Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
Well Vjeko, what to say — sincere congratulations to you andn David.
Hi Vibor! Thanks for the congrats!
It definitely was a feat. Proud to have such colleague :. Sincere congratulations, pal. Hope you sell whole first edition soon…. Congratulaions Vjeko!!
NAV continues to attract a lot of attention. Hi Munish!
- ISBN 13: 9781847195821.
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Thanks a lot! Davor, thank you!
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Congratulation Vjeko, it is awesome, and I know it will be a real pusher in the technology. Sinisa, thank you!
And thank you! Share the passion. Let the World […]. As the name suggests, Managing Your Supply Chain is focused solely on the supply chain related features and functions of Navision, and therefore addresses trade, items, warehouse, purchasing, and so forth, but provides little or no information related to the other functions of Nav such as financials, jobs or service.
If you use or intend to use Navision to manage your supply chain, this book is a must-read; if you don't, it's probably not worth your time due to it's laser-like focus on the supply chain.
What you will learn from this book
Microsoft Navision 4. Although written for Navision 4. This book has a wide range of information, including a chapter on how to create and edit reports, a section on creating flow fields and other introductory development, and several other interesting topics. While the range of information is very good and the expertise is top-notch and very accurate, the book feels a bit like it jumps around from topic to topic.
What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2
It is also written by non-native English speakers, so to an American audience the English feels awkward at times. Given Navision's roots as a Danish program, though, the 'Danglish' writing is a small price to pay for the tricks and insights into the software provided by this book. However, if you're not already a coder, you'll probably find this book very heavy going, and it has little information that is geared towards the non-programmer end user. Specifically focused on Microsoft Dynamics Nav running on SQL server, this highly detailed, well-written book is packed with useful information for SQL administrators running Navision in their environments.
It is written specifically for experienced SQL admins, though, and should be used with extreme care if at all by anyone not already pretty familiar with SQL server. It is specifically written for SQL server version and , and Navision version 4.
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It does not address Dynamics Nav , and due to the new 3-tier structure in that version, it is only partially applicable.