Tag: Development

Make the New Developer Tools available on a local machine

On Twitter, Mark Brummel was wondering on how we would be able to get this wonderful new DEV environment locally, to be able to play with whenever we don’t have an Internet Connection. Well .. by coincidence, I had been trying to wrap my head around that a few weeks ago .. but never wrote …

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PowerShellGet & waldo’s PowerShell Modules

Since Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, the VM images that Microsoft (Freddy) makes available on Azure, contains the PowerShellGet module. Freddy mentioned that in one of his blogposts about the Azure images. For me this was quite new, but sounded interesting, so I looked into it. What is “PowerShellGet”? Well, PowerShellGet is a module that is …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2017/01/17/powershellget-waldos-powershell-modules/

New Developer Experience Preview available!

For all us NAV developers, Christmas comes early this year. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Team had promised us a preview on the New Development Experience .. and they delivered. It is available from today! All you need to know to start is documented in their blogpost. It is useless to just repeat what is in …

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Automate downloads of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Cumulative Updates

Yesterday, I blogged about the availability of the first Cumulative Update of NAV 2017. In that post, I talked about the fact that Microsoft recently changed the place where to download them. This also means the way of automating the download had to be changed. In fact, the PowerShell function that was part of my …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/12/09/automate-downloads-of-cumulative-updates/

The most popular “Hello World” sample ever!

The new development environment that Microsoft is working on for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Extensions, is a hot topic for us NAV developers. If you didn’t hear about it, well, it has been discussed over the various conferences during the last “conference season”, and Arend-Jan blogged about it extensively. Very recently, Microsoft released a sneak preview …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/12/07/the-most-popular-hello-world-sample-ever/

NAVTechDays 2016

This weekend, while preparing for NAVTechDays .. I realized I haven’t even blogged about it. And I’m ashamed about it. THE best conference for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Developers in the world. And I forget to blog about it. Let’s make this right NAVTechDays 2016 is just around the corner! Next week, from 15-18th of November, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/11/08/navtechdays-2016/

How I upgraded to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

We recently upgraded successfully our product to NAV2017. In fact, one day after the actual availability of the Belgian download, we had our upgraded product ready. As promised, here is a short post about the challenges we faced during the upgrade. Probably not all challenges are represented here .. and I might have had issues …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/11/07/how-i-upgraded-to-microsoft-dynamics-nav-2017-2/

NAV 2017: All Published Events

A while ago, I posted all published events for NAV2016. Now, with the release of NAV2017, let’s do the same for this version. I’m using the same tool as last year to analyze code. This assures that I can get a lot more than just the subscribers – like last time, I get: Which events …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/11/04/nav-2017-all-published-events/

Merging NAV Versionlists to NAV 2017 – Updated PowerShell functions!

Soon will be the release of NAV 2017. And I assume you are going to want to upgrade to it. :-).  Let me save you from one upgrade-caveat .. A while ago, I blogged about merging VersionLists with PowerShell. It shows a solution on how to handle (merge) version lists with PowerShell. Judging from the amount …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/10/24/merging-nav-versionlists-to-nav-2017-updated-powershell-functions/

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Extensions – What steps to take (3/3)

Last blog of the “My-view-on-Extensions” series. If you haven’t read the previous ones, here you can find both: Microsoft Dynamics NAV Extensions – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Microsoft Dynamics NAV Extensions – Concerns So, after you struggled through these previous two posts .. what do I think we should do now .. . Well, before I …

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