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  • Blog Post: Code Upgrade: Merging Version Lists

    Merging cumulative updates into your own Microsoft Dynamics NAV solutions has become a lot easier with the new merge utilities . They are based on the concept of three-way merge to reconcile two sets of changes made (independently) to a given base version. For example, when applying Microsoft Dynamics...
  • Blog Post: How to Compile a Database Twice as Fast (or faster)

    Compiling a complete NAV database can take quite a while. Even on powerful development machines with a lot of CPU cores this is still the case - the development environment wasn't designed for the multi-core era. The only way to speed things up is to use separate instances of the development environment...
  • Blog Post: Importing and Exporting Data in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

    In earlier versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, you could move or copy all or part of the data in a database by using the Microsoft Dynamics NAV backup functionality. In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, the support for the .fbk files was removed, but in Cumulative Update 8 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013...
  • Blog Post: Merging Application Objects using Windows PowerShell in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

    Upgrading a Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution is time consuming. You have to identify which changes you have to make, you have to upgrade the application objects and the application code, and you might have to move the existing data around so that it fits the new database schema. In Microsoft Dynamics...
  • Blog Post: Merging Application Objects using Windows PowerShell

    Upgrading a Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution is time consuming. You have to identify which changes you have to make, you have to upgrade the application objects and the application code, and you might have to move the existing data around so that it fits the new database schema. In Microsoft Dynamics...
  • Blog Post: Synchronize metadata, please…

    One of new procedures/functions we have in NAV 2013 R2 is “metadata synchronization”. It is process when object (table) description done in C\SIDE by NAV developer is applied to SQL object (object structure in SQL becomes the same as we have in NAV object designer). It is described at http...
  • Blog Post: Importing and Exporting Data in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 CU 8

    In earlier versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, you could move or copy all or part of the data in a database by using the Microsoft Dynamics NAV backup functionality. In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, the support for the .fbk files was removed, but with Cumulative Update 8 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV...
  • Blog Post: New Management Admin Cmdlets

    Windows PowerShell is becoming ever more used in the professional IT organization, and in Microsoft Dynamics NAV we are continuously extending and improving the set of administration management PowerShell cmdlets. With hotfix 2791548, we introduce these additions and updates, all fully backward compatible...
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