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How to run NAV 2015 and NAV 2016 Administration tool side by side

Everyone would have installed NAV 2016 RTM and would have faced the same problem, i.e, you couldn't able to run NAV 2015 administration tool if you install NAV 2016. One way to use the services of NAV is using powershell. But, many people might not be familiar with commands of…
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XML with SQL Server

XML It is all about describing data. Below is a XML which describes Patient data. 1 1000001 Sion Cat An XML tag is not something predefined but it is something we have to define according to our needs. The XML document is self-explanatory, anyone can easily understand looking at the…
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Identifying Web Elements using Selenium Webdriver

What is Web Element? Anything present on the webpage is Web Element. Such as text box, button, link etc. Before performing any action in Selenium we should identify the Web Element using its characteristics given by the application developer with the help of HTML. What are the components of Web…
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What’s new: Extension for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

We all have seen the situation where we need to put in lot of efforts to modify the standard NAV object in order to run our custom add-on solutions with standard NAV codebase. With the frequent release of cumulative updates for NAV 2013 version onwards, maintaining and deploying the add-on…
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Material Design in Android – Working with Toolbar

Introduction to Material Design Material Design is a comprehensive guide for visual, motion and interaction design across platforms and devices. Material Design is the new “user experience philosophy” for Android apps. In this article we will take a look at the new Actionbar replacement called Toolbar. Toolbar A Toolbar is…
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Microsoft Azure : Creating JAVA application & configure

We will create Java web app in Azure App Service by using the Azure portal. The Azure portal is a web interface that we can use to manage Azure resources. Pre-requisite We require a Microsoft Azure Subscription. JAVA application options There are several ways we can set up Java application in an App…
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.Net with Windows Phone Developer

Working knowledge on HTML5 Working knowledge on JQuery Good written and oral communication Quick learner…
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IOS Developers

Working knowledge on HTML5 Working knowledge on JQuery Good written and oral communication Quick learner…
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Android Developer

Working knowledge on HTML5 Working knowledge on JQuery Good written and oral communication Quick learner…
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Microsoft Azure : Running JAVA Web Application using template

We will create Java web app in Azure App Service by using the Azure portal. The Azure portal is a web interface that we can use to manage Azure resources. Pre-requisite We require a Microsoft Azure Subscription. JAVA application options There are several ways we can set up Java application in an App…
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ELMAH Integration in ASP.NET MVC Application

ELMAH (Error Logging Modules And Handlers) What is ELMAH? ELMAH (Error Logging Modules and Handlers) is a series of HTTP modules and an HTTP handler that may be added to your ASP.NET web applications for the purpose of tracking unhandled exceptions. ELMAH provides access to view these errors by way of…
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Microsoft Azure : Running ASP.NET Web Application

Overview We will deploy ASP.NET web application to web apps in Azure App Service by using Visual Studio. In result, we will have simple web application up and running in cloud. Pre-requisite Visual Studio Microsoft Azure Subscription Setting up development environment To start, set up development environment by installing Azure SDK…
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Dependency Injection on SignalR

                                                       Dependency Injection on SignalR ​ This article shows how to perform dependency injection on SignalR hubs. Dependency injection is a way to remove hard-coded dependencies between objects, making it easier to replace an object’s dependencies, either for testing (using mock objects) or to change run-time behaviour. What is Dependency Injection?                                                                                                 …
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Microsoft Azure : Running Linux Virtual Machine

Creating an Azure VM that runs Linux is easy to do. We will use ssh public key file to secure our SSH connection to VM. We can also create Linux VM’s using our own images as templates. NOTE: We will create an Azure VM which is managed by Azure resource group. Pre-requisite…
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Create custom project templates in Visual Studio

Visual studio installation comes with the various predefined project templates, and we can use one of these templates (like console application, class library, ASP.NET web application, etc) to create a new project. We can create custom project templates and have they appear in create new project dialog under the project…
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Microsoft Azure : Running Windows Virtual Machine

How easy it is to create an Azure VM in just a few minutes. We’ll use Windows Server 2012 r2 Datacentre image but that’s just one of many images Azure offers. We can also create VM’s using our own images, with Resource Manager Templates or with automation tools. We will…
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Azure Consulting Service

We are Microsoft Cloud Solution Providers (CSP)  Canarys helps you achieve higher productivity, with cost effective solutions, reduced maintenance and better information flow leveraging Microsoft Azure Platform. Microsoft Azure offers wide spectrum of Services under Infrastructure, Platform & Software which are commonly known as IaaS, PaaS & SaaS. Sudden and…
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Identify and stop idle Dynamics NAV sessions using User Session Control Addon

Since the advent of RTC clients and 3-tier architecture of Dynamics NAV, it’s been a question in the minds of thousands of NAV developers as well as end-users, that how to find out the idle time of the users connected to the service tier. There were some add-on solutions available…
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WScript Sleep- Exercise Desktop Remainder

Introduction – WScript.Sleep   WScript.Sleep Suspend the execution of the current script for the specified number of milliseconds. Syntax: WScript.Sleep Time Arguments: Time is the delay in milliseconds. Example:                                               WScript.Sleep (10000) WScript.Echo (“10 Seconds have passed”) A script can force itself to pause by calling the WScript Sleep method. The…
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Setup Jenkins for VSO with TFVC

Jenkins provides an easy-to-use Continuous Integration method, making it easier for developers to integrate changes to the project. We can use Visual Studio Online (VSO) to store code and use Jenkins for Continuous Integration builds.  A Jenkins build can be triggered when code is checked into TFS with TFVC as…
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Autofill RecVariable Name in DynamicsNAV 2015

I discovered something quite interesting couple of week back and I thought it was worth sharing. When you create an object type variable in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 and you leave out the name then NAV will automatically suggest the name based on the subtype. So, when creating variables that are pages, records…
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Bugzilla to TFS Migrator (Part 1 of 4) – Introduction

Many of us have been big fans of Bugzilla and have been using it to track bugs for many years. Bugzilla was a great web based tool and helped immensely in managing defects found by the testing team. Though Bugzilla was great for bug tracking, it offered very little help…
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Bugzilla to TFS Migrator (Part 2 of 4) – Installation

This is the second part of the Bugzilla to TFS Migrator blog series covering the installation of the migration tool for migration from Bugzilla to TFS 2013. The Bugzilla to TFS Migrator tool is available for download from the link http://ecanarys.com/products/bugzilla-tfs-migrator on the Canarys website. Click on the “Click here…
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Bugzilla to TFS Migrator (Part 3 of 4) – Configuration

This is the third part of the Bugzilla to TFS Migrator blog series covering the configuration of the migration tool for migration from Bugzilla to TFS 2013. The Bugzilla to TFS Migrator tool requires few configurations to be completed, prior to use. One of the requirements is to have a…
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Bugzilla to TFS Migrator (Part 4 of 4) – Migration

This is the final part of the Bugzilla to TFS Migrator blog series covering the actual steps of migration from Bugzilla to TFS 2013. To initiate the migration, run the Bugzilla Migrator Tool. The Bugzilla URL will be picked from the information provided during the installation. Click on the button…
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Unit testing in .NET

Unit Testing – Explained A process which involves writing code to verify a system at a lower and more granular level is known as Unit Testing. Unit Testing gives us the ability to verify that our functions/methods work as expected. It is used by programmers for programmers. Unit tests are…
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Part 2 of KnockOut.js in Asp.Net

Computed Observables:                                             Functions which are dependent on one or more observables and will automatically update whenever any of the dependencies altered. Eg: If we want to display full name based on first name and last name then Step 1: Declare view model  function AppViewModel() {  this.firstName = ko.observable(‘Naresh’);  …
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TFS 2013 Build Template Customization

How to enable logging verbosity process parameter in build definition? Verbosity for a build will help us to debug the build results to see what exactly went into build. In TFS 2013, default build process template TfvcTemplate.12.xaml verbosity level is set to “Normal” by default and if we need to…
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