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  • Blog Post: NAV Developer's Day - Update

    Ankündigung: Microsoft plant aktuell die Durchführung eines " NAV Developer's Day " (vorläufiger Arbeitstitel ) Edit 30.10.2012: Achtung - Terminänderung! Stattfinden soll die erste Veranstaltung am 08. November 2012 17. Dezember 2012 (Abends) im Microsoft HQ in Hamburg...
  • Blog Post: NAV TechDays 2012 - Understanding Blocks & Deadlocks with NAV & SQL Server

    Blocks and Deadlocks are a major issue in NAV/SQL systems; causing decreased performance and poor user experience . This session will explain the locking mechanisms with Dynamics NAV and SQL Server and how they could be properly used. Further it will be demonstrated how blocks & deadlocks could be...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2013 Beta (Refresh) – First Impressions

    Normal 0 false 21 false false false DE X-NONE X-NONE So, finally the first public „Beta“ of “ NAV 2013 ” is available … https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/newsevents/news/msdnav2013betadownload.htm http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh173988(v=nav.70).aspx …...
  • Blog Post: NAV 2013 Beta – First Impressions

    Normal 0 false 21 false false false DE X-NONE X-NONE So, finally the first public „Beta“ of “ NAV 2013 ” is available … https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/newsevents/news/msdnav2013betadownload.htm http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh173988(v=nav.70).aspx …...
  • Blog Post: MSDynamics.de Konferenz 2012

    Am 09. Mai fand ja parallel zur " Tectura Convention 2012 " auch erstmals unsere " MSDynamics.de Konferenz " statt! WIr waren zwar ein kleinerer Kreis, hat aber viel Spass gemacht mal ein paar Gesichter hinter den Forums-Beiträgen zu sehen Ich durfte ja auch einen kleinen Vortrag...
  • Blog Post: Using SQL Server Audit

    A guest BLOG article published on " Microsoft Dynamics Community " forum: https://community.dynamics.com/product/nav/navnontechnical/b/navguestcolumn/archive/2011/09/27/using-sql-server-audit.aspx...( read more )
  • Blog Post: NAV TechDays 2011 - Understanding Keys & Indexes with NAV & SQL Server

    Coming soon: 29th to 30th September 2011 in Antwerp (Belgium) Abstract : With Dynamics NAV and SQL Server it is important to understand how “ Keys ” and “ Indexes ” actually work; how they could/should be used within the C/AL code, which problems they could cause and how those...
  • Blog Post: Directions EMEA 2011 - High Availability Options with NAV and SQL Server

    Coming soon: 11th to 13th May 2011 in Berlin (Germany) Abstract : With increasing transaction volumes processed by NAV customers the need for HA solutions also growing. This session will explain some available HA solutions with NAV and SQL as there are e.g. “ Transaction Log-Shipping ” and...
  • Blog Post: Decisions Spring 2011 - NAV Programming with SQL Server

    Coming up soon: Abstract : Today the NAV application is designed to be runnable on two different database servers: the proprietary C/SIDE Server and SQL Server . Due to some “ history ” the code has a higher affinity to the native server which may result in performance issues with SQL Server...
  • Blog Post: Data Compression

    Just recently Michael De Voe from the MS Dynamics NAV team has published a great article about the DATA COMPRESSION – a feature introduced with SQL Server 2008 ( Enterprise feature). I highly recommend to read this article first ( Thanks a lot, Michael! ): http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav/archive/2011...
  • Blog Post: Block & Deadlock Detection – Updated Scripts

    Hi there, many of you are using the templates for Block & Deadlock Detections provided on MIBUSO ( http://www.mibuso.com/dlinfo.asp?FileID=1182 ) or with these BLOG articles: http://dynamicsuser.net/blogs/stryk/archive/2008/11/03/blocks-amp-deadlocks-in-nav-with-sql-server.aspx http://dynamicsuser...
  • Blog Post: Transferring SQL Server Logins

    Well, this is going to be a rather short one, but as I frequently come across this issue I'd like to put it here. If you are using a second (or third, etc.) SQL Server instance, e.g. as Standby-System, Mirror, Test-System or whatsoever you encounter the problem of " How to automatically transfer...
  • Blog Post: Decisions Fall 2010 - Some cool SQL features

    Coming soon....( read more )
  • Blog Post: Solving Blocking Issues – Practical Examples

    Hi all, in previous BLOGS I was talking about general things like " blocking mechanisms ", " block/deadlock detection " or principal solutions. In this article I'd like to present some practical examples to really solve/prevent/reduce blocking and deadlocking issues! Having in...
  • Blog Post: Optimizing SIFT and VSIFT

    Well, I guess SIFT/VSIFT tuning is also some kind of standard task, and even though I previously – briefly - explained something about this I never got into the details. This is what I'd like to do now. 1. What's "SIFT"? SIFT is for " S um I ndex F lowfield T echnology "...
  • Blog Post: Directions EMEA 2010 – NAV/SQL Performance: Indexes

    Directions EMEA 2010 from 19 th to 21 st May 2010 in Prague/CZ. Website: http://www.directionsemea.com/ Well, actually this is not some new stuff, actually the presentation is quite similar (but stronger focus on indexes) than this one: http://dynamicsuser.net/blogs/stryk/archive/2010/02/10/technical...
  • Blog Post: Decisions Spring 2010 – NAV/SQL Performance: Blocks and Deadlocks

    Decisions Spring 2010 from 19 th to 20 th May 2010; MSDynamicsWorld.com 's spring online conference and trade show, is coming to your desktop, live! Website: http://decisions.msdynamicsworld.com/ Well, actually this is not some new stuff, actually the presentation is quite similar (but shorter due...
  • Blog Post: Extended NAV/SQL Database Hardening

    I really have a deep conflict here … we have recently started a "Database Security" project where we are developing solutions to fix certain NAV issues … so yes, this means there are " security issues ", and talking about potential solutions is not possible without describing...
  • Blog Post: Technical Airlift 2009 (Munich) – NAV/SQL Performance Optimization: Indexes

    Hi all, Puuuuhh, that was quite a rush … originally my idea about the TA was just to attend, but unfortunately one of the speakers got sick, and fortunately MS asked me if I could be available … <big grin> Of course I was available! </big grin> The pity was, I just had half...
  • Blog Post: Extended NAV/SQL Database Hardening

    I really have a deep conflict here … we have recently started a "Database Security" project where we are developing solutions to fix certain NAV issues … so yes, this means there are " security issues ", and talking about potential solutions is not possible without describing...