From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: SQL Server Management Studio; CRM/NAV integration; Service management; UI elements removal

From this week's Microsoft Dynamics NAV blogs:

  • Create Advanced Charts in Dynamics NAV: Best Practice - SQL Script
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Integration On Premises and Online with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016/2017
  • Service Management within Dynamics NAV
  • About "UI Elements Removal" Feature

Create Advanced Charts in Dynamics NAV: Best Practice - SQL Script

On his TharangaC - Dynamics NAV Blog, Tharanga Chandrasekara offered a best practice to save some time if you are working with SQL Server Management Studio. 

According to Chandrasekara, a number of people who work with Microsoft Dynamics NAV aren't really that familiar with SQL Server Management Studio even though the back-end of NAV is based on the SQL database.


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