In your environment you may have multiple servers for different versions of NAV. Sometimes it can be difficult to maintain all the different servers and remove services that are not required or check on their configurations. I developed this PowerShell script as a tool to check the NAV instances. I hope you’ll find it useful. The script is available on GitHub along with two example (console output and excel output).
My user import PowerShell script is available on GitHub.
In this article, I would like to share a few small things I made so I can get the most out of the C/AL test results and I can get my list of bugs/errors as quick as possible.
When I upgrade a NAV Database I like to export the row counts from the tables before and after the upgrade, and I like to compare the number of records. I wrote a PowerShell script to do this for me in one go. Continue reading “Export Row Counts From SQL using PowerShell”
Previously I posted my version of the automated Click Once deployment. Time to time we need to update the deployments as well so here is the follow up with the Update script.
I am very excited about the tools that are becoming available for us in the world of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, one of these tools is Microsoft Flow. Today I’ve setup my first NAV Flow on Microsoft Flow and I wanted to share my steps with you.