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What's new in Zetadocs Expenses – November 2016 update

NAV 2009 R2

This article describes the new features and other improvements in the November 2016 release of the Zetadocs Expenses service.

Zetadocs Expenses

Release date and version



Connector for NAV

Nov 16, 2016 (version 3.3.16301)

Apple (iOS) app


Android app



Changes in this update

Feature enhancements

The main enhancements in this release are as follows.

Support for NAV 2009 R2

We have added support for NAV 2009 R2.  This supports all the current product functionality apart from OData integration (currently in preview), which is only supported with NAV 2013 and later.

The changes affects the codeunits for installing in the NAV system, and the Connector for NAV includes a separate NAV FOB file for use with NAV 2009 R2.  There are also some differences in the installation steps which are detailed clearly in the Connector installation guide.

Additional upgrade steps

Zetadocs Expenses Connector for NAV

New systems using NAV 2009 R2 should use the latest version of the Zetadocs Expenses Connector for NAV, and follow the documented installation steps.

The changes in this release do not affect the Zetadocs Expenses Connector or codeunits for use on NAV 2013 or later systems.  Sites using later NAV 2013 or later versions do not need to upgrade to this release.

Mobile apps

There is no requirement to update the mobile apps for this release.

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