Author(s): Rene Gayer, Michaela Gayer, Christian HauptmannPublisher: MBST BooksLanguage: English Paperback: 390 pagesRelease date: January 2009ISBN: 3950249265ISBN 13: 978-3-950249-26-2
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Table of content - 390 Pages
This book is designed to bring point out the technical innovations in release 2009 of Microsoft Dynamics® NAV. Are chapters are written from a practical point of view and underlined with various examples.
Chapter 2 - General Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009: This chapter gives an introduction into navigation and working with the RoleTailored Client from a user point of view. It also shows how the various pages can be customized without needing development.
Chapter 3 - Page Design with Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009: Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009 RoleTailored Client is completely built on objects called pages. Similar to forms, pages are used for presenting the data to the user. What is the difference behind pages in comparison to forms? What type of pages does exist? How can I build my own page? Are there any restrictions in comparison to forms? These and other questions are answered in this chapter.
Chapter 4 - Reporting (Services) in Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009: Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009 RoleTailored Client offers the new capability using Reporting Services to design Reports. Most of you have been using the Report Designer of Microsoft Dynamics® NAV for some time and you know about its advantages and disadvantages. What is different in using Reporting Services with version 2009, 5.0 or lower? What are the differences between NAV Reporting Designer and Reporting Services in NAV 2009? Are Microsoft Dynamics NAV Reporting features and Visual Studio features available? These are some of the key questions that are answered in this chapter.
Chapter 5 - Web Services in Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009: This chapter gives a short general introduction to Web Services and shows how Web Services can be used with Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009. Various examples how these Web Services can be consumed in either Visual Studio® 2005 or Visual Studio® 2008 are described. At the end of the chapter the limitations of Web Services in combination with Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009 are pointed out.Chapter 6 - Update and Transforming Forms: This chapter shows the different transforming approaches and tools that are available in Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009 to transform forms used in Classic Client to pages used in the RoleTailored Client. Again, many examples point out the possibilities when transforming forms to pages.Chapter 7 - General news in Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009: This chapter describes all other technical news that come along with Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009 that were not described in any other chapter. One key part are new properties, functions and objects and another key part are the changes to Dataports and XMLPorts when the RoleTailored Client is used.
Table of content - 390 Pages
Theory or Practice? This was the question Rene Gayer faced after finishing school. He decided for the practical side of things and completed a commercial education, before he finally entered the world of ERP. His main interest in this field since 1998 is the Microsoft Dynamics® NAV ERP solution, which was formerly known as Navision.
After some years his experience in this area led to the founding of his own company, MBS-TRAINING, that is today the prime partner for IT-companies in Austria and Switzerland, becoming ready in Microsoft Dynamics® . Beside that he regularly delivers speeches as a Promoter and MVP about Microsoft and works as a lecturer at various universities of applied sciences.
On January 1st, 2007 and again on January 1st, 2008 and January 1st, 2009 Rene Gayer was awarded the MVP - Most Valuable Professional - by Microsoft®. The Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) of Microsoft are acknowledged and easy-to-reach persons, who have extensive knowledge about one or more Microsoft® products. They are active in both Online- and Offline-Communities to offer other Microsoft customers their expertise and competence.
Michaela Gayer, born in 1979 was studying at a technical college in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. After the college in year 1998 she started to work as a developer designing Microsoft Dynamics® NAV (formerly known Navision) solutions.
During the years she developed to be a project manager and sales consultant. From 2000 to 2004 she studied part time business consultancy at University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, degree Master of Arts in Business. In 2005 she started to work as chief executive and trainer for MBS-Training.
Her area of expertise is Microsoft Dynamics® NAV and Microsoft SQL Server®. Although she studied business and is responsible for finance at MBS-Training her fervor is programming and technical subjects. Therefore she passed the Microsoft Certified Professional and Microsoft Certified Trainer Certification for Microsoft Dynamics® .
After finishing the well know Business Administration School in Graz, Christian Hauptmann decided to start his career as Microsoft Office Trainer. In 1997 he gets in contact with Microsoft Dynamics® NAV, which was known at this time as NAVISION Financials.
Working in over 80 NAV Projects in Austria and Germany as Consultant, Trainer and Project manager he decided to share his huge knowledge about ERP Software with others. He starts working for MBS-Training in Austria to share his knowledge with other NAV Consultants, Trainers and Users.
Today he is responsible for curriculum management at MBS-TRAINING.
I've had the plesure of reading this book. I think it's a great book, if you already knows Dynamics NAV, but is new to NAV 2009. So far I've not had so much time to "play" with NAV 2009, so the book really gave alot of great tips and tricks.
My favorite chapters was 5 (Web Services), 6 (Page Transformation) and 7 (What's new).
I think the technical level of the book is rather high. So I will not recommend the book to someone new to NAV, but rather to the experienced consultant or developer who want's to get started with NAV 2009.
hi erik, thank you for your feedback - so its sounds like that it was right to call it "NAV 2009 I N S I D E " :)
Is this book for US version of Nav 2009? If so, where do I purchase it in $ instead of EUR?
Hi, the book is based on W1 international) version. Described features and know is not different between the country versions.
Ordering is possible on www.msdynamicsbooks.com with the possibility to ship it to your country. Payment methods are bank wire or paypal (credit card)
Sorry, there is currently no way to order it directly in US.
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I've read this book and can heartily recommend it. For a full review go to <a href="www.teachmenav.com/.../a>
OK I'll try that again... :-)
Definitely a good book and for any programmer that is currently working with NAV 2009, I can recommend it.
My full review is at...
Hi thank you for your review!!!