Web Service Walkthroughs

The walkthroughs in this section demonstrate how to create simple applications that interact with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. These walkthroughs may be useful as foundations upon which you can build actual web service client applications.

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Create an extension codeunit for an existing page, expose the page, and then write code that calls the page.

Walkthrough: Creating a Web Service using Extension Codeunits (SOAP)

Create and consume a simple codeunit web service.

Walkthrough: Creating and Using a Codeunit Web Service (SOAP)

Create and consume a page as a SOAP web service.

Walkthrough: Registering and Using a Page Web Service (SOAP)

Create and consume a page as an OData web service.

Walkthrough: Creating and Interacting with a Page Web Service (OData)

View and analyze Microsoft Dynamics NAV page data in Microsoft Excel using Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010, which is a data analysis add-in.

Walkthrough: Viewing Page Data in Excel Using PowerPivot (OData)

Make web service communication more secure.

Walkthrough: Configuring Web Services to Use SSL (SOAP and OData)

Combine data from Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 with data from Windows Azure Marketplace.

Walkthrough: Combining Data from Microsoft Dynamics NAV Queries and Pages with Data from Azure DataMarket (OData)

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