This year my work got a better of me. For five years in a row I have posted all my demos and materials from NAV TechDays sessions right after them. However, this year, I failed. And I apologize for this.
So, here are the direct download links:
If you missed the session, don’t despair. You can still watch it, courtesy of Mibuso.com:
Now, looking back at this colossal post, I wonder – why in the Earth did it take me so long to write this up. Once again – sorry for this.
And looking back at this blog now at the last day of 2016, I can say: next one will be better
Happy New Year, and see you around!
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Nice new years present 🎁 thanks m8! Happy new year to you and your family!
Thanks, and happy new year to you and your family too!
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Thanks – getting page not found on the Visual Studio solution link
Truer words have never been written. I’ve fixed this now. Thanks for pointing this out!
Perfect Job! Thank you!
I only have one problem:
I tried to upload the jQuery source file to the NAV Server and getting an error (NAV Upload was blocked because the file extension (.js) is not allowed)
Do you noticed that? I use the newest NAV2017 Version (Hotfix 16177)
Maybe i have to do some security settings on the NAV Server to solve that problem?
Check the Prohibited File Types configuration setting under Client Services tab in the Administration console.
Thanks – This is the solution. I have overlooked the setting with the Prohibited File Types.
Hi Vjeko, great job, thank you. Which nav version/build did you use? I tried in 9.00.43897 and got .net interop error in web client (it was when you init the codeunit with page’s control add-in). I guess microsoft fixed this in some later builds,
@Serg: I most likely used version 10 (NAV 2017).
Working on teaching myself a bit on using client Add-ins, but I’m and end user and a large number of the C/AL objects are outside my range since I only have Application Builder licensing. Any chance of getting a copy of the C/AL objects in a number range I can use so I can look this over? I’ve found your presentations and reviewing the code in Visual Studio helpful, but I’m missing half the puzzle and that’s not helping. I’ve been looking at this set as well as the presentations from TechDays in 2015 and 2016.
Thanks for your comments, and sorry for a very late reply – my spam filter isn’t working well. Here are the objects you asked for: https://vjeko.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/TechDays2016.txt
Any chance I could get the objects in a range usable for someone with only Solution Builder? I’m still learning about building Client Add-ins and not having the C/AL side of things since it’s outside my object range makes this much less helpful.