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Live Report from the Wrong Side of the Track

Dynamics 365 Business Central Partners: Transforming Existing ISV Solutions Senior PrintVis Consultant Kit Tomshøj brings a LIVE report to you from the "wrong (side of the) track." Day 1 I am misplaced – I’ll admit it. At Microsoft Development Center in Copenhagen, Denmark, I am sitting in sessions under the headline track: Transforming Existing ISV [...]

Tip of the Week #187 – TempBLOB

Tip of the Week #187 - TempBLOB Developer Rikard Hult brings us this week's tech tip. The table TempBLOB has some great functions that could be used to store and read data into BLOB fields. And it's easy to use! Forget instream and outstream and other complex methods. Step 1. Create a table with a [...]

Tip of the Week #186 – Show Item Lines on Job Ticket

Tip of the Week #186 - Show Item Lines on Job Ticket This week Senior Consultant Jörg Hüner brings us a very useful tip for customizing job tickets in the PrintVis system. Did you know that your calculation details can be configured to show up on the job ticket? Click each screenshot for a better [...]

Tip of the Week #185 – Change a User’s Password in Azure

Tip of the Week #185 - Change a User's Password in Azure Senior Consultant Lutz Schmieder brings us a quick but highly-useful tip this week. Change the password for a User on Azure Search Page Select “Change Password” Web Client: 2. Windows Client: Select the user Change it in the following input page: Danke schön, [...]

Tip of the Week #184 – Tricky Conditions in IF Statements

Tip of the Week #184 - Tricky Conditions in IF Statements Project Manager Torben Nielsen has a tip of the week with a specific target audience: Developers at a level of beginner to intermediate. Sometimes you need to have more than one condition in your IF statement. Normally you will just add a AND or [...]

Tip of the Week #183 – Using Recommended Extensions in your AL Programming within VS Code

Tip of the Week #183 - Using Recommended Extensions in Your AL Programming Within VS Code Developer Christian Mütze brings us this week's tip - along with a nice video supplement! When working in teams on a project, it is quite handy to work with the same extensions or better, to make sure, that all have [...]

Tip of the Week #182 – Integrated Fields

Tip of the Week #182 - Integrated Fields in PrintVis There are many integrated user fields - also known as optional fields - in PrintVis. We provide these as tables with up to 10 available fields each. This is because there are times when a customer needs an extra field on a case card, or [...]

Tip of the Week #181 – Check the Weather Forecast When You Travel

Tip of the Week #181 - Check the Weather Forecast When You Travel Senior Consultant Dennis André Thomsen braved the frozen climes of the northeastern U.S. for this week's tip.  This week being on site with a customer for their upcoming Go-Live with PrintVis, a massive forecast snowstorm went over land. This in itself is [...]

Tip of the Week #180 – New Year’s Resolutions

Tip of the Week #180 - New Year’s Resolutions Sales Manager John Mullins brings us some positive motivation to start 2019.   It’s the time of year when we all make those promises to ourselves…to lose weight, make more money, spend more time on the important things, not get upset with the little things - the list goes on and [...]

Tip of the Week #179 – Check Out Print Sample TV

Tip of the Week #179 - Check Out Print Sample TV Marketing Coordinator Michael Bradley returns again this week to share a recent Youtube series that spotlights some of the very latest in printing technologies. I've met Pat McGrew at more than one print trade show in the U.S. - and I can tell you [...]

Tip of the Week #178 – Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central vs. QuickBooks

Tip of the Week #178 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central vs. QuickBooks  Marketing Coordinator Michael Bradley explores some of the key differences between two accounting software systems in this week's tip. PrintVis was developed to work for any size or type of print company, but in fact most printers fall into the “SMB” (small-to-medium) [...]

Tip of the Week #177 – Common Sense with Change Log

Tip of the Week #177 - Common Sense with Change Log Developer Rikard Hult returns this week with a valuable tip about the Change Log - don't let it become a data behemoth! The Change Log is a powerful tool for keeping track of who changed what in the system. But - it can also [...]