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NAV – Connecting External SQL

This blog is intended to see how Microsoft Dynamics NAV (here onwards NAV) can be connected to external databases. External databases here mean Microsoft SQL Server, CRM, Exchange* or Microsoft Graph*. We will focus on Microsoft SQL Server (non-NAV database).
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Swift Mapping and Flat Mapping

In this blog post, I will introduce some of useful tips and techniques of using swift mapping and flat mapping, you might already experienced the basic usage of swift map and flat map but in this blog we can see some additional benefits and areas where we can use the map and flat map to gain full advantage of swift higher order function efficiently.
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What is Defect? Defect Life Cycle in Software Testing.

Defect is an unexpected behavior of the software application flow against the requirement specification. Here, I have discussed the life cycle of the Defect.
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What are Frames? How to handle frames in Selenium WebDriver with C#?

IFrame (FullForm: Inline Frame) is an HTML document that is included in another HTML document and is used to place the contents from another source. Eg: Advertisements, Youtube Videos etc…Almost all site includes IFramenow a day, where they would be displaying advertisements or playing videos of other sources.Now, let’s see how to identify and handling of IFrames in Selenium with C#.Net technology.There are two ways to identify the in your web application: When perfo...
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What is Synchronization? Handling Synchronization in Selenium WebDriver using C#:

Synchronization meaning: when two or more components involved to perform any action, we expect these components to work together with the same pace. The co-ordination between these components to run paralelly is called Synchronization.Synchronization (Wait) in Selenium has a great significant value.Now a day, we see most of the web applications are developed by using Javacript and Ajax where it might happen that some of the elements may load at distant time intervals, due to which we may encount...
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How to Prevent Users from Moving Task to Closed State with a non-Zero value Remaining Work field in VSTS/TFS

In this Blog I am going to explain how we can customize Task in VSTS/TFS to Prevent Users from Moving Task to Closed State with a non-Zero value Remaining Work field.
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VSTS Rollup Service - How to use

          Hi All, Here i'm going to explain How VSTS RollUp Service works and how to use RollUp service in your Team Project.Once the VSTS Rollup service is created and enabled for your team project, go to the same Team Project and create the work items like Epic, Feature, PBI, Tasks, Bugs. When you Task/Bug enter the value of Original Estimate (for Agile and CMMI) or Remaining Work, Rollup service will trigger.It will first update remaining ...
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VSTS Rollup Service - Setup

Hi All, if you are worrying how to calculate sum of the effort fields in VSTS, here is the solution. I’m going to explain you how our VSTS Rollup Service works. Here is the entire thing you need to know.VSTS Rollup is a Web Service which provides summed values of select fields for all child work items of a parent. Most project managers are interested in getting rollup of estimated or completed work, effort etc. Hence Rollup will automate the process of summing up the Effort ...
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VSTS Area Uploader

VSTS Area Uploader helps you to upload Areas (with multiple level) to your VSTS Team Projects from a .csv file with few steps as shown in this blog.
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VSTS Copy Dashboard Tool

The Copy Dashboard tool replicates/copies the existing dashboard from one team to either single or multiple teams and reduces time & effort of recreating widgets and charts.
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