Dynamics NAV: How To Run Tables From RTC (Role Tailored Client)

29 Aug

In the classic version we could run tables straight from the object designer and the object designer was always included in the client. In the Role Tailored Client (RTC) however we don’t have an object designer. Instead it is located in the developement environment. But sometimes you need to run a table but you don’t have access to the development environment (end user computer, ClickOnce and so on..).

So what to do then?

Create a page on the object table with a run button and try to run the table? If you try this approach you will soon find out that only some object types offer a run function:

But, since NAV 2013 we have the GETURL function and together with the HYPERLINK function we can use this function to run a table.

I have written an earlier blog post on how to run objects from RTC, including tables. I suggest that you go to that post were I have covered it in more detail.

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