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    Describes that you receive an error message "The expression Date cannot be type-converted to a Option value" when you run the "Close Income Statement" report (94) in the UK version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0. Provides a codefix.
    The following topics are covered: Page 8: Correction to table keys Page 20: tag used in place of tag Page 43: Yes missing from Figure 2-7 Page 51: Link in MoreInfo box is incorrect Page 68: THEN repeated in...
    …syntax for this expression is as follows…U", such as UK, USA, and so…When used in an expression, the asterisk…records for USA and UK. Contain one…when used in an expression, represent a single…
    Show All Hide All You can create a macro (macro: An action or set of actions that you can use to automate tasks.) to perform a specific series of actions (action: The basic
    Show All Hide All This article explains what macros are and how they can save you time by automating tasks that you perform often. It explores the fundamentals behind creating and
    Learn how to use query criteria to limit the returned results of a query.
    You can use the DStDev and DStDevP functions to estimate the standard deviation across a set of values in a specified set of records (a domain ). Use the DStDev and DStDevP
    You can use the DVar and DVarP functions to estimate variance across a set of values in a specified set of records (a domain ). Use the DVar and DVarP functions in a
    This article provides a roadmap to learn and to master the ADO.NET DataSet , DataView , and DataViewManager objects. Roadmap articles provide links to useful information, including online documentation, Microsoft Knowledge Base articles, and Microsoft...
    Explains how to create a parameter query to display its own dialog box that prompts you for information to restrict the set of records that the query returns. The query can have one or more parameters and also wildcards parameter.

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