How do Matriks Doc 3 compare to NAV 5.0 ?
We see record links more like favorites in your internet browser or short cuts on your desktop. In our opinion essentially different from the Matriks Doc solution that offers solid document handling. We know who did what when and documents are backed up and always available to the right users. Matriks Doc requires no data discipline and evolves around Dynamics NAV.
The style sheets can only work on data in a form.
Resulting documents are not stored in any specific place.
Due to security and integrity reasons, we still very much recommend to store documents inside the NAV database.
Matriks Doc 3
Is optimized for Microsoft Office 2000/XP/2003/2007 and NAV 3.60 – 5.0. Our latest version is for NAV 5.0 and Office 2007.
Does not require any client setup.
Has full Word functionality. (In the latest version header and footer included)
Has concurrent document locking.
Allow you to create and save your documents in the place where they belong. (Use special templates to add Matriks Doc to customized tables)
Allow you to use templates to guarantee that all relevant information is always included in your documents. (Use special templates to make templates with reference to more than one table)
Allow you to find your scanned documents using Navisions Navigate function.
Allow you to save and view ALL known file formats. (Yes also Adobe, AutoCAD, HTML, Office and MP3)
|Installation and first use.|
How do I create a document ?
Where's my document that I've just created, when I now click view or edit ?
Why do I get a document description error message when I try to create a new document ?
How do I make a Document/Mail campaign to all my customers using Matriks Doc ?
How about security, can I make sure it is not possible to delete a document ?
Does Matriks Doc also work with AutoCAD ?
Is it possible to make templates with reference to more than one table ?
Yes, we call them Special templates and they are simple to construct
In codeunit 6008965 you find:
A getnames function with:
Names := 'Name';
Names := 'Address';
Names := 'Zip-Code';
Names := 'City';
And a getnames ans values function with:
Values := 'Tim Ahrentløv';
Values := 'Ribegade';
Values := '2100';
Values := 'Copenhagen';
Now, you fill the names with whatever you want, and populate the values of each name from whatever source your choose.
For example,. to fill the array with a customer record, you would write the following:
- In GetNames:
Itable with template creation and usage.