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How to: Open the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Client

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

[This topic has been updated for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Feature Pack 1. To see the same topic for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, see the in-product Help.]

You open the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client by using a web browser from a device that has a network connection. To open the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client, you must know the name of the computer that is running the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Server components and the HTTP port that it is running on.

For a list of supported browsers, see System Requirements for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013.

To open Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client

  1. Open the web browser.

  2. In the address box of the browser, type one of the following URLs.

    To open URL Example

    The Role Center for the default company

    http://ComputerName:Port/WebServerInstance/WebClient

    On IIS, the WebServerInstance is the virtual directory alias.

    http://MyNAVWeb:8080/DynamicsNAV70/WebClient

    The Role Center for a specific company

    http://ComputernName:Port/WebServerInstance/WebClient/list.aspx?company=CompanyName

    http://MyNAVWeb:8080/DynamicsNAV70/WebClient/list.aspx?company=CRONUS%20International%20Ltd.

    A specific page

    http://ComputernName:Port/WebServerInstance/WebClient/list.aspx?page=ID

    http://MyNAVWeb:8080/DynamicsNAV70/WebClient/list.aspx?page=22

    A specific report

    http://ComputerName:Port/WebServerInstance/WebClient/report.aspx?report=ID

    http://MyNAVWeb:8080/DynamicsNAV70/WebClient/report.aspx?report=5

    Substitute the following parameters:

    • http with https if SSL is configured for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client and the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Server is not configured to redirect HTTP requests to HTTPS.

    • ComputerName with the name of the computer that is running the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Server components.

    • Port with the port number that you configured for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Server components during installation.

    • WebServerInstance with the virtual directory alias under which the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client application exists on the web server. For more information, see Installing Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Server Components on IIS.

    • CompanyName with the name of the company in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

    • ID with the ID that is assigned to the page or report object in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

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    After you open the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client, you can choose the Search for Page or Report button to find pages and reports. The Search for Page or Report button is located in the navigation pane and on the General tab in the page ribbon.

For more information about the URLs to open pages and reports, see Opening a Page in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Client by Using a URL and Opening a Report in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Client by Using a URL.

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