Before we start creating any new jobs, we should have a look at the data and posting model of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Jobs module.
The starting point is the Job table, which has Job Tasks and Job Planning Lines we can use for budgeting and planning. Each job can have its own prices.
The Job Planning Lines get invoiced through the standard Microsoft Dynamics NAV Sales functionality which then creates Job Ledger Entries.
The first step is setting up a new job. There can be different angles on setting up jobs. This depends on how we want to work with the system. The minimum requirement is to have at least one job per Bill-to ...