Victor, you are not stupid. NAV is rubbish, but most of us have no choice but to use this rubbish. Anyone who says anything else has built a career around it and is desperately clinging to it as olde people tend to do near their death, which is especially sad bc we are supposed to be working in the tech sector.
Maybe I'm old, but I wasn't when I started working with NAV. But your comment is not welcome here and neither are you!
Who is stupid? The people who loves NAV (like me), despite its flaws (yes its not perfect)? Or those who despite what they think about NAV continues to work with it instead of finding a new career?
To me it sounds like you were still attending elementary school when the last post on this thread was written 9 years ago! If you cannot comment in a more positive way, then please don't comment here at all!
Thank you.. The fact that the first result from my google search was a decade olde post is proof, in and of itself.
I been in NAV for about 7 years & when i first started I also thought NAV was not good, but when I started exploring and got my expertise in it and i have developed 100's of solutions, new developments in NAV.
NAV is goodddddd. MS has always come up with new thing in NAV like the web service, RTC, search in reports, direct tele call from RTC page.
As for victor, there are business rules for every software (i.e. Financial, ERP, SAP, Tally or even excel application developed for Small Industries).
And if you do not know which NAV table are going to affect then would be good to ask a end user of the validations rather to just start coding without knowing the business rules, cause the data what you are inserting will effect the whole busines financial data.