Skip to main content

How to Create Navision Developer Toolkit Database?

Hi all,

In previous post we had seen how to install developer toolkit.

Now for performing any action in developer toolkit we require a developer toolkit database.


1. Developer Toolkit Database Support Specific Version of Database Created. Please use correct NAV Version for creating database.

 NDT 3.1 - NAV 2009.
 NDT 2.93 - NAV 4SP3.

* You can find details about database version in PDF that comes with Setup.

Let's see how to create a developer toolkit database.

1. Open Navision Client and create a new database.
(Native & SQL both databases are supported by Developer toolkit).

In my Case NDT Version is 3.01, so i will be creating database in NAV Version - 6.0 (for Toolkit Database).

2. Create a new company say "Toolkit".

3. Open Object Designer.

4. Import Developer Toolkit Objects from the directory where it is installed.

Default Path - "c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\Developers Toolkit\"

5. File Name DevTool.fob.

6. Twenty Objects will get created.

7. Create windows / Database login with super rights in database.

8. Close the database and Navision client.

9. Open developer toolkit and open the database created for toolkit.

10. Open Company "Toolkit". (Created in Navision)

We have successfully created toolkit database for Developer toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

In Other post we will see how to import objects in Toolkit database.

Saurav Dhyani


Popular posts from this blog

Send Mail with Attachment From Navision.

Hi all, We have seen how to save a report into PDF and how to send mail to a customer. Let's link these two post in one i.e. Mailing statement to a customer into PDF Format. This article is part of the Series. Please Refer  Table of Content here . If you have the old objects set let me brief you what I will be changing - 

Dynamics 365 Business Central 2021 release wave 2 (BC19) Released.

Hi Readers, As we all were expecting Microsoft have Released Business Central 2021 Release Wave 2 Today a.k.a BC19. In this article we will see what all is announced with the General Availability.  Starting Today Customers & Partners can start using Business Central 19. #msdyn365bc #bc19

Error After Restore SQL Backup of NAV 2013 Database

Hi all, we are facing a conman issue during restoring a SQL Database backup restored for NAV 2013. While Trying to run object from Object Designer we get below listed error (even the service is configured properly) - --------------------------- Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment --------------------------- There are no NAV Server instances available for this database. You must ensure that a NAV Server instance is running and is configured to use the database before you perform this activity. --------------------------- OK    ---------------------------