From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Object version tags; Detecting object type; Discontinued component in NAV 2013; Why work with NAV?

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

  • Black Dog Serenade: The Importance of Version Tags in Dynamics NAV Objects;
  • Detecting Current Object Type and ID Using Some Funky .NET Interop;
  • Discontinued Component NAV 2013 & Later - INPUT BOX (The Input Method is Obsolete):
  • Why Am I Doing Dynamics NAV?

Black Dog Serenade: The Importance of Version Tags in Dynamics NAV Objects

On the ArcherPoint blog, Tom Hunt notes that every object in Microsoft Dynamics NAV has a version tag. You've probably seen them in the Object Designer; they look kind of like this: NAVW17.00.00.35026,NAVNA7.00.00.35026,JM7.0.18,SE0.55.12,AP7.00.006


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