Category: Knowledge Base

Installing objects in ForNAV ISV granule area

When installing the ForNAV objects in the ForNAV ISV granule (6188500 Reports ForNAV) area, you are not able to import a txt-file unless you already have the objects in your database. Below you will find “blank” ForNAV objects for NAV 2016, NAV 2017, NAV 2018 and Business Central. You need to import these into your

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Upgrading to a new ForNAV version

This will show you how to upgrade your existing ForNAV reports to run on a newer ForNAV version. If you receive a new version for ForNAV, you often want your existing ForNAV reports to run on the new version. This can be done in two different ways depending on how many of your reports you

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Installing standard reports in ForNAV

Installing standard reports in ForNAV To install standard reports in ForNAV: In the Reports ForNAV Designer, click New, and in the Gallery select the ForNAV Report Pack. Alternatively, you can visit this website: http://bit.ly/ForNAVReportPack. NOTE The Gallery works on ForNAV 3.0.0.1279 and higher, and on Dynamics NAV 2016 and higher. Define the following four parameters:

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Errors and Solutions

This page will list errors seen in past versions and hints on how to fix or work around these problems. Business Central Shows: A call to ForNav.Report_6_0_0_2068.Post failed with this message: Method not found: ‘Void DevExpress.Pdf.PdfGraphics.DrawPageContent(DevExpress.Pdf.PdfPage)’ German: Fehler bei einem Aufruf von ForNAV.Report.Print mit folgender Meldung: Methode nicht gefunden: “Void DevExpress.Pdf.PdfGraphics.DrawPageContent(DevExpress.Pdf.PdfPage)”. Reason: Business Central is unable to

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Which version of ForNAV am I using?

Since version 2 of Reports ForNAV, you can have multiple versions of the product installed and in use at the same time. This means that your reports can use different versions of the ForNAV add-in. If you want to know which version you are using for a specific report, you can look in a couple

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Printer troubleshooting

Working with printers is known to cause headaches. Both connection and performance can be difficult to get right. The mix of printers, printer ports, spooler services, print servers, security, and drivers sometimes makes it difficult to locate the problem. Here are some general hints and guide lines to help you if you experience problems: Make sure that

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Introduction to JavaScript

With ForNAV, we have introduced the option of using JavaScript as a supplement to writing C/AL code in reports. As JavaScript is new to most Dynamics NAV developers and consultants, we have provided some inspiration to get you started: Our webinar on YouTube, which focuses on the possibilities with JavaScript in the ForNAV Designer. You

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NAV License Requirements

To take advantage of the entire feature set in ForNAV, and design report objects with the ForNAV Designer, you must have access in the Dynamics NAV license to export and import text objects. If you use the Open Designer option on the request page, you must have export/import permissions in the NAV license that is

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How to add a PDF document to a Sales Invoice

Sometimes you might want to add an existing PDF to a Sales Invoice or Purchase Order, for example, to print assembly instructions or legal conditions. You can do this using the advanced PDF features that ForNAV provides with BullZip. Step 1 – Install BullZip You can download and install BullZip from http://www.bullzip.com/. License for Bullzip

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Data Execution Prevention (DEP)

We have observed that the Windows feature called Data Execution Prevention (DEP) can crash programs that use Microsoft.NET components. So far, this behavior has been isolated to Windows Server 2008 R2. If you experience that using of ForNAV is crashing your server or your client on Windows Server 2008 R2, you should try turning DEP off

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