NAV2009: Service Pack 1 Allgemeine Details(Teil II)



Database Options in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1

Today, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 contains two database stacks: The Classic Client working on either the native NAV database or Microsoft SQL Server database, and the RoleTailored Client with new the user experience working only on the Microsoft SQL Server database. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 will include both stacks as well; however, Microsoft SQL Server is the preferred database for Microsoft Dynamics NAV in all future releases. Therefore, we recommend that existing customers and partners consider this when they are planning an upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 or NAV ?7.

Reporting Enhancements in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1

With Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 we will also focus on making reports even more dynamic. It will be possible to drill through to a report from a report based on a filter. For example, it will be possible to drill through from a pie chart and open a new report filtered on the section clicked in the pie chart. This will give customers even more insight into calculations and how data and information are related and calculations as well as provide a more in-depth reporting experience. Another new reporting capability will be Paging. When reports are executed these will now be sent in chunks to the requesting client. This impacts the memory footprint on the server dramatically, when a large report is executed, as memory consumption will be moved to the client enabling a higher performance of the server system.

Productivity Improvements for Customers in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 provides significant productivity improvements for customers as we have improved the following areas:

Scenario Description : Data Entry Enhanced Keyboard Interaction; Auto-complete of partial value; Next and previous record; In cell calculator; Copy Previous Value; Copy Cell Value; Matrix forms

Page Search : Provide the user with the ability to search for a given page

Table Text: Table Text

Filtering in Matrix: forms One-page data entry Pages, In-Matrix Editing, Filter (changes) & Refresh

User Defined Views : Allow the user to save a given filtered list as a view on the Navigation Pane

User Configuration : Add a splitter control that allows the user to configure the minimum number of lines that should be displayed on the screen when entering orders

Progress indicators: Provide the user with visual indicators when the system is busy progressing data

Data Emphasis : Support the ability to emphasize data in the RoleTailored client through visual affects like colors and bold typeface

Productivity Improvements for Partners in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 specifically provides productivity improvements for partners with the following highlights:

Scenario Description

Improved import support for COM : Enable fob import without COM type libraries required on the client performing the import

Client extensibility developer tools : Allow partners to add custom controls to the

RoleTailored Client by providing C/SIDE tools for extending the client

Integrate visual elements: Provide the ability for partners to integrate custom visual elements into pages in the RoleTailored Client

Edit and run on pages from C/SIDE Pages: Improved developer experience for Pages

Data Zoom in the new client : Debugging: Implement the data zoom functionality that was previously available in the Classic Client

Additional Quality Improvements Planned for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1

In addition to these productivity gains – we also plan to make a number of enhancements and fixes that will ensure an even higher quality

Scenario Description

Time Zones : Allow connections across multiple time zones

Improve NAV Server: Enhanced streaming

Scalability and performance : Reduce resource consumption for the NAV Server and improve overall performance of the NAV server

Jobs Enhanced: Purchase Order integration for Jobs

VAT Regulatory: features for several countries; VAT 1:1 relationship between VAT and G/L

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