81067AE: Development Environment Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 and Dynamics 365 Training

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The 81067AE: Development Environment Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 and Dynamics 365 training opens the gate of success for the developers in the world of technology. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 Development Environment Introduction training creates a platform for success as the training throws light on the Microsoft Dynamics NAV functionalities and capabilities.

After completing the Training on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 Development Environment Introduction, the candidates would be able to:

  • Explain how XML Files are Used
  • Explain the CodeUnits Object
  • Understand the use of Tables and Table Objects in the Development Environment
  • Understand the C/AL Functions
  • Develop an understanding on XMLPorts and Import/Export Information and how to implement it in a better way
  • How to develop Reports and Use Report Objects
  • How important .NET and Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  • What is the use of Query Objects to access Information?
Target audience
  • Developers
Prerequisites

Here are the prerequisites for this course:

  • General developer knowledge
  • General Microsoft NAV knowledge

1. Development Environment

  • Object Designer
  • 7 Objects and the Logical Database
  • Managing Objects
  • Properties and Triggers
  • Team Development Features

2. Tables

  • What is a Table?
  • Table Properties
  • Table Triggers
  • Field Properties
  • Field Properties Data Types
  • Table Relation Property - Regular
  • Table Relation Property - Filtered and Conditional
  • Keys
  • Field Group
  • Calculated Fields
  • Field Triggers
  • Database Schema Synchronisation

3. Pages

  • What is a Page?
  • Page Properties
  • Page Triggers
  • What are Controls?
  • Create a card page
  • Create a List page
  • Linking Pages and Page Parts
  • Control Properties
  • Control Triggers
  • Using Page Parts
  • What are actions?
  • Action Properties
  • Action Triggers
  • Rolecenter Actions

4. Introduction to C/AL Programming

  • Application Language and Triggers
  • Identifiers, Syntax and Variables
  • Intrinsic Data Types
  • Arrays
  • Assignment Statements
  • Symbol Menu and Code Completion
  • Expressions
  • Relational Expressions
  • Logical Expressions
  • Boolean Expressions

5. C/AL Statements

  • Statements
  • Conditional Statements
  • Repetitive Statements

6. Built-In Functions

  • Data Access Functions
  • Sorting and Filtering Functions
  • Data Manipulation Functions
  • Field Functions
  • Interaction Functions
  • String Functions
  • Date Functions
  • Numeric Functions
  • ARRAY Functions
  • System Functions
  • Variables Functions
  • STREAM Functions

7. Custom Functions

  • Functions and Parameters
  • Make a Custom Function

8. Reports

  • Reports Components
  • Report Design Process
  • Designing the Data Model
  • Properties: Report and Data Item Properties
  • Properties: Column Properties
  • Designing the RDLC Layout
  • Designing the Word Layout
  • Request Page Designer
  • Report Triggers and Functions

9. Codeunits

  • CodeUnit Fundamentals
  • Accessing Codeunits

10. Query

  • Query Designer: Selecting, Joining
  • Query Designer: Filtering, Aggregating, Ordering
  • Accessing Queries from C/AL
  • Mapping Queries to T-SQL

11. XML Ports

  • XMLPort Fundamentals
  • Design XMLPorts
  • XMLPort Properties
  • Importing and Exporting Plain Text
  • Using XMLPorts in C/AL Code

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