Tag Archive: PowerShell

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/

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/

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/

NAV Upgrade: Import and Compile crashes when NST is running

This is just a small blogpost to mention a few things you need to take into account when you’re working with objects on a large scale – I mean importing, exporting, upgrading, compiling, .. whatever. My scenario I was upgrading a customer from CU3 to CU8. Sure, you might wonder why it took me so …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/06/16/nav-upgrade-import-and-compile-crashes-when-nst-is-running/

Invoke-NAVSQL: Execute SQL queries on NAV databases with PowerShell

Just another CmdLet to bother you with (no really, it’s quite an interesting one – try to keep awake … ;-)). The more you use PowerShell .. and the more you use it for NAV .. you just realize that you have to call out to SQL Server quite regularly. Just a few examples: Backup …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/06/08/invoke-navsql-execute-sql-queries-on-nav-databases-with-powershell/

Apply-NAVDelta to add and remove customizations

Yep, PowerShell again. So the people that deny PowerShell can stop reading now :-). Although I do think this is quite an interesting blogpost on how to work somewhat more easily with deltas, by the use of a function that is part of my PowerShell Module, called: Apply-NAVDelta. I was actually just thinking after my …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/03/16/apply-navdelta-to-add-and-remove-customizations/

Export NAV Application Objects

When working with NAV, you’re familiar of working with objects. And nowadays, we have quite a lot of options, like: Fob file Text file Split text files Delta’s Reverse Delta’s … (more?) Depending on the situation, you might be interested in one of these kinds of exports – if not all. Now, I have been …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/03/11/export-nav-application-objects/

Remove customizations with (Reverse) Deltas

I’m going to explain you a concept that is so simple that you’re probably going to react like: “dude .. come on .. you just totally wasted my time .. this is so obvious.. can’t believe you just don’t take this for granted”. But I’m still gonna. Just because of the fact that the concept …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/03/07/remove-customizations-with-reverse-deltas/

How Do I Video’s on PowerShell and Microsoft Dynamics NAV

There are a bunch of video’s out there already, thanks to the “HDI” (How Do I) initiative from Microsoft. In a LOT of these video’s, you see PowerShell popping up. I was interested in which ones, because, it gives you an idea in which areas PowerShell is useful. And it seems PowerShell is useful in …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.waldo.be/2016/02/15/how-do-i-videos-on-powershell-and-microsoft-dynamics-nav/

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