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18

Apr'13

Dynamics NAV 2013 Debugger

Dynamics NAV 2013 comes with a completely redesigned development experience. One of the nicest new features is the new debugger. This post will discuss how the debugger can drastically cut trouble shooting time and help to identify issues quickly

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18

Apr'13

SQL Server Merge Statement for Handling SCD2 Changes in a Data Warehouse (Tip #3)

Part 3 of a three part post explaining how to use merge statements on a preview project and an indexed view to get the desired performance.

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16

Apr'13

SharePoint 2010 Search Functions & Features

In today's fast-paced business world, searching effectively for information and tracking up-to-date changes of data is becoming a very important part of our skill set. Studies have shown that knowledge workers spend about 20% of their work time tracking down information. If we could speed up that process by making search more effective, we could therefore increase productivity and make bottom-line impact. In this blog, I will introduce you to some basic SharePoint functions & features including the Basic Search Box, Search Scope, Refinement Panel, Alert Me, RSS Feed, and Search SharePoint content in Windows Explorer. In my other blog post SharePoint Search Tips, you can dig deeper into how to create search strings that enhance search results.

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15

Apr'13

Find All References To A Column In Stored Procedures (Tip #2)

Have you ever had trouble finding all references to a column in your stored procedures? This post trouble shoots that issue with a step-by-step guide to the resolution.

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09

Apr'13

Dynamics NAV “There is nothing to post” error message when attempting to post a Sales Order or Purchase Order

In the example above, the ‘There is nothing to post’ error message on the Purchase Order in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is caused by not having a value in the Qty. to Invoice and/or the Qty. to Receive fields on the Purchase Order lines. If you are receiving the Purchase Order, make sure that you have specified the quantity you are receiving in the Qty. to Receive field. Likewise, if you are invoicing the Purchase Order, make sure that the Qty. to Invoice field has been populated with the correct quantity.

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09

Apr'13

SharePoint 2010 Search Tips

"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." Instead of having your employees send hundreds of inquiries to each other and wait for hours for a piece of information or a document, isn't it better to teach them how to quickly and easily search for the data that have already been stored and organized on a SharePoint server. Here are some tips for "fishing" information in SharePoint 2010:

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08

Apr'13

SharePoint Cloud vs On-Premise: Customizing Search

Today, as businesses start deciding to move to the cloud, people need to understand that some features will not be available with the cloud solution. While the cloud has emerged as a viable solution, many cloud solutions which started as on-premise solutions lack the number of features that existed in the original solution.

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04

Apr'13

Managed Metadata Column & Navigation in 10 Steps

Managed Metadata is centrally managed in the Term Store. In SharePoint 2010, you can create a Managed Metadata column for a content type, a list, a library or a site using a Term Set from the Managed Metadata Term Store. When the Term Set is updated in the Term Store, the terms used in the related column would be updated automatically. In addition, once you've added the Managed Metadata column, you can also change the library Metadata Navigation Settings to add new navigation options so that you can search documents more easily.

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02

Apr'13

Customizing the Dynamics NAV RTC Navigation Pane

The Role Tailored Client's (RTC) Role Center is the central part of NAV. It displays a quick overview of all information related to the activities for that particular Role Center and is the main page that loads when NAV IS opened. It allows users to personalize certain settings to make their day-to-day activities more efficient. This includes the Navigation Pane which contains one or more menus that have been defined for that particular user's role. By default, the Navigation Pane includes a Home and Departments menu. The Home menu is defined by the administrator and the Default menu allows users to navigate to any area of NAV that their permission allows.

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02

Apr'13

Why does the inventory cost of a Purchase Credit Memo not match the cost on the original Purchase Invoice?

The cost of an inventory item on a Purchase Credit Memo is based on the Costing Method on the Item card. If the Costing Method is FIFO (First In First Out), NAV by default, will adjust the cost to match the cost of the first open, positive Item Ledger Entry (cost layer) for that Item. This is because a Purchase Credit Memo is a negative entry (taking an item out of inventory) and as such must be matched to the appropriate positive Item Ledger Entry.

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