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  • Blog Post: Presence Control Add-In in Microsoft Dynamics NAV with Lync

    Some may have seen this Add-In somewhere already as it has been around for some time. This is a high level explanation to how it was actually done. First thing to mention here is that the base for this Add-In is a publicly available sample of Presence Controls intended for Office Communicator 2007...
  • Blog Post: Let NAV PLAY! (Media Play… of course)

    In this blog you will find the source code in order to implement a client add-in based project with Windows Media Player. You would have a wide range of possibilities to use this simple add-in and enlarge this project on your own. If you want to know more about client add-ins you can refer to MSDN...
  • Blog Post: Let NAV Speak (with a Simple and Useful Client Add-in)

    In this blog you will find the source code (below) to “let NAV speak.” You would have a wide range of possibilities to use this simple Add-in and enlarge this project. If you want to know more about Client Add-ins you can refer to this MSDN link: Extending the RoleTailored Client Using...
  • Blog Post: Simple! Client Extensibility example

    There is a number of posts and articles that show what you can really achieve with Client Extensibility in NAV 2009 SP1. This post goes the exact opposite way, to show the simplest possible example of a Client Extensibility add-in which includes callbacks between RTC and the Add-In, both ways: In...
  • Blog Post: More Charts

    This is a follow up to this post: Using Client Extensibility in NAV 2009 SP1 to create Charts News in this post are: 2-series line charts. For example showing number of new Orders and Quotes for the last 10 days: Item Sales Chart (basically identical to the Customer Sales Chart in the...
  • Blog Post: Using Client Extensibility in NAV 2009 SP1 to create Charts

    Just to get a bit of practice with Client Extensibility, I experimented with some examples I got. They use MS chart controls to build chart components for RTC. As it turned out, the result was something that might even be useful as well. So this post has these two purposes: 1) Some relatively simple...
  • Blog Post: Treemap Business Data Visualization available on PartnerSource

    The “Treemap Business Data Visualization for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 – Partner Community Edition” is available for download on PartnerSource . It will be available on CustomerSource in a few days. For more information about using this add-in, take a look at Christian's blog .
  • Blog Post: Installation of Dynamics NAV 2009 hangs during installation of Outlook Add-in

    When installing NAV 2009 RTM you can sometimes if you are unlucky end up with an installer that hangs when installing Outlook Add-in. The most common reason for this is that the installation is not able to update the” Outlook.exe.config” file and get stuck in an infinitive loop. When looking in the event...
  • Blog Post: Unique IDs for ISVs

    Problem Statement When you create an add-on solution, you must make sure that the new objects you create are given unique IDs (UIDs) from the range assigned to the add-on in question. This is done by using the appropriate license. There will be no problem as long as only one add-on solution is included...
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