From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Database & SQL Server; Report unclaimed property; VSS functions; Shortcut keys

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

  • How to Export a Dynamics NAV Database on SQL Server 2016
  • Using Dynamics NAV to Report Unclaimed Property
  • New VSS Functions to Allocate Service Item Lines to Resources in NAV
  • Save Time with Dynamics NAV Shortcut Keys

How to Export a Dynamics NAV Database on SQL Server 2016

On the Dynamics NAV Team Blog, Kennie Nybo Pontoppidan stated that if you use SQL Server 2016 for your Dynamics NAV database, and have to export a database to the .bacpac format, you must ensure that you're running the latest update (August 2016 update or later) of the Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework (DacFx) or SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS).


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