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  • Blog Post: OutOfMemoryException when printing an RDLC report

    I have been writing quite some posts lately .. a bit too much "announcements" imho. Let's provide some content ;°). It's something we ran into lately, of which I had trouble to find solutions for.. so perfect as a blogpost. It's about a possible error when printing an RDLC report...
  • Blog Post: .Net Interop: Consume a third party web service (Check VAT Registration No.)

    Some time ago, I did a session at Direction EMEA in Berlin. Apparently, some people were inspired with this. Not only did I introduce "cannibalism" (never expected this to be something "hot, new and inspiring" but rather something "obvious" - let's spend a blogpost on...
  • Blog Post: .NET Interop: Calling Stored Procedures on SQL Server (Example 2)

    What am I trying to do here .. well, I'm working on three examples on how to call stored procedures, and where it could be useful for. The first blog article was about the first example, and also explained some basics. Therefore I strongly recommend to read that one, before you continue on this article...
  • Blog Post: Source code of Form Transformation Tool published

    You probably don't remember the "Form Transformation Tool" (aka TIF-tool). Of course not, because we're all implementing RTC like hell .. and don't want to look back to the classic "Ice Age", do we? But indeed .. once apon a time .. there was a classic environment ....
  • Blog Post: .Net Interop: Using the Parent to get to the Child (Using Enumerations Part 2)

    If you haven't read the first part of this article, I recommend you do so now. It's been a while ago since I promised you the second part of the article. Sorry it took this long .. As you noticed .. there were other things to talk about ;°). We are trying to use enumerations in a more attractive...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 R2 .Net Interop: Using Enumerations (Part 1)

    At the moment, i'm writing an article on how to use .Net Interop to connect to other database. When doing this, I noticed that it wasn't that easy to use enumerations, which are in fact quite common in .Net. That's why i'm first going to elaborate on enumerations .. and then I will blog...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 R2 .Net Interop: using arrays / collections (2)

    Remember my post about " .Net Interop: using Arrays and Collections " (not too long ago)? Well, almost immediately i got a comment from Freddy (Kristiansen) explaining that the Dictionary that I used, is actually quite an expensive one.. . It actually uses two collections (one for the key to...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 RTC Reports Batch 2 available (Belgium)

    Good news .. Some time ago, I posted about the availability of RTC Reports for some countries in Europe. This was good news, since we didn't have anything to start from, when we wanted for example an RTC Invoice .. . This was very good news for about 5 countries (Belgium, Finland, Norway, Portugal...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 R2 .Net Interop: using arrays / collections

    In my initiative to start blogging about .Net Interop, and putting some kind of "useful" examples online (and because Microsoft's attempt isn't really a good one, imho) .. I might have started of a little bit complicated. You might remember my first post about it: "NAV 2009...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 R2 App-V whitepaper available

    I just came home from the NAV 2009 R2 Launch in Belgium (in fact, I did my own small presentation there). As I expected, a lot of focus on the cloud and the App-V support for NAV now .. and that reminded me of the fact that I wanted to share one little thing .. . There is a whitepaper available on how...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 is not a "normal" release ... beware!

    I would like to point out quite an important thing to be aware of. Namely that NAV 2009 R2 is mainly intended to be some kind of hotfix on SP1, rather then being a new release. What I mean with that is that (and this has been confirmed by Microsoft) R2 is not "a complete new version". How...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 R2 System Indicator

    As you might have noticed .. in NAV 2009 it was quite difficult to clearly show in which database you were working in.. . I had written a small solution for that in the classic which I blogged about here . Mark had foreseen a solution in the RTC here and we developed an Add-In which looked quite the...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 Belgium - SEPA, Isabel and RTC Reports!

    In Belgium, we've had some good news regarding GDL. After the new crappy approach of Microsoft (sorry, but it is..), being that we (as Belgium, and a lot of other affected countries) are a "group 2" country, we finally have some good news. Apparently there are people at Microsoft that do...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2009 R2 .Net Interop: Calling a Web Service

    NAV 2009 R2 has been released for about two weeks now, so it's time to get you up-to-speed on some topics. i'm sure lots of blogs are picking this up, so exciting times are coming :-). What I have been struggling with lately (and I mean that literally...) is being able to use .Net Interop for...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 is available!

    Three weeks ago, I blogged about the availability of R2 on the 15th of December. That was yesterday .. but anyway .. oh yes .. It's here! So download the product, play with it, get yourself and your solutions ready! The downloads Here is the link to the downloads of all 42 countries (on partnersource...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 - December 15, 2010

    Three weeks until we will be able to enjoy the R2 release of NAV 2009. And Microsoft is really excited about it.. . I must say, I am too. Not just because I will finally be able to add an extra release to my Platform Updates (;°)) (I couldn't complain about being able to do that... ), but more so...