The First CU for NAV 2017

The first Cumulative Update for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 has been published today as Build 14199. You can download it from this link.

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You will find a pretty big lists of Platform and Application hotfixes, as well as for example Czech application hotfixes. For other localization, there only few hotfixes.

In the same time, we got Cumulative Updates for other versions:

For NAV 2016 and NAV 2015, there are still dozens of platform and application hotfixes. But if you look at NAV 2013R2, you will find only one platform and one application hotfixes, as well as a few of locals. But for NAV 2013 there is no hotfixes (only one local for Spain).

June 2016 CUs for NAV have been released

Today, Microsoft has published new Cumulative Updates:

Generally, NAV 2016 has pretty more Platform Hotfixes than other three versions (they have only few of them). About Application Hotfixes, the last two version have most of all improvement.

Almost all Hotfixes, both Platform and Application are just improving some issues in system. If we wait something new, I think we will wait until new version will be published. In any case, I suggest to install the most recent cumulative update for your NAV version. And still better, upgrade your NAV to the freshest NAV version :). You will not make mistake.

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May 2016 Cumulative Updates for NAV 2016, 2015, 2013R2, 2013

Yesterday, Microsoft has been published the newest Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, NAV 2013R2 and NAV 2013. Today morning, Microsoft has published Cumulative Update for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 as well.

There are the all Cumulative Updates based on versions:

There are not so many Platform hotfixes and more Application hotfixes for almost all business area. Newer versions as usually have more hotfixes.

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As usually, these cumulative updates replace previously released cumulative updates.

April 2016 CU’s for Dynamics NAV

Few days ago, Microsoft has been published new Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, 2015, 2013R2 and 2013. This time, there were only few platform hotfixes (four for NAV 2016 and two per all other versions). They also include some application hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for these NAV versions:

  • NAV 2016 – Cumulative Update 6 (Build 45480)
  • NAV 2015 – Cumulative Update 18 (Build 45483)
  • NAV 2013R2 – Cumulative Update 30 (Build 45478)
  • NAV 2013 – Cumulative Update 37 (Build 45477)

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You can check all hotfixes and download these cumulative updates on the following links:

March 2016 CU’s for Dynamics NAV

Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, 2015, 2013R2 and 2013 has been released today:

  • NAV 2016 – Cumulative Update 5 (Build 45243)
  • NAV 2015 – Cumulative Update 17 (Build 45244)
  • NAV 2013R2 – Cumulative Update 29 (Build 45254)
  • NAV 2013 – Cumulative Update 36 (Build 45241)

These cumulative updates include all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for these NAV versions.

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There are a really lot of application and platform hotfixes for the NAV 2016 and proportionately less for older versions. All versions, except NAV 2013 have both of application and platform hotfixes. NAV 2013 has only few application hotfixes. Some of them are common hotfixes for more versions, and some of them are only for one version.

You can check all hotfixes and download these cumulative updates on the following links:

February Cumulative Updates for NAV

Today, Microsoft has been released a new Cumulative Updates for the following NAV versions:

You can download all of these Cumulative Updates from the previous links. Of course, as we already expected, the most platform and application hotfixes are intended for the newer NAV versions. For example, NAV 2013 has only one Application hotfix and two Platform hotfixes; and few local hotfixes as well. NAV 2013 R2 has some more Application and Platform hotfixes, but there are still just few.

  • NAV 2016 and NAV 2015 again have some common hotfixes as:
  • Ways to split Sync-NAVTenant into multiple transactions
  • The Dynamics NAV client crashes if you filter on @*
  • You cannot copy a company to another tenant
  • Cannot export to Excel from the web client if the relevant page has the SourceTableTemporary property set to Yes
  • Invoke-NAVCodeunit always runs in the Dynamics NAV client time zone

There are a lot of interesting hotfixes and you can see all details on previous links.

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New NAV Cumulative Updates

In few first days of this year, in January Microsoft has been released a new Cumulative Updates for the following NAV versions:

You can download all of these Cumulative Updates from the previous links. Of course, as we already expected, the most platform and application hotfixes are intended for the newer NAV versions.

One specific platform hotfix is prepared for all four versions – The Dynamics NAV client disconnects when you refresh a sub part.

But few of them are prepared for the last three versions (NAV 2016, NAV 2015 and NAV 2013R2):

  • Bypass license check for development permissions;
  • You cannot remove items from the Home menu of the navigation pane;
  • “Metadata for Query 50000 that is published as a web service is not valid for OData” error message when you use a web service built on a query;
  • Actions in profiles that are controlled by dynamic visibility are hidden incorrectly.

Of course, there are more very interesting hotfixes and news and some of them will be detailed described in next period. For now, just download, install and try.