From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Importing NAV 2013 R2 reports; Exploring cash flow features; Control add-ins; Debug and Bulk Insert

A selection of the latest insight from the Microsoft Dynamics NAV blogs:

  • Import 2013 R2 Report into 2013 R1: Invalid Target Namespace;
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 New Feature - Cash Flow Functionality;
  • Trick: Subscribing to any Control Add-in event through pure C/AL;
  • Debug and Bulk Insert in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

Import 2013 R2 Report into 2013 R1: Invalid Target Namespace

Joachim Carrein tells us that he recently had to copy a report about his company's product to a customer's database. His company's database is currently NAV 2013 R2, while the customer's database is a NAV 2013 environment.


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