NAV 2009, Part 2: For Web Services, "Sky Is the Limit"

July 17 2008

In my first article previewing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, I focused on its significant changes in the role tailored experience and in architecture. In this article, I examine the reality of using NAV 2009 via the Internet, and programming issues for developers. I also consider the issues associated with the upgrade decision.

Web Services

About Eric Wauters

Eric is one of the founding partners of iFacto Business Solutions.  As development manager , he continually acts upon iFacto’s technical readiness and guarantees that he and iFacto are always on top of the latest Microsoft Dynamics NAV developments.  What started out as a personal knowledge base became one of the most popular blogs in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV communities: www.waldo.be.

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Comments

manounou's picture

Hi, I want to integrate a Navision Database to Web service but I have some difficulties. Could you give me some examples of integration of pages from navision to web service Thanks

hari123's picture

Really great information describing the importance and different techniques involved in the web services. web services mumbai

Gdirdaniel's picture

Hi folks, I am just a new user on web services. I'm not able to change the database my RTC points to.It's always pointing to Chronus Kindly assist

firoj's picture

How to make a ASP.Net Page using Nav 2009 Webservice

noisivanscimanyd's picture

Hello, I tried to create a contact using the contact card Web Service. However, when invoking the Create() method I get an error like this: Property 'Editable' for contact card is invalid. Are there examples on how to create a contact? Thanks

noisivanscimanyd's picture

Hi all, none of the questions have ever been answered. Seems to be a pretty dead forum. Does anyone know a forum where the NAV questions are being answered? I still try to create a contact using a web sevice and I still keep getting error messages. Maybe Web Services in NAV 2009 R2 is just a marketing joke by Microsoft. Thanks