Tag: Development

Download Waldo’s PowerShell Modules

Yesterday, I did my session at NAVTechays, being “Thinking out of the box with NAV Development”. Now, I will be blogging about this great conference and about the session, but not just yet. In this post,I would like to shortly focus on one thing that I addressed during that session. My Powershell Modules The past …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/11/20/download-waldos-powershell-modules/

NAV 2016 Eventing: All published Integration and Business events

It’s been a while since I’ve put up a decent blogpost. Well .. I’ve been busy at conferences, to be honest doing lots of Sessions. And I’m always nervous for these – I take it seriously, you know – people pay a lot of money to come to conferences like that, and the sessions need …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/11/02/nav-2016-eventing-all-published-integration-and-business-events/

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016: What’s New

With the new release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, there is a lot to blog about.  Let me start by trying to list down all the new features in this new release. Though, I’m actually quite sure I’m not going to be able to, because there are just that many .. and as Vjeko mentioned …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/10/09/microsoft-dynamics-nav-2016-whats-new/

Dynamics NAV PowerShell: Creating an enhanced Get-NAVServerInstance function

Between the many hours of preparation of all the conventions (there are a few surprises I can only talk about after Directions EMEA – but is eating up a lot of time ..), let’s make time for this tiny little function that I tend to use quite a lot lately. Why am I using it? …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/09/23/dynamics-nav-powershell-creating-an-enhanced-get-navserverinstance-function/

Port Sharing with NAV with PowerShell

You might have read my previous post about Dynamics NAV deployments and sharing ports. If you didn’t read the post, please do so, so you know how to do it in the first place. Well, waldo wouldn’t be waldo if he wouldn’t try to find out how to do this with PowerShell ;-). Sure, Port Sharing still …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/08/07/port-sharing-with-nav-with-powershell/

Load Dynamics NAV CmdLets in PowerShell ISE with Profiles

I think we can all agree that we like the Windows PowerShell ISE, right? You know, the “C/SIDE for PowerShell” ;-), the editor, this one: And the one thing that is somewhat less convenient, is the fact that you always have to load the NAV CmdLets into your runspace by typing these lines: Import-Module ‘C:\Program …

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Start NAV Object in RTC with PowerShell

You might remember these blogposts: Start Dynamics NAV Windows Client (RTC) from PowerShell Start Dynamics NAV Development Client (C/SIDE) from PowerShell I wanted to go a step further. Namely, I wanted to open/run a specific object from PowerShell. Scenario’s There are two scenario’s where I wanted to apply this: First of all the Test Toolkit. …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/07/09/start-nav-object-in-rtc-with-powershell/

Learn NAV PowerShell during your coffee breaks

Just wanted to point your attention to a great initiative of some people at Microsoft, that is trying to help you getting along with PowerShell. They try to do this under the concept:”Learn PowerShell during your Coffee Breaks” :-). Great idea, great initiative, and it should get to most attention that it can get. My …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/06/05/learn-nav-powershell-during-your-coffee-breaks/

Create ISO of Cumulative Update with PowerShell – Create the ISO

This is the last step in turning your download of a Cumulative Update (CU) into an ISO file. In this part, we want to be able to copy a certain folder on your drive to a new ISO file. I had no idea how to start with this .. and what do you do when …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.waldo.be/2015/05/27/create-iso-of-cumulative-update-with-powershell-create-the-iso/

Create ISO of Cumulative Update with PowerShell – Get VersionInfo

This step is once again part of a bigger whole: turning your download of a Cumulative Update (CU) into an ISO image. In order to do that, I want to automate as much as possible: also the name and characteristics of the file that I’m creating. In order to do that, there is already a …

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