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Title: Microsoft Dynamics NAV

An Overview of MS Dynamics NAV
By- Cynoteck MS Dynamics NAV Team
  • What is an ERP?
  • About Dynamics NAV
  • History of Dynamics NAV
  • Dynamics NAV Integrated functionalities
  • Dynamics NAV Objects

What Is An ERP ?
  • Enterprise resource planning integrates all the
    business process required to run a business into
    one system or cloud to streamline processes and
    information across the entire organization.
  • It also provides some degree of synchronized
    reporting and automation. Instead of maintaining
    different database for different departments it
    allows you to work on the same database so that
    each department can automate their work and
    reduce time to increase productivity.

About Dynamics NAV
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV an ERP solution developed
    by Microsoft is available in On premises and
    cloud deployment as well, previously known as
    Navision built for accounting operations by a
    company naming PCC A/S (Personal Computing and
    Consulting) from Denmark in 1983.
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV is one of the most popular
    ERP product among all the Microsoft Dynamics
    family due to its multicurrency and Multilanguage
  • Microsoft dynamic NAV is an ERP product for small
    and medium size industries which automates and
    streamline their processes.

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History Of Dynamics NAV
  • It was a term given by Gartner in 1990 but it
    came into existence in 1960. Until then the
    concept was applied to inventory management and
    control in manufacturing sector, before it
    software designer use to create software to
    monitor inventory and control of an organization.
  • By the 1970s, this had evolved into Material
    Requirements Planning (MRP) systems for
    scheduling production processes.
  • In the 1980s, MRP grew to encompass more
    manufacturing processes, prompting many to call
    it MRP-II or Manufacturing Resource Planning.
  • By 1990, these systems had expanded beyond
    inventory control and other operational processes
    to other back-office functions like accounting
    and human resources, setting the stage for ERP as
    we've come to know it.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV delivers integrated
functionality to provide support for
  • With its wide range of functionalities and easy
    and quick setting to conform to the customers
    needs, Microsoft Dynamics NAV provides
    possibilities for even more efficient employee
  • Financial management
  • Supply chain management
  • Manufacturing
  • Analyses
  • Sales and marketing
  • Service management
  • Human resource management
  • Project Resource management

Finance management
  • Efficiently manage accounting, inventory, and
    cash flow
  • Control fixed assets
  • Process receivables
  • Operate with multiple currencies, locations,
    entities, and companies

Supply chain management
  • Prepare custom approval work flow processes
  • Manage inventories
  • Improve your reaction time
  • Seek new market opportunities
  • Work more efficiently with your partners

  • Improve planning of manufacture orders and
  • Stay agile and ready to quickly respond to
    customer demands

  • Manage your budgets
  • Consolidate your reports
  • Find data relations
  • Improve the cooperation among employees

Sales and Marketing
  • Manage customers and sales data
  • Create and manage marketing campaigns
  • Organize the overall customer service
  • Manage contracts and agreements

HR Management
  • Manage employee records
  • Track absentees
  • Prepare reports

Project management
  • Prepare budgets considering resource costs
  • Automate invoicing
  • Track resource costs and usage
  • Plan capacities

Services management
  • Manage customer calls and inquiries
  • Track support orders
  • Allocate resources
  • Create reports
  • Manage assets

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Objects
  • MS Dynamics NAV is not a object oriented solution
    but it is objects based solution.
  • There are seven (7) objects in MS Dynamics NAV -
  • Table
  • Page
  • Report
  • Codeunit
  • Query
  • XMLPort
  • MenuSuite

1. Table
  • Tables are the most fundamental objects in
    Microsoft Dynamics NAV. They store records that
    are collected through pages, for example
    customers, sales, and inventories. These records
    are then presented to users through pages and
  • A table can be visualized as a two-dimensional
    matrix, consisting of columns and rows. Each row
    is a single record, and each column is a field in
    that record.
  • A table consists of table data and the table
    description. The table data contains the actual
    records and their fields. The table description
    specifies the layout and properties of the table
    and the fields.
  • The table description contains properties,
    triggers, fields, and keys.

Table Components And Their Relation
Table Designer
2. Page
  • In Microsoft Dynamics NAV, you use pages to
    display, enter, and change data in the client.
  • Pages contain properties, triggers, and controls
    which define the behavior of the page.
  • The pages are shown for the clients user
    interface .

Page Designer
Role Center for client
Page Definition
3. Report
  • Reports print information, structure, and
    summarize information. Use reports to print
    documents such as invoices, and to process data
    without printing.

Report Description
4. Codeunits
  • Codeunits are similar to containers for code.
    Codeunits can hold functions that are used
    repeatedly throughout large application projects.
  • C/AL code can be stored in a table, page, report,
    or other object. In a simple application, the
    common approach is to put the code in the object
    that calls the functions.

C/AL Editor
5. Query
  • You can use query to retrieve data from one or
    more tables.
  • You can specify how to join multiple tables in
    the result sets and how to order, group,
    aggregate, and filter the resulting data.

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6. XMLPort
  • XMLport are objects that you can use to export
    from or import data into MS Dynamics NAV.
  • Xmlport can manipulate the data in XML format or
    Text format.
  • Importing and exporting data is useful when data
    is collected outside of MS Dynamics NAV and must
    be incorporated into the database, or when the
    data must be distributed from the MS Dynamics NAV
    database to an external location.

XMLport Designer
XMLport Components
7. MenuSuite
  • Describes menus that are displayed in the
    Departments in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV client
    for Windows.

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