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The “IF COUNT = 1” Conundrum
If you haven’t read my yesterday’s post, then do that first. Good. At this point you are extremely smart because you know that you should never [...]
Are there any records there?
It’s been a while that I haven’t blogged, and my queue grows inversely proportional to the amount of time I have available for blogging, so let [...]
Better late than never: NAV TechDays 2016 goodies
This year my work got a better of me. For five years in a row I have posted all my demos and materials from NAV TechDays sessions right after them. [...]
HelloWorld.al
Finally. Not quite, but still – finally! We finally get the first public glimpse of future of AL code writing, courtesy of Microsoft Dynamics NAV [...]
C/AL internals: Some more invalid object states
If you have followed the posts about how C/AL really executes in NAV, you know that C# and C/AL can sometimes be in a state where C/AL compiles, but C# [...]
C# Injection: Don’t trust FOB
FOBs, those pesky little files that we all take for granted, import into our databases, and live happily ever after. After you read this post, you’ll [...]
Quick Tip: Extension Demo Data
Extensions are a hot topic these days. There was a ton of sessions at both Directions events, likely also at NAVUG, and most of the talks you could hear [...]
Module Binder Pattern proposal
Whoa! This has been quite an event, the Directions EMEA 2016 in Prague. There has never been this many people (1.700+) and it was quite a pleasure [...]
Module Binder Pattern proposal
Whoa! This has been quite an event, the Directions EMEA 2016 in Prague. There has never been this many people (1.700+) and it was quite a pleasure [...]
From C/AL to executable: how NAV runs your C/AL code
A lot of folks write C/AL and never worry about what happens then. C/AL is written, NAV execute is, the story ends. The same way the story ends when you [...]