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Programming Microsoft® Dynamics™ NAV: Create, modify, and maintain applications in NAV 5.0, the latest version of the ERP application formerly known as Navision by David Studebaker

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Chapter 11. Design to Succeed

Look, we'd get along much faster if we knew what we were doing—Doctor Who

Whatever we do to change or enhance an NAV system, whether developing a minor modification for a single site, or developing a full-blown system for many installations, we need to plan for the future. That means we need to consider the effect of our design and our code in variety of ways over and above the functionality we are initially attempting to achieve.

We should consider the fact that someone else can meet up with our code in the course of their maintenance activities. We should consider the fact that regardless of the database platform in use, Microsoft SQL Server is likely to be the choice in the relatively near future. We should also ...

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