GDT Where Used Tool v1.0.0.20

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  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Hi mdPartnerNL,

    Constants (and Nav Standard functions) are recognized but so far
    ignored and not used.
    The reason is:
    The search for internal Navision functions like GET, Round, Today etc.
    is not part of the program.
    Nor search for constants . (But is your wish (mdPartnerNL))

    The program is interested in:
    Objects, functions, table fields and properties (including XML definition etc.)

    < Variable > .Run is supported,
    Codeunit.Run(<constant>) will be supported (wishlist).

    Working on a new version!

    regards
    tom
  • AdministratorAdministrator Posts: 2,366Member, Moderator, Administrator
    GDT Where Used Tool v1.0.0.9
    Analyze your NAV objects NAV 5, NAV2009, NAV2013
    All objects, functions and fields will be listed.
    See connection by "where used"

    Update to 1.0.0.9:

    Fieldnumbers for Tablefields
    ​visual Upgrade(Analyzer)
    supporting run with call by constants

    http://mibuso.com/downloads/gdt-where-used-tool

    Discuss this download here.
  • AntidotEAntidotE Posts: 57Member
    edited 2016-04-07
    Can you please add possibility to change font for text block to something like Consolas?
    Thanks.
    It is hard to swim against self bloodstream... (c) Old, experienced kamikadze.

    swp-group.com
  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    next version !
  • MHA40MHA40 Posts: 6Member
    Very nice tool. Especialy the new feature to download soucecode directly from af particular database.

    But ...

    I miss a posibility to jump over object in the database that my license does not permit me to export in txt-format. For now I get a runtimeerror when impor find an object that I not have permission for. Perhaps a import-option how to handle object without readpermission.
    Best regards

    Mikael Hansen
  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Hi Mikael,
    thank you for reporting. We fixed this issue. See our next version on Wednesday.

    Best regards
    tom
  • AdministratorAdministrator Posts: 2,366Member, Moderator, Administrator
    GDT Where Used Tool v1.0.0.10
    Update to 1.0.0.10:

    direct import with finsql, includes all licensed Objects
    new Option (select your Texttype and size for the textbox)

    http://mibuso.com/downloads/gdt-where-used-tool

    Discuss this download here.
  • vaprogvaprog Posts: 791Member
    Thank you for the update.

    Font size behaves weird. It does not always display the size entered in the dialog e.g. I choose 10pt and it shows 9,75 back in the option dialog. And more troublesome: size 10 (or 9.75) is too large, but size 9 is tiny. I found that size 12 is about what I want, about the same size as 9 in WordPad, and smaller than size 10 in GDT Where Used Tool.


    When I finally figured out a setting that worked I found some Code it missed out. Where Used missed the following line of code in the OnPush trigger of a MenuItem on a Form when inspecting Report 7053 Implement Price Change:
    REPORT.RUNMODAL(REPORT::"Implement Price Change",TRUE,TRUE,Rec);
    
    This code resides in NAV 5.0 Form 7023 MenuButton Functions.
  • vaprogvaprog Posts: 791Member
    Why don't I get any form of line endings when copying several lines of code from the code listing to some editor using the clipboard? Is there something wrong with my setup? Can this be changed?
  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Wordpad works!
  • AdministratorAdministrator Posts: 2,366Member, Moderator, Administrator
    GDT Where Used Tool v1.0.0.11
    Update to 1.0.0.11:

    copy text with STRG-C to clipboard optimized
    runmodal is recognized
    font size corrected, due to the change you must reselect the font and size

    http://mibuso.com/downloads/gdt-where-used-tool

    Discuss this download here.
  • mdPartnerNLmdPartnerNL Posts: 793Member
    In CodeUnit 400 there is a function:
    PROCEDURE Send@3();
        VAR
          Result@1000 : Text[1024];
        BEGIN
          WITH SMTPMailSetup DO
            Result :=
              Mail.Send(
                "SMTP Server",Authentication  SMTPMailSetup.Authentication::Anonymous,"User ID", Password);
          CLEAR(Mail);
          IF Result  '' THEN
            ERROR(Text003,Result);
        END;
    

    The fields of table 409 are used here but in GDT in the table 409, the "where used" for example "USER ID" is not found.



  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Hi mdPartnerNL,
    thank you for reporting this issue.

    The mistake was, that we only analyzed
    With <Record> DO BEGIN ... END

    In your example it was:
    With <Record> DO

    Fixed it.
    Look for new version 1.0.0.12
    Best regards
  • AdministratorAdministrator Posts: 2,366Member, Moderator, Administrator
    GDT Where Used Tool v1.0.0.12
    Update to 1.0.0.12:

    analyzer optimized
    With <Record> DO is recognized

    http://mibuso.com/downloads/gdt-where-used-tool

    Discuss this download here.
  • mdPartnerNLmdPartnerNL Posts: 793Member
    working, thx
  • jwikmanjwikman Posts: 25Member
    GDT Where Used Tool v1.0.0.8
    Update to 1.0.0.8:

    automatic Update to newest version

    Please add an option to skip the auto update feature.

    We are running this tool on a Terminal Server, so users does not have permissions to install updates them selves. I keep an eye on this thread for updates, but sometimes a user needs to run the tool before I had the time to update.

    Thanks!
  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Hi jwikman,
    see enable automatic update under option.
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    regards
  • jwikmanjwikman Posts: 25Member
    tom66tom wrote: »
    Hi jwikman,
    see enable automatic update under option.

    Where are those setting saved?

    The situation was that the users couldn't even start the application, without getting stuck on the update screen. So they couldn't check that option. :(

    A command line switch for skipping auto update would be great!

    Thanks
    Johannes
  • RyckutisRyckutis Posts: 10Member
    Hello, Thanks for constantly updating this beautiful tool.
    I have encountered another small issue. I am investigating where Table 17 G/L entry is used and for some reason it brings me line:
    CRE."Data Entry Type" := CRE."Data Entry Type"::GL

    Where CRE is completely different table. I suspect it has something with option value GL maybe..

    Thank you!
    Regards,
    Ricardas.
  • RydenRyden Posts: 20Member
    Hi!
    I tried the Finsql direct import on a 2013 R2 and got the following error:

    Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment
    The program property 'ExportTxtSkipUnlicensed' is unknown.

    The manual Installation and System Management contains a list of the correct program properties.
    OK

    I thought that is was supported?
  • RydenRyden Posts: 20Member
    edited 2016-05-17
    tom66tom wrote: »
    The search for internal Navision functions like GET, Round, Today etc.
    is not part of the program.
    Nor search for constants . (But is your wish (mdPartnerNL))

    The program is interested in:
    Objects, functions, table fields and properties (including XML definition etc.)

    Would it be possible to also see Record.INSERT and Record.MODIFY?
    I'd like to be able to find every line where a record's data is changed

    Thanks!

  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Hi Johannes,

    to your Question: The path where the settings are saved is ../documents/GDT IT Consult/Where Used Settings.xml.
    You can edit this file.
    We are sorry, but up to now we don't support network installations.
    We plan an extended version with network support and other extensions in the future.
    Best regards
  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Hi Ryden, Ryckutis,
    we will look into this very soon, but apologize for some delays, because we are in vacation now.
    regards
  • jwikmanjwikman Posts: 25Member
    tom66tom wrote: »
    Hi Johannes,

    to your Question: The path where the settings are saved is ../documents/GDT IT Consult/Where Used Settings.xml.
    You can edit this file.

    Thanks for the update.

    Then we at least can workaround this by editing that file, if the users gets blocked again.

  • mdPartnerNLmdPartnerNL Posts: 793Member
    Ryden wrote: »
    Would it be possible to also see Record.INSERT and Record.MODIFY?
    I'd like to be able to find every line where a record's data is changed
    +1
  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Ryckutis wrote: »
    Hello, Thanks for constantly updating this beautiful tool.
    I have encountered another small issue. I am investigating where Table 17 G/L entry is used and for some reason it brings me line:
    CRE."Data Entry Type" := CRE."Data Entry Type"::GL

    Where CRE is completely different table. I suspect it has something with option value GL maybe..

    Thank you!
    Regards,
    Ricardas.

    Hi Ricardas,

    we checked out your issue. There was a problem when an option string and a Fieldname have the same value. We fixed it. Check out our new Version 1.0.0.13.
    Thx for reporting. Well done!
    Regards
    tom
  • AdministratorAdministrator Posts: 2,366Member, Moderator, Administrator
    GDT Where Used Tool v1.0.0.13
    Update to 1.0.0.13:

    NAV analyzer ignores options
    Error Message when using finsql direct import with NAV2013

    http://mibuso.com/downloads/gdt-where-used-tool

    Discuss this download here.
  • RydenRyden Posts: 20Member
    Thank you!
  • LeAchimLeAchim Posts: 5Member
    edited 2016-06-03
    Hello,
    I discovered this tool in the last days and seems very useful.
    But how can I export all objects without the unlicensed ones? Is there any trick how to do this? And what is this "finsql direct" import?
    Thank you in advance.
  • tom66tomtom66tom Posts: 39Member
    Hi LeAchim,
    for NAV2015 and NAV2016 you can use the finsql "direct" import to export all licensed objects out of Dynamics and automatic import to GDT Where Used.

    If you export out of Dynamics NAV by using a *.txt file you have to select your licensed objects manually in advance.

    best regards
    tom
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