Microsoft SQL Server 2012 was released in March with many new and interesting capabilities. For further information, please take a look at the product information at Microsoft SQL Server.
Over the last few months the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product team has been testing the compatibility and we are now proud to announce that Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 are compatible with Microsoft SQL Server 2012!
Please note that this applies to the following editions of Microsoft SQL Server:
There are a couple of special cases, where the support will stay on SQL Server 2008. These areas are Business Notification, Business Analytics, and Commerce Gateway.
For further information please look at the System Requirements – Available on PartnerSource.
In March, we wrote about the support for BAPI in this blog post: Dutch Tax BAPI Support Changing to KPN Certificates (2012).
From that time on there have been some changes from several directions. We like to update you with the latest status, which should be a stable one.
We want to repeat the comment that Jacco Stolk (thx Jacco!) made regarding getting the BAPI software. Microsoft Dynamics NAV does not deliver the required BAPI.dll and CL32.dll, since it is owned by the tax authorities’ organizations. In this case you can subscribe to the OSWO site (https://www.oswo.nl) to obtain the latest version of the BAPI software and find answers to technical problems that might occur.
Connector for Microsoft Dynamics V2 Rollup 1 was released on Friday! This release includes enhanced integration options and maps, and also resolves some of the key issues that you might be facing with your V2 deployments. Additional features and updates are listed later in this post.
Stay tuned to the Connector blog for upcoming videos that detail the new features and functionality.
To download this release for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, go to PartnerSource:
Don’t have access to PartnerSource but would like to know more? Check out the User Guide for NAV and begin your installation preparation.
Here is an overview of the feature list: