From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Web Services Bug Theater; QR Codes in NAV Docs; Improve Your Cash Flow with Reminders; SOD December 2011 Update

Web Services Bug Theater Series: Recently on his Navigate into Success blog, NAV MVP Vjekoslav Babic reviewed his experiences dealing with some of the bugs in the Dynamics NAV's web services.

Babic says that during the development of the Stratus web client for Dynamics NAV,  the developers had to make a series of workarounds to achieve simple goals. Babic decided to share those bugs (and workarounds) to help you be more productive in your Web services-based projects.

The first bug Babic mentions is "lowercase codes in primary key," which requires the developer to take the extra step of setting codes to upper case before shipping them over to NAV. RTC seems to do just that, he adds.


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