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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design by Mark Brummel

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The building blocks

To understand the development examples in this book, we will discuss some of the basic building blocks of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009.

The building blocks

Like all database applications, it starts with tables. They contain all the information displayed in a structured way. It is important to understand that the tables of Microsoft Dynamics NAV are not completely normalized. The tables are structured in the way the user interface works. This makes it easy for non- technical people to understand the data model. We'll discuss the unique structure of the application in the next chapter.

Tables, however, not only contain data, they contain business logic ...

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