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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design by Mark Brummel

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Let's walk through two scripts to generate a new item with a Bill of Materials. One for an assembling process, the other for Manufacturing.

We will set up both Item Costing and Item Tracking for these products.

Note

The examples are created using a CRONUS W1 Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Service Pack 1 database without changes.

Assembling

In our company, we want to start producing office chairs. These chairs consist of five wheels, a pedestal, a seat, and two arm rests. We will create these four components as a new item and one new item for the end product.

All the items will have a different costing method to demonstrate the effect of cost changes. The end product will support serial number item tracking with a one year warranty period. ...

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