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Book "Programming Microsoft Dynamics NAV" to be published in Oct 2007

I am very pleased to share the following announcement: 

The very first independent book about applications development in C/SIDE and C/AL, "Programming Microsoft Dynamics NAV", will be published by PACKT Publishing in October 2007.  This book was written by David Studebaker, a NAV / Navision Developer since 1996.  David is a Certified NAV Professional in Development, Applications and Implementation as well as a Microsoft Certified Trainer for NAV.  Prior to Navision, David worked in a variety of business software roles and earned degrees in engineering and business.

The PACKT Publishing site for the book is at http://www.packtpub.com/Microsoft-.NET-Dynamics-NAV-5.0-ERP-Navision/book/mid/040907fy0afq  It can be ordered there.

"Programming Microsoft Dynamics NAV" is designed first to be a tutorial book for the experienced business applications developer who wants to learn C/AL and C/SIDE as quickly as possible.  It can also act as a supplemental reference for developers, managers and others interested in the features and capabilities of NAV's development tools.

Some discussion topics covered in this volume:

  • Basic NAV definitions and conventions
  • The design and development process of a NAV application
  • The unique aspects of the NAV data and process flows, Data Types, Tables, Forms, Reports and Codeunits
  • C/SIDE and C/AL basics - essential navigation, object construction, numbering, basic syntax, naming rules, SIFT technology, string operators and functions, numeric operators and functions, logical and relational operators and functions
  • Control Logic and Flow - Conditional statements, I/O statements, sorting, filtering, data flow, FlowFields, process logic flow, creating new functions, documentation, testing
  • Advanced C/AL - modifying existing functions, creating new objects, finding code models, advanced debugging techniques
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