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Setup Send Documents by Email in Madeira

To enable emails from within Project “Madeira”, start the Set Up Email assisted setup on the Home page. We have already seen this in our previous post, you can find it here.

To offer your customers to pay for sales electronically using a payment service, such as PayPal, you can also have the PayPal information and hyperlink inserted in the email body. We have already covered this in our previous post, you can find it here.

From all supported documents, you initiate emailing by choosing the Send action, on posted documents, or the Post and Send action, on non-posted documents.

Let us Setup document-specific email body for sales invoices.

From the search page find Report Selections Sales:

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Fill the Value as shown in below screen in same sequence.

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If you want to offer customers to pay for sales electronically, you can set up the related payment service, such as PayPal, and then have the PayPal information and hyperlink inserted in the email body as well. We have already covered this in our previous post, you can find it here.

Will come up with more details & feature explaination in my upcomming posts.

 

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Page Properties Not Supported by Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Client

Most page properties that are supported in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client are also supported in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client.

There are some properties that are not supported by Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client and other properties that are either partially supported or behave differently in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client.

Unsupported Properties

The properties that are not supported by the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client. When a page that contains an unsupported property is displayed in a browser, the property is ignored. You do not receive an error but the property does not affect the page.

  • ChartPartID Property
  • ColumnSpan Property
  • ControlAddin Property
  • FreezeColumnID Property
  • RowSpan Property
  • RefreshOnActivate Property
  • ShowAsTree Property
  • Style Property
  • StyleExpr Property
  • SystemPartID Property

Partially Supported Properties

The properties that either do not have all the capabilities in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client as they do in Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client or they behave differently than in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client.

  • AssistEdit Property
  • DrillDown Property
  • DrillDownPageID Property
  • GroupType Property
  • Importance Property
  • IndentationControls Property
  • PageType Property
  • PartType Property

Functions Not Supported by Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Client

Below is the lists the C/AL functions and data types that are not supported or partially supported by Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client.

Unsupported Functions

Functions that are not supported by the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client. If you use a function that is not supported, an error occurs at runtime.

  • CREATE Function (Automation)
  • ISCLEAR Function (Automation)
  • ACTIVATE Function (Debugger)
  • UPDATE Function (Dialog)

Partially Supported Functions

Functions that either do not have all the capabilities in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client as they do in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client or they behave differently than in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client.

  • DOWNLOAD Function (File)
  • DOWNLOADFROMSTREAM Function (File)
  • HYPERLINK Function
  • PREVIEW Function (Report)
  • PRINTONLYIFDETAIL Function (Report)
  • REPORT.RUN Function
  • REPORT.RUNMODAL Function
  • UPLOAD Function (File)
  • UPLOADINTOSTREAM Function (File)

Learning .NET Framework interoperability by Example

Today we will discuss an example which uses .NET Framework interoperability to display headlines from the RSS feed of my site https://msdynamicsnavashwinitripathi.wordpress.com/

This example accesses classes in the System.XML assembly that is found in Global Assembly Cache.

Today’s example uses .NET Framework interoperability to display headlines from an RSS feed from my blog site, which has the following URL:

https://msdynamicsnavashwinitripathi.wordpress.com/feed/

We will use members of the System.XML assembly, which is part of the Microsoft .NET Framework class library and is installed in the global assembly cache.

Let’s start with creating a table to store the value of feeds as below:

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Save your Table.

Next we will be creating a codeunit that has the following local variables:

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Variable name DataType SubType
xml DotNet ‘System.Xml, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089’.System.Xml.XmlDocument
items DotNet ‘System.Xml, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089’.System.Xml.XmlNodeList
I Integer
title DotNet ‘System.Xml, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089’.System.Xml.XmlNode
FeedTable Record DotNetInteroperability

After you create the codeunit, add a function LoadFeed and add below code to it:

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xml := xml.XmlDocument();

xml.Load(‘https://msdynamicsnavashwinitripathi.wordpress.com/feed/?format=xml’);

items := xml.SelectNodes(‘/rss/channel/item’);

FOR i := 0 TO items.Count – 1 DOBEGIN

title := items.Item(i).SelectSingleNode(‘title/text()’);

FeedTable.INIT;    FeedTable.”Topic ID” := i + 1;

FeedTable.”Topic Description” := title.Value;

IF NOT FeedTable.INSERT THEN

FeedTable.MODIFY;

END;

MESSAGE(‘Loading of Feeds Done.’);

Save your codeunit.

To see the example in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client, you will now create an action on a page that opens the codeunit.

Create a Page as below:

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Create below Variable of codeunit created above:

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Create below Page Actions:

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Write a code for Load Feed Action as:

DotNetInteroperability.LoadFeed;

Save your Page.

Now Run this Page:

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Click the Action Load Feed created above.

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Respond OK to see the feeds loaded. Make sure your internet connection is operational as it directly fetch the Live feed from Internet.

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In this case it will Load 50 Posts headings as this feed provides 50 as output, different feeds may return different numbers mostly 10-20 posts.

Using above logic you can create any such functionality and add value to your customers.

Thanks for going through this post, hopefully you may have earned some fruitful Tips.

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Your response to my posts will keep motivating me for helping the community.

Important

Most of the contents you find in this blog will be either inherited from MSDN or Navision Developer IT Pro Help. Some places images are also directly taken from these sites. Purpose is simple to try those stuffs and re-produce adding few things as per my understanding to make easy understanding for others and quick reference.

Here nothing under my own brand or authorship of the content. At any point of time we are just promoting Microsoft stuffs nothing personnel with same.

Hope stuffs used here will not violate any copyright agreement with them. In case by mistake or in-intestinally it happens and the Microsoft feels these should not be used Microsoft have full right to inform me about same and will be glad to take down any such content which may be violating the norms.

Purpose is to promote Navision and share with community.

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