I just started working in navision, i have three months to learn Microsoft Navision development, i must learn c/al too. Is three month enought to learn vavision development?
3 Months? To Learn it..Depends on the person. To do it WELL..I would have to say NO!
Scroll down to the downloads:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=eec997be-50c8-4d27-8bf2-fa93c9ac282a&DisplayLang=en
Start Cracking these books:http://www.packtpub.com/books?keys=dynamics+nav&x=13&y=15
Has anyone been thru the Developer classes since MS took over the show and would they recommend them?
I was going to say that towards the end of the 3 months that snsn should go thru the dev courses. (At the end so as to be as familiarized with the material as possible.)
When I went thru them they were still being run by Navision NA up in Atlanta, so I don't know anything about the classes MS has now.
"Easy" is relative.
Now am reading book "Programming Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009" by Devid Studebaker. The program is already created for this company and works, the sql database size is 40 gb. my responsibility is to add new reports,to control permissions, if will be any problem i mast eradicate this problem and e.t. I will have training, but until training will be i want to learn some basic in navision development. What is the best book for me? how can i train and learn navision development?
If the version of NAV you are working on is NAV 2009 then the book you have now and "Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design" (see Savatage's link) are probably the most applicable. If it's a previous version then I would get Studebaker's previous release, "Programming Microsoft® Dynamics NAV" as it will be applicable to versions 5 and below.
Get a copy of the classic demo DBF and put it on your computer so you can play around with it as much as you like with no fear of causing a problem. Zip it up before you first open it so that if you ever need to go back to the beginning, it's right there for you. You will need to get a copy of your company's license to put in your executable's folder as well. And it sounds like you are working for a company who uses NAV rather than an MS partner, so you will not have access to a developer license which means there will probably be alot in the books you can't get access to (code behind forms, and tables, codeunits, etc...). I say probably because you company COULD have the Application Builder and Solution Developer granules which would give you more access, but not complete developer access.