The best news sometimes go silent, and the newest release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV has just proven this claim.
Ladies and gentlemen, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 comes shipped with full set of application test toolkit, that you can use to test your customizations against regression issues. Even though most partners out there have never even tried the testability features, let alone written a unit test (for all the wrong reasons), testability framework of NAV is one of its strongest points, and was the last missing piece to complete the big puzzle called Road to Repeatability.
Many people have asked me about availability of a downloadable Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 demo. Unless you are an existing Microsoft Dynamics NAV customer on a support plan, or a Microsoft Dynamics partner, you can’t download a demo version from a public Microsoft web site.
You can download your copy from a community web site though – check the links at the bottom of this post. Be advised that some of the downloads are larger than a gigabyte, which might not be too download friendly.
So, if you can’t download the demo, there is still a great option for trying Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: go to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Test Drive website at http://www.dynamicsnavtestdrive.com/ and access the online virtual environment where you can try Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 for free.