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Navision RTC How to place the Actions in the pages to new category

Hi all, Instead of placing the actions in the standard categories like New, Process and Report, you can also place your action to your own categories. The following steps will show the process with an example: 1) In the object designer, design the page 30 Item Card. 2) Move to the last blank line in the page. 3) Go to the Actions using View Actions. 4) Go to the properties of the Action you want to move to the new Category.     Change the following properties:           Promoted to Yes           PromotedCategory to Category4 .           *Category 4 to 10 are available in the NAV 2009 SP1, other than the standard categories like New, Report and Report.           PromotedIsBig to Yes/No(as required) 5) Go to the Page properties and change the PromotedActionCategoriesML property value like below:      ENU=New,Process,Report,New Category First three values should be same like New, Process, Report and from there you can give your own name. If you change these values s

Navision Page Property InstructionalTextML

Hi all, Navision Page Property InstructionalTextML. Used For Declares the multi-language text label that will be displayedon the page before any other user interface element. It only has effect on ConfirmationDialog type Pages . Example - PAGE 343. The Label for the Page - "The quantity on inventory is not sufficient to cover the net change in inventory. Do you still want to record the quantity?" is set as the value of InstructionalTextML property of Page. Thanks & Regards, Saurav Dhyani

Configure SQL Server Agent Mail to Use SQL Mail.

Hi all, This topic describes how to use SQL Server Management Studio to set up SQL Server Agent Mail to use SQL Mail. Before you can use SQL Mail, you must enable SQL Mail and set up a mail profile. SQL Mail can be enabled by opening the Properties dialog box from the SQL Mail node, by using the Surface Area Configuration facet of Policy-Based Management, or by the using the sp_configure stored procedure.

Schedule a database backup operation by using SQL Server Management Studio in SQL Server

To schedule a database backup operation by using SQL Server Management Studio in SQL Server, follow these steps: 1) Start SQL Server Management Studio. 2) In the Connect to Server dialog box, click the appropriate values in the Server type list, in the Server name list, and in the Authentication list. 3) Click Connect.