Category: Knowledge Base

Automatic selection of bank accounts in Business Central reports

In ForNAV 7.1 and higher, it is possible to set different purposes for your bank accounts and to generate your reports with the right bank account number automatically. The Bank Account Selections function works on the following tables: “Sales Header” “Sales Shipment Header” “Sales Invoice Header” “Sales Cr.Memo Header” “Return Shipment Header” “Return Receipt Header”

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Direct Print and Follow-Me Printing

Do you want to use ForNAV Direct Print with a Follow-Me print solution? Here is a helpful hint on how to successfully combine the two. You might find it challenging because the Follow-Me print software typically uses the user ID on the print job to determine where to send it. Unfortunately, with the service-based edition

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Install the ForNAV Report Service on Docker

With the new addition of the Report Service, you also need to install it when you want to run ForNAV in a Dockerized Business Central installation. To do this you: Build your Business Central container but open port 8080 as well. Copy the ForNAV installer and the universal code extension files Install the ForNAV Report

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Error when using ForNAV DLL with Business Central 22

Sometimes users will get the following error message when trying to run a report: Could not load file or assembly ‘System.Windows.Forms, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture—neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089’. The system cannot find the file specified. The error occurs for users who use the DLL version of ForNAV and it happens because Microsoft has stopped supporting .net framework DLLs from

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Add assembly lines to any Business Central report

With the release of ForNAV 7.x.x.x, you can now add assembly lines (Bill of Material or BOM) to several standard ForNAV reports. Adding assembly lines works for the following tables: “Sales Line” “Sales Invoice Line” “Sales Shipment Line” To add assembly lines to a ForNAV report, you must edit the report and add the AssemblyLine

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ForNAV Direct Print Infrastructure

Direct Print consists of three ways of sending print jobs directly to a printer in Business Central. They are named Server Print, Service Print, and Client Print. Server Print Server Print is only supported in on-premise environments. Here, the Business Central service tier communicates directly with the printer. This requires that the printer is connected

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Add a repeater on your report

Add a repeater on your report In some cases, it is necessary to add a repeater to your Business Central reports. For instance, if you want to print one label for each item of quantity on your Sales Order. We have created the Repeater Line temporary table for this reason.   Usage scenario 1 –

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How to fill temporary tables in AL-code and use them in custom layouts

In the ForNAV Designer, you can add new data items to a layout without modifying the underlying AL-code. This has the benefit of easy deployment and maintenance, because the changes only exist in custom layout, which is data and not code. Data items require temporary tables to run and custom AL-logic to fill up the

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Upgrade ForNAV OnPrem from DLL to Universal Code

This article describes upgrading ForNAV on-premise from DLL to Universal Code. Universal code extensions are extensions that are optimized to run on cloud and don’t use DLLs, the local file system, and other features that are only accessible for on-premise extensions. PLEASE NOTE! You need to upgrade ForNAV to Universal Code before upgrading to BC22.

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Paper Sources and ForNAV Direct Print

The preferred way to control the paper tray used when printing from Business Central is to use the paper source setting on a direct printer definition. In the list of ForNAV direct printers, you can select the Printer Specific paper source and then choose from the list of available paper sources for the printer: The

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