with a comment. Thank you and Regards,Tharanga Chandrasekara

Check Dynamics NAV license from RTC

In order to check the current uploaded Microsoft Dynamics NAV License from RTC environment please follow below steps.  01. Open RTC Environment. 02. Click on the white arrow in the top left corner of the client. (Refer below image) 03. Go to Help – > click on “About Microsoft Dynamics NAV” 04. “About Microsoft Dynamics NAV” …

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New Release Date of Dynamics NAV 2018 and future of Dynamics NAV

It is a good news for all the Microsoft Dynamics NAV partners and for new customers who were waiting for Dynamics NAV 2018 on-premise version.  The release date of Dynamics NAV 2018: The wait is finally over and Marko Perisic announced in Madrid last week that we will have the published Dynamics NAV 2018 on …

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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 …

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Internal error 52033 in module 93

Hi,  During last week I was upgrading a 4.0 DB to NAV 2017. While opening the database from Microsoft Dynamics Classic Client, I got below error message.  ————————— Microsoft Business Solutions-Navision ————————— Internal error 52033 in module 93.  Contact your dealer if you need assistance. ————————— OK    ————————— In order to resolve the error, …

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Quick Fix : OLE control or Automation server identified by GUID-{F9043C85-F6F2-101A-A3C9-08002B2F49FB} not found

If you are working with a version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, then most probably you might be familiar with below error message.  This message is for C/AL Programmers: Could not create an instance of the OLE control or Automation server identified by GUID-{F9043C85-F6F2-101A-A3C9-08002B2F49FB}. Check that the OLE control or Automation server is correctly installed and registered. …

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Quick Fix : There is no system code page on your computer that matches the code page of the collation for the database.

If you are still using a old version of Dynamics NAV or if you are trying to upgrade old version to a newer version of Dynamics NAV, then you might have a chance of getting below error message when you open up the database from Classic Client.  —————————Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic————————— There is no system …

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Quick Fix : Visual Studio displaying NAV Report Layout as XML

I got this issue with Visual Studio 2015 Enterprise Edition.  Every time I open a Dynamics NAV report layout in Visual Studio, RDLC is rendered as XML file instead of visual layout with all the fields and tool boxes.  How the report layout looks:  FIX : In order to fix the issue you need to …

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March 2017 Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Microsoft has published new Cumulative Updates for March 2017: Please refer below links for more information Cumulative Update 4 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 (Build 15601) | Details  Cumulative Update 17 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 (Build No 48067) | Details  Cumulative Update 29 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 (Build No 48062) | Details Cumulative …

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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.  …

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