How to: Use the System Indicator

How to: Use the System Indicator

Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009

You can enable the system indicator when you are working with different instances of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2. For example, you can differentiate between a production environment and a test environment or see when you are in configuration mode. In this procedure, you enable and set up the system indicator.

  • If you are in configuration mode, then the system indicator is automatically displayed, and you cannot turn it off.

  • If you are in any other mode, then you must first set up the system indicator in the Company Information window. It is then shown according to your preferences on every page.

To enable the system indicator

  1. In the RoleTailored client, in the navigation pane, click Departments, click Administration, click Application Setup, click General, and then click Company Information.

  2. Expand the System Indicator FastTab.

  3. In the System Indicator field, select one of the following options.

    System indicator type Description

    None

    No text is shown.

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    When you are in configuration mode, the Configuration status is always displayed. You cannot turn this text off.

    Custom Text

    Shows text that you enter in the System Indicator Text field.

    Company Information

    Shows text that you enter in the Name field.

    Company

    Shows the company name.

    Database

    Shows the middle-tier host name and database name.

    Company+Database

    Shows the company name, the middle-tier host name, and the database name.

  4. In the System Indicator Style field, select from the Standard and Accent1 through Accent9 options to add a certain style to the system indicator.

  5. In the System Indicator Text field, enter custom text to show. To show the text, you must select the Custom Text option in the System Indicator field.

  6. Click OK, and then exit and open the RoleTailored client to see the changes.

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