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How to print TransHeader and TransFooter in Microsoft Dynamics NAV RDLC reports

We know that TransHeader and TransFooter section types were available in NAV 2009 version but there are no such section types in RDLC, even though wecan achieve these in RDLC report using report functions.We can print TransHeader and TransFooter in RDLC report using below functions:     1.  Using RunningValue function.     2.  Using ReportItems function.RunningValue Function: It uses a specified function to return a running aggregate of the specified expre...
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How to Customize the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 Splash screen Image

I think I got late with this post, but I was unaware that most of us still don’t know how to change the NAV splash screen image.So let’s have a look on this.Steps:1.   How to change the Microsoft Dynamics NAV splash screen image as mentioned below screen shot.2.   After installation of NAV, usually all files are stored in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\71\RoleTailored Client. In the folder we choose Images folder as mentioned below screens hot.3.   S...
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How to Print Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 RDLC Report Page Footer on Last Page Only

As we are all know there were two properties in NAV 2009 to print footer at bottom and on last page of report using PrintOnEveryPage and PlaceInBottom properties, but in RDLC report there are no such properties to achieve this.In RDLC report we can use page footer to print footer at bottom of a report, but it prints on every page, because of these below two properties:    1.  “Print on first page”: It prints page footer on every page except last page.    2. &...
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What are the different Credential Types and How to configure them in NAV 2013 / 2015?

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 onwards there are no “Database Logins” supported. It means, no need to create all the users in SQL database, because the user authentication is not on SQL server level, but on NAV server level. When you create a new user, you provide different information depending on the credential type that you are using in current Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance. But all users of a Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance must be using the same credential type. You...
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Correction and Cancelation of Posted Documents in NAV 2015

This feature is one with which we have simplification of user interface and faster work, but currently only in “Small Business role center” this feature is possibility to correct or cancel already posted sales invoices and Posted purchase invoices, but only if we have item in the lines.(Type is Item in the sales  and purchase invoice lines).You can correct or cancel a posted sales /purchase invoices. This is useful if you make a mistake or if the customer/vendor request a change...
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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 Multitenancy deployment

Multi-tenancy is a software architecture in which a single instance of the application can be accessed by multiple customers. This is rather simple as a definition, so let us explain the concept of multi-tenancy. Single Tenancy Multi-Tenancy Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Multi-tenancyEarlier versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV was known to us as a single tenant software architecture that can be deployed on-premise. With Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, which is known to be th...
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Report scheduling with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 has introduced a simple way to automatically running reports at desired intervals with the report scheduling option. The report scheduler runs the report in the NAV server and saves the output in PDF, Word or Excel format. You can also see the generated report in the new “Report Inbox” pane introduced in the Role Center page. With the report scheduler you can:1.       Schedule resource intensive reports at times of less usage ...
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New and Important things to know for better RDLC report design in NAV 2013 R2.

We are all learning new things about RDLC report design and we know that still there are lot of things to learn about, here are the things I’m sharing which I learned.       1.  How to make page Header and Footer as dynamic.       2.  How to print page Footer on last page only.       3.  How to remove empty/blank rows in grouping.       4.  How to print TransHeader and TransFooter in RDLC re...
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Design Microsoft Dynamics Navision 2013R2 RDLC Report Part-2

 In this post we will move to next step, and there we will go through two more data item grouping.For example: Here we will list Customer Ledger entries by Customer, then Customers by Salespersons. So we will get all customers for each salesperson and ledger entries for each customer that is done by using Salesperson, Customer, and Customer Ledger Entries data items.In my previous blog I briefly explained how to add a parent and child group and how it has displayed list of customers by sale...
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How to write custom code in NAV 2013 R2 Report layout design?

You may want to add custom code to the RDLC report to do more actions than what's already provided with the report functions. So it gives you a base for extending your report functionalities which can’t programmed in NAV report design environment. You may want to add custom code to implement simple string manipulation task or sophisticated data access manipulation. So you can add custom functions to RDLC report and add references to functions in report controls. When the report is comp...
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