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  • Blog Post: Standard Rate of VAT for Microsoft Dynamics Customers

    In November 2008 the Chancellor stated that the standard rate of UK VAT will drop from 17.5% to 15% on 1st December 2008, until end of Year 2009. The guidance documentation for partners and customers is now up and live and up on our public facing website. The standard rate of VAT will affect...
  • Blog Post: Feedback required - Selected Company Restore

    If you have a minute or two we would appreciate your feedback regarding the usage of the company restore feature, within the NAV classic client. The background to this is that of looking into the tooling in the classic client, to determine new interfaces, alternatives or improvements in future versions...
  • Blog Post: 20 Key Limitation across Primary Key, Secondary Key and SumIndexFields

    The NAV documentation clearly indicates that a primary key is limited to 20 fields and that the number of fields in the primary key together with all the fields in secondary key must not exceed 20. Furthermore, it states that a SumIndexField can have at most 20 SumIndexFields. In fact the limitation...
  • Blog Post: Platform Update rollup KB 956161 is available for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1

    This is the very anticipated Update 1 for Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1. Not only does this update resolves various issues but also makes Dynamic NAV 5.0 SP1 client Windows 2008 compatible. I highly encourage that you install this on any site which already has NAV 5.0 SP1 running. This update solves some critical...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 and SQL Server 2000

    Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 introduces a new way to handle SIFT. Instead of maintaining totals in separate tables, Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 uses a SQL feature called indexed views. Indexed views will automatically be maintained by the SQL Server. With SQL Server 2000, updating an indexed view can...
  • Blog Post: Super Speedy SQL Server SIFTs in Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1

    The way Dynamics NAV manages SIFTs in version 5.0 SP1 is a radical step forward from previous versions. Dynamics NAV is now leveraging the power of native SQL Server functionality for this important feature.  Prior to SP1, ever since Dynamics NAV was first ported to SQL Server, each SIFT index was...
  • Blog Post: Webcast: SQL-related changes in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1

    SP1 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV version 5 introduces a number of new platform changes to help improving performance when running NAV on SQL Server. This webcast will give details of these changes. Partners can sign up through the link below: Register for - SQL-related changes in NAV 5 SP1 Agenda...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics NAV Compatibility with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008

    Microsoft Dynamics NAV plans to support Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 once they are available. To ensure compatibility, Dynamics NAV development will start testing Dynamics NAV 4.0 SP3 and Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 on these two server platforms at the beginning of calendar year...
  • Blog Post: Webcast: Dynamics NAV Outlook Synchronization

    ABOUT THE TOPIC: Due to problems with Outlook Synchronization, our development team in response to partner and support feedback made critical design changes. These mainly affect localized releases. This webcast looks at the earlier design, the problems we were working on with localized releases, and...
  • Blog Post: Webcast: Dynamics NAV Support "Help Us – Help You"

    I am delivering this web cast which I have developed with Partners feedback in mind. It outlines how Partners can help us help them better by making effective use of the available self-support tools and services. Partners can sign up through the link below: Register for - Dynamics NAV Support ...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Integration Update for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0

    I am excited to announce the release of Outlook Integration Update for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 . This update is now available for you to download at PartnerSource   (login credentials are required off course ). The Outlook Integration update rollup corrects the issues that are described in KB...
  • Blog Post: All you need to know about SQL Server build numbers:

    If you are using the SQL Server database option with any of the Microsoft Dynamics products you will know that the SQL Server engine is a critical component of the overall Dynamics solution. Many of the issues we work on can be traced back to the behaviour of SQL Server rather than anything specific...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics NAV 4.0 SP3 / Dynamics NAV 5.0 Business Analytics Configurator for Microsoft Windows 64-Bit Architecture

    Since the release of Intel and AMD multi-core processors it has become increasingly affordable for small and mid-sized businesses utilizing Dynamics NAV to harness the power of the 64-bit architecture for their Business Intelligence needs through Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Analytics. This has revealed...
  • Blog Post: Now available: The New Microsoft SQL Server - Microsoft Dynamics NAV Technical Resource Kit

    I am happy to announce that the latest version of Dynamics NAV SQL Server Technical Resource kit has been released. This is an essential Dynamics NAV/SQL resource which was developed by the Microsoft Dynamics NAV support team working closely with the Microsoft SQL support team. I would suggest ordering...
  • Blog Post: All you need to know about Dynamics NAV build numbers

    The support cases we deal with in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV team vary a lot as you can imagine. However, one item of information which we always want to see on any new service request is the NAV build details. This information should be simple enough to communicate but we probably confuse things somewhat...
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