When testing the upgrade process, it's a good idea to make a backup after every significant step, such as after importing Step 1 upgrade objects, after completing Step 1, after…
Do you know cues? Those clickable colorless stacks of documents in NAV 2009, that turned into clickable blue stack tiles in NAV 2013 R2, and that worked on top of FlowFields of type Integer?
Well, in NAV 2015, this munch bunch has turned into clickable blue tiles with pictures and colorful indicators that are configurable per user, that work on top of any kind of numeric fields (normal or abnormal), or better yet, on top of any kind of numeric expression (you can bind them to RANDOM(1000) for all NAV cares).
In case you missed it, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 is now available for download at PartnerSource. Follow this link to download your copy today: https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/northamerica/support/support-news/msdnav2015download
Once upon a time, and really not such a long time ago, there was no such thing as a codenit type. In all honesty, there is still no such thing as a codeunit type – there is subtype, though. (Why we have subtypes, without having types, beats me, but let’s let the semantics go.)
Nowadays, we have four codeunit types. NAV 2009 SP1 brought along the Test and Test Runner types, which – in my experience, at least – haven’t seen much runtime (which is a pity, if you ask me). And now NAV 2015 brings along another type: the Upgrade codeunit type. The mere sound of it makes my heart thrill. The Upgrade codeunit. Mmm.
To open the page object for a page part control in a page you are designing, simply select that page part control and press Ctrl+F12 (or View > Go To…