Wonder no more. It is. And here’s how.
Many cool things often go undocumented. I’ve just stumbled upon one of those, and it comes in handy to close this year of blogging.
Imagine this situation: you have a server-side .NET object, that you want to pass on to the client. With the .NET System.Windows.Forms-based objects, you have to make the object serializable, deploy the object to the client-side Add-in folder, and then set the RunOnClient property on the C/AL variable to Yes.
First of all, thank you all who attended my session today. It was a lot of people in the room, and with the competition from Microsoft talking about a very hot topic in the other, bigger room, I really wouldn’t expect to see all of you there. I hope you found the things you saw useful, and that you’ll take advantage of all the free stuff that I am posting today here on Vjeko.com.
Continue reading Goodies from the Control Add-ins session at NAV TechDays 2014
Thanks to everybody who attended my session at Directions US in San Diego today. It was a pleasure to deliver it, and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. It surely would have been much better if I were not running some kind of a flu, but I won’t complain.
As promised, I am making all the content from the presentation available for download from my blog, so please feel free to download any of it, and (ab)use it in your real-life projects.
Continue reading Directions US Presentation and Files
So how about this: you drag and drop a file onto an NAV page, and the file is automatically uploaded and stored in a BLOB field in the NAV database? And yes, it does the same no matter if you call it from the Windows or the Web client. And yes of course, no external components or dependencies needed.
As I promised, I would make all the source components available for download after the sessions, and if you just want to take the components, here they are, ready to download, install and abuse:http://vjeko.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/DragDrop.zip
If you want to know how this thing works and why, read on. Otherwise, just download the thingy, install it (the instructions are included with the file) and abuse it to your fancy.
Continue reading Drag and Drop File Upload for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2