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三分钟建立云端NAV2013

2014年11月14日 评论已被关闭
  1. 登录到Windows Azure管理平台


     

  2. 选择新建计算机, 虚拟机


     

    接下来选择从库中创建


     

    在接下来的创建虚拟机四步骤中:

    第一步: 选择Dynamics NAV 2013 R2映像


     

    第二步: 输入虚拟机名称, 虚拟机的用户名和密码(注意, 用户名和密码是远程登陆使用的)


     

    第三步: 选择虚拟机的付款方式(订阅). 所在区域, 及开放端口(注意3389的公用端口会自动生成)


     

    第四步: 选择增值的第三方扩展. 如第三方管理和安全管理等.

    如果不安装这些扩展, 可以直接选择红圈标记的完成创建动作.


     

     

  3. 现在又返回到Windows Azure管理控制台, 在这里可以查看到NAVASIA正在创建中

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    点击下方的活动区域, 可以查看到当前的虚拟机活动状态


     

  5. 约三分钟后, 我们通过状态栏查看到NAVASIA已经创建完毕.

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  7. 接下来我们点击 NAVASIA, 打开虚拟机的状态监控仪表盘, 在右侧有显示DNS名称和公网IP地址. 请记住此信息.

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    本演示中, 获取到其公网IP为 23.99.102.215

    接着切换到端点, 可以查看到其远程桌面端口为55895. 请记录此信息.


     

  9. 现在使用本地计算机上的远程桌面管理软件, 输入地址 23.99.102.215:55893

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    在弹出的用户名密码中输入创建云端服务器环境中设置的用户名和密码.


     

    至此, 已经可以连接到云端服务器中. 如下图所示:


     

    桌面上已经安装并创建好NAV2013R2的服务器,RTC客户端, Web客户端, 开发环境

    我们的云端NAV ERP环境已经快速搭建好. 整个步骤在3分钟之内可以完成.


     


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Dynamics NAV 2013 基本功能介绍

2014年7月31日 评论已被关闭

时间: 2014年07月30日 晚20:00 – 21:30

地点: Zoom 868686 8888

内容: Dynamics NAV 2013 基本介绍

视频:

 

概要:
快捷键
输出报表
排序
查找

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Navision 2013安装与配置总结

2014年7月28日 评论已被关闭

在上次视频介绍中, 已经详细为大家介绍了Navision 2013的安装与配置, 下面做个简单总结.

1. 安装程序下载.
Navision 2013最早发布于2012年, 但其发布后问题也有若干, 最常见问题有RapidStart权限故障,翻译无法进行(2013R2最初发行版不能做翻译)等. 因此建议使用最新版本安装程序. 下面地址是来自于微软hotfix站点的Navision 2013在2014年6月初发布的完整安装版(同时包括hotfix)
http://hotfixv4.microsoft.com/Dynamics%20NAV%202013/latest/W1KB2971745/36919/free/475874_intl_i386_zip.exe

下载上述文件后, 解压到本地, 会查看到一个名为DVD_BUILD36919.zip的文件, 再次解压, 即是安装程序.

2. 安装过程
Navision 2013的安装程序同时包括了NST服务端,Development开发环境,RTC客户端,Web客户端,SharePoint集成,SQL2012Express等. 按照需要自行选择配置安装.
通常, 在Win7 64位以上的测试计算机上, 可以同时安装NST,Development,RTC客户端等. 对于SQL2012, 可以提前安装SQL2008R2 x64, 则无需系统自动安装2012.
在Win7 32位的测试计算机上, 则只能安装RTC客户端. 不能安装NST服务端.

3. 启动运行
默认选择NST, Development, RTC客户端的情况下, 安装完毕, 即可自动配置好整个环境. 运行RTC客户端就可以打开使用

4. 多语言包
对于语言包, 主要包括有NST, RTC, Web客户端的不同语言包. 自行翻译方式下, 语言包来自于微软PartnerSource站点上的PartnerTranslations. 解压后是一个.Net工程项目. 在VS2010下可以进行相应的翻译操作

5. 分布式与Cloud环境配置
通常分布式环境为一个DB, 多个NST服务端, RTC客户端连接到不同的NST服务端.
而Cloud环境主要是认证方式的差异.

以上为博主个人建议, 如有建议, 请博客留言或到Q群 29624829进行讨论.

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Dynamics NAV 2013 中文介绍

2014年7月17日 评论已被关闭

时间: 2014年07月16日 晚20:00 – 21:30

地点: Zoom 868686 8888

内容: Dynamics NAV 2013 中文介绍

视频:

交流概要:
1. 介绍NAV2013系统架构
2. 安装NAV2013
3. 管理工具
4. 开发平台
5. RTC客户端
6. 相关技巧

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Navision 2013 社区互动交流 – 云,移动平台,商务智能

2014年7月8日 评论已被关闭

在信息化技术飞速发展的今天, Navision在微软公司的引领下, 迎来跨时代的NAV 2013系列产品线. 支持云平台, 与Office365无缝集成, 移动平台也可以随心打造. 数据分析更是得心应手.

为了更好的向大家推开Navision 2013的运用, 社区也准备从2014年7月16日开始, 约定于每周星期三晚8:00-10:00举行在线交流讨论活动. 敬请各位参与互动交流.

本次社区交流将使用Zoom软件, 请大家提前下载好软件(支持Windows, MacOSX, Andriod, iOS等各个平台). 社区活动完毕后, 也将随后在线发布视频.

Zoom软件下载网址: http://zoom.us/
会议ID: 868686 8888
会议参与密码: 29624829
会议开放期间: 每周三晚 20:00-22:00
会议参与人数: <100人 (实时视频,屏幕分享交流)

本次社区交流为了各位能更好的互动交流, 建议大家提前准备好Navision 2013环境, 社区也将为大家准备一个云端服务器, 云端环境参与方式详见QQ群公告, 将一一回复给各位(社区开始交流后有效).

计划与进度表(持续更新中):

80438 Install and Configuration in Nav2013
2014年07月16日 课程1 系统架构,NST,RTC的安装与配置

以上维护支持类课程都从0起步, 循序渐进, 重在交流沟通与实践. 欢迎大家随时光临我们博客了解最新情况与课程信息.

本次社区互动交流视频将在Youtube, Youku, Sohu上同步发布, 下面是Youtube频道地址, 敬请各位知悉.
Youtube 频道地址: http://www.youtube.com/user/navisionERP/videos?view=0

本次社区互动交流相关软件与资料在Baidu网盘上发布, 下面是Baidu网盘地址.
Baidu 网盘频道地址: http://pan.baidu.com/share/home?uk=2919499591&view=sell

如果各位朋友需要现场面授, 请点击查看详情.

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Navision 2013各种登录方式

2014年4月26日 评论已被关闭

从2013版本开始, 系统将只存在RTC和Web客户端, 支持多种登录方式, 其中, 2013支持(NavUser/Windows User), 2013FP1/2013R2支持(NavUser/Windows User/Office 365 User)登录, 那么如何搭建环境并进行多个登录方式的配置呢?

下面为大家简单搭配一个本地开发环境与基于Navision的NavUser模式并行的登录方式配置.
1. 安装Navision2013, 配置NST的认证类型为Windows, RTC Client访问端口为8051
2. 新建NST, 并配置NST的认证类型为NavUser, 配置证书指纹, RTC Client访问端口为7046
3. 服务器上直接运行RTC, 直接连接到8051/NavDev, 则进入开发环境, 建立NavUser和Windows用户并分配权限
4. 远端用户安装CA证书, 并配置RTC客户端认证跟证书. 启动并连接到7041/Nav71, 系统弹出NavUser的用户名和密码登记对话框

经过上述配置, 我们完成了同一数据库的多种登录方式配置, 其中Office 365用户远端登录配置参考配置手册.

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Navision 2013恢复数据库

2014年4月8日 评论已被关闭

在2013W1版本中, 默认恢复的数据库由于权限问题并不能直接启动RTC连接, 解决方法如下:

1. 设置NST服务的运行帐号具备数据库datareader,datawriter,ddladmin权限(通常, NST服务运行帐号是Network Service)
2. 创建Schema [$ndo$navlistener], 并分配给NST服务运行帐号权限
3. 设置NST服务运行帐号的默认Schema为[$ndo$navlistener]
简单脚本如下:
–This is copyright by Yeats.
–服务运行帐号可以在Mirosoft Dynamics NAV Server的NST列表中Service Account列查看到.
–添加登录和数据库的datareader,datawriter,ddladmin权限
CREATE USER [NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE] FOR LOGIN [NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE]
GO
EXEC sp_addrolemember N’db_datareader’, N’NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE’
GO
EXEC sp_addrolemember N’db_datawriter’, N’NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE’
GO
EXEC sp_addrolemember N’db_ddladmin’, N’NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE’
GO
–创建Schema并授权
CREATE SCHEMA [$ndo$navlistener] AUTHORIZATION [NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE]
GO
–设置默认Schema
ALTER USER [NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE] WITH DEFAULT_SCHEMA=[$ndo$navlistener]
GO

2013R2版本经过上述SQL命令运行后, 就已经可以在Navision Classic开发客户端中查看到相应的NST了.

但2013W1版本如果不使用默认的NST, 还需要为NST配置Http NameSpace及相应执行权限才能正常使用NST. 关于此项配置, 可以邮件联系我获取更详细解决方案和用法.

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Navision 2013中RapidStart服务应用与Bug修复

2014年3月29日 评论已被关闭

在Navision 2013中, 开始启用了RapidStart服务, 用以取代2009/5.0版本中的Data Migration.
敏捷部署在整个系统实施周期中, 可以为快速搭建环境做准备. 如主数据导入/导出, 开账数据准备, 业务数据准备等. 在2013R2中, RapidStart服务尤其重要, 因为本版本不再提供fbk备份和恢复, 如果需要建立测试帐套, 则使用RapidStart是非常快速的部署工具.

不过由于Navision 2013发布的关系, RapidStart服务在使用中均存在不同程度的故障, 下面简单描述修复方案.

1. RapidStart建立并配置以后, 却报授权错误无法再次打开并应用, 建议打补丁到最新版本. (2013W1更新到3月的Hotfix后, 就已经解决此问题)

2. RapidStart包导出后无法导入. 这里简单描述下这个包的原理, 其实这个包是一个zip压缩文件, 其内容是xml. 导出包会由系统自动完成输出并压缩成zip格式文件. 不过由于字符集的原因, zip文件头有稍微一些差别. 那么会造成系统在读入的时候无法进行识别, 简单解决方案是在Codeunit 8619的IsGZip(FilePath : Text)判断文件头函数中, 将文件头标志的31 (1F) / 239 (EF) 判断改为 Exit(True);

3. RapidStart服务无法启动, 不能使用, 建议配置默认角色为Rapid角色. 重新启动即可使用敏捷部署.

在敏捷部署过程中, 大家有什么相关的问题, 也欢迎到群里进行讨论.

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Navision 25th 25周年记 – 祝贺

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Navision从1984年诞生, 到2012年12月, 已经完美服役了25周年, 还将焕发更多活力. — Navision Asia Team祝贺.

下面内容摘自博客, 欢迎转载和翻译.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV celebrates its 25th anniversary. I joined the NAV world just two years after, in 1989. I urge you to comment on this article if you have additional fun or interesting facts to share. My main experience comes from servicing international customers with NAV, but I did have my 2 years at Navision Software and was a part of the Navision Financials/Windows 95 launch.

Here’s the full story in brief from the very beginning in the early 1980’s.

It began in 1984 with Pc Plus

In 1984 Jesper Balser, Peter Bang and Torben Wind were still students at Technical University of Denmark (known as DTU today) when they released PC Plus. PC Plus earned great success because of its simplicity and ease of use. Rumors say that they also were considering developing an ironing machine for shirts, but they decided for the IT-way, which was a clever choice.

Finance, warehouse, debit and credit: Everything a trader needs is in place in the first version. The program is however only a single-user solution. Despite its limitations, PC Plus is actually still used today in some small businesses. Quite amazing for a piece of computer software.

In 1987 NAV is born

In 1987, the three young IT engineers are ready to conquer the world. Together with IBM, they launch the first version of NAV (IBM-NAVIGATOR) – later also to be called:
• NAVIGATOR
• NAVISION
• A/Vista
• NAVISION ATTAIN
• NAVISION FINANCIALS
• Microsoft Business Solutions – Navision
• Microsoft Business Solutions – NAV
• Microsoft Dynamics NAV

(If any names are forgotten it’s not intentionally)

Think of it. Nowadays NAV is actually older than many of the people using it.

As the first ERP software in the world to utilize the client-server technology it was already from the beginning a state-of-the-art piece of software and the application was built on top of a genius native database. Us old-timers remember having explained “Optimistic Concurrency” about a million times.

NAV was sold in Denmark through IBM dealers with IBM as the exclusive distributor. I remember one of the first NAV campaigns run under the theme “The Beauty of Simplicity” picturing Einstein on public busses and in large newspaper ads in Copenhagen. The manual (handbook) had a brown leather cover that would fit into any retro English business club. You got the full software on 4 (later 2) floppy discs, which was quite convenient because to download over a 9.6 baud modem would’ve been a nightmare.

Several years later, Navision started distribution on its own, taking care of both development and sales. But NAV had already quickly become one of the leading financial systems in Denmark, yet competing head on with Concorde (which later became Microsoft Dynamics AX).

NAV was designed to manage financial, customer/vendor, product overviews and billing. The system simply made it possible to continuously keep track of whether your business earned money. Prior to that, businesses had to save and go through documents and invoices physically, to keep track of projects and business issues.

1990 The expansion of NAV

1990 was the year where we saw the release of the earliest iteration of how we know NAV today.

One of the major changes to the software was its ability to allow users to make major modifications to the software due to the introduction of an application language, or AL. This opportunity to make changes and new modules inside NAV is the foundation for the more than 1500 vertical and add/on solutions available today.

Iterations went from 1.X through 3.X by the late 1990′s. Version 2.X brought the ability to utilize SQL Servers as the RDBMS. Version 3.X was a critical release for North America as it initiated the process of combining the Navision Financial Management, Distribution, and Manufacturing Databases into one single Database. Other notable advances in Version 3.X were the combination of Canadian and U.S. databases into one, as well as the addition of unlimited dimensions building on a truly relational chart of accounts
NAV arrived in North America in 1994 as a DOS-based system called A/Vista.

Coming back to the design of the manuals, the brown leather was now replaced with artwork by the famous Danish designer Arnoldi: two blue colors representing the horizon between water and the sky .

NAV was also supported on a number of Unix platforms, IBM’s AIX platform actually worked really well with NAV. There was also an idea to run NAV on IBM’s AS/400 in an AIX emulator, but it was never pursued as a go to market offering.

1995: NAV is given a graphical user interface Windows 95 compliant

In 1995 Navision Software and Microsoft joined forces around the release of Windows 95 and the first Windows based version of NAV. The first edition was called Financials – like Oracle’s competing ERP solution. NAV was the first piece of ERP software that was certified by Microsoft for Windows 95. Navision Financials 1.0 could also run under Windows 3.11. There were many jokes and circulating questioning on why bookkeeping with a graphical user interface and a mouse should be more effective than using the keyboard and short-keys.

The User Interface Designer and Project Manager Jakob Nielsen was responsible for making NAV compliant with the Windows 95 GUI standards. Jakob was very thorough and at the launch of the Windows based NAV version he handed over a monster thick report to Microsoft detailing where Microsoft did not meet their own standards. And what is Jakob Nielsen doing today¬? He is Principle User Experience Manager at Microsoft Cooperation – and by the way he is always volunteering at Microsoft Convergence and WPC for community work, but that’s another story.

In parallel with the ongoing updates of the product, resellers started making their own solutions based on NAV. It was also around this time that the cooperation with IBM ended and Navision Software established their own distribution company in Denmark, and distributors were added in several countries (they were called Navision NTR’s).

In 1999, the newest version of NAV presented the option to use Microsoft SQL database as an alternative to the Native database. A few years later, this turned out to be a really good idea!

Throughout the rest of the decade, newer versions of NAV were released, continuing to improve upon its simplicity and performance.

The product could also handle production management, making it attractive for larger customers – also outside Denmark. “Dimensions” were introduced to the product, allowing customers to analyze their business across departments or job functions. Also the core of the program – the database – was continuously optimized to run even faster. Partners now started implementing solutions for up to 100 or more users and in many more geographies, which was added continuously.

New millennium

The next year, Navision Software merged with Damgaard, a Danish competing company whose system Axapta was born and built on SQL database (and Oracle). NavisionDamgaard was merged to bring together Damgaard’s high-end Axapta capabilities with Navision’s strong international channel and beauty of simplicity.

The 2001 release of NAV, marketed under the name Attain included a CRM function, so users could now manage the entire customer side including sales and service. In addition, the program could also support production management. With these evolutions, the solution reached out to more and more customers on the international markets. For the first time, NAV could officially be referred to as an ERP system.

The international business with NAV was growing fast and Partner Power was founded in 2001 as the first and is still the only Microsoft Dynamics partner with a dedicated focus on international Dynamics implementations in more than 50 countries.

Microsoft era
In 2002, Microsoft acquired NavisionDamgaard. In the autumn of the same year Microsoft Business Solutions – Navision 3.70 was released.

Microsoft Dynamics
Microsoft Business Solutions – Navision 4.0 was then released with a menu structure looking very much like the Outlook menu.

In 2007, Navision 5.0 is now known as the NAV part of Microsoft’s ERP portfolio – with a strong Danish participation in the form of XAL, C5 (DK only), NAV and the former Damgaard Axapta product, under the name AX is aimed towards enterprise customers.

The other products in the Microsoft Dynamics family are Great Plains (GP) and Solomon (SL), which are mainly targeting the US and English speaking markets – and Dynamics CRM.

Development environments are now focused in the direction of Microsoft SQL database, and each of the products are framed by a Product Roadmap that is bringing an overall long term MS planning to each of the products.

NAV 2009 – the Role Tailored client

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 release was promoted big time for the new role based client, where each user desktop is adapted to the function they have in the company. At the same time, there is increasingly better integration between NAV and programs in the Office suite.

Partners and users have however been reluctant to take advantage of the Role Tailored client holding on to the classic client. But those days are over with the NAV 2013 release where only the RTC user interface is available in the full client version.

Where the original database was tailored to find data – and therefore lightning fast – the native database came short in the long run because it was less suitable for integration with the Microsoft stack.

But NAV has provided 25 years of dedicated service from the good old DOS days to a fully integrated web application soon to move into the cloud on Azure we all believe.

The future

Microsoft has geared up to deliver a major release every year. They are re-activating partners in many of the countries to deliver localizations under the PLLP framework. And NAV will for sure soon be available in the cloud.

As an NAV professional that has been on board almost from the start, I can only say that the many years with NAV has given me a life full of joy and an opportunity to work with some of the brightest people in IT and Business Management.

Thank you all NAV old-timers; Users who have NAV as their daily work tool, the certified professionals that sometimes work really long hours to get the system ready for the planned go-live, and to Microsoft for continuing to invest in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

I am half way through my working life with NAV and I hope that I can retire in 23 years from now and rest assured that NAV is not getting older, only better. “Like” this article to say “Congratulations NAV”.

None of Navision’s founders are working in Microsoft anymore.

博文作者介绍:

Henning

Henning is Vice President and Senior Executive Advisor at Partner Power International. Having worked with Microsoft Dynamics since 1989 Henning is a seasoned professional with international experience from more than 200 Microsoft Dynamics projects completed all over the world. He is a methodology expert and recognized as one of the leading innovators by consistently improving how Microsoft Dynamics can be utilized in international organizations. Henning has an impressive track record from various management positions within the MS partner organization and is now working at Partner Power International heading the global customer engagement organization.

原博文地址:
http://www.partnerpowerinternational.com/blog/nav-turned-25-years-congratulations

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Navision2013技巧之复制与粘贴

2012年6月7日 没有评论

在Nav2013Beta版本中, 带来了很多新改变, 下面将为大家介绍一个技巧, 也是一个改变.

大家都知道, 在Navision Classic客户端支持同一个Table, 在同一个客户端中进行复制/粘贴. 可以进行数据交换,而这个功能在Nav2009 RTC中不存在.  在Nav2013中, 这项功能又回来了,并进行了大大增强.

下面的内容大家可以跟着我一起尝试:

1. 打开Excel, 没错, 就是打开Excel.
2. 建立下面的表格.

Item 1000
Resource LINDA

3. Nav2013 Win Client中创建新的销售订单.
4. 在Excel中复制上面建立的表格.
5. 在销售订单行上执行 Paste Rows.


现在看看结果, 是不是复制了Excel的内容到Navision 2013客户端中?

瞧, 这就是Navision 2013中的新功能, 非常漂亮. 从此, 你真的不再需要dataport了.

 

此文基于Kine博客翻译, 大家也可以浏览原博客.

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