Microsoft Dynamics NAV2009 - C/SIDE Solution Development
Objectif : This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to develop Microsoft Dynamics, NAV applications within the Classic Client and RoleTailored Client environments. This course is programming intensive. Knowledge from the Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 course is vital to the understanding of the concepts and for participation in this course. In this course you¡¦ll learn programming documentation, debugging tools, performance issues, complex data variables and their internal member functions, multi-language functionality, analysis of objects, posting routines, interfaces to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, and some Microsoft SQL Server 2008 issues. - This is the second course on C/SIDE and will qualify the student to receive their Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Certification after passing the associated exam.
Public : This course is intended for Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partner employees who sell and implement Microsoft NAV solutions. The curriculum is designed for participants who have completed the Microsoft NAV Development I course and passed the NAV Programming certification exam.
Niveau requis : Before attending this course, students must have completed: - C/SIDE Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Passed the Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics 2009 exam.
The objective is to discuss the importance of business case diagnosis and analysis and to define client requirements
Master Tables and Pages
The objectives of this module are to create the tables and pages that will contain the master data for this course. In doing so, participants learn: The essential elements of an implementation methodology and the importance of using a methodology - How to create master tables and pages, and know the difference between different types of tables - How to write internal documentation. - How to enable multi-language functionality - How to work with event triggers, specifically table event triggers - How to work with the complex data types and their member functions, in particular record variables
The goals of this chapter are to create the tables and forms necessary to allow the users to create seminar registrations and view a planning overview and, in doing so, to learn how to Export and import objects as text files - Use multilanguage functionality to create messages for the user - Use virtual tables - Use temporary tables.
The objectives of the chapter are to reate the tables, forms and codeunits necessary to enable posting in the Seminar module and in doing so to learn how to : Create journal posting routines - Create document posting routines - Write internal documentation for modifications to existing objects - Debug code - Program for low-impact on the application
The objectives of the chapter are to integrate the Seminar module features into the standard application and to integrate the Navigate feature and, in doing so, to learn how to: Expand the MenuSuite - Implement Navigate functionality
The objectives of the Reporting chapter are to create informational and processing reports for the Seminar module and, in doing so, to learn how to: Use report event triggers - Use special report functions - Create reports for the Role Tailored Client - Create processing-only reports
The objectives of the Statistics chapter are to create the fields and forms necessary so that the user can view seminar statistics. In creating the functionality the participants will learn how to use FlowFields and FlowFilters for calculations
The objectives of the Dimensions chapter are to implement standard Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 dimensions in the existing features of the Seminar module and, in doing so, to learn how to work with dimensions
The objectives of the Interfaces chapter are to implement two interfaces into the Seminar module and, in doing so, to learn how to: Use OCX - Use an automation server - Work with an XMLPort
The objectives of this chapter are: - Know the general use, functions, and limitations of Web services in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Know how Web services are implemented in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Know the benefits of Web services over other options - Expose pages and codeunits as Web services - Consume Web services from Visual Studio and Infopath
Optimizing For SQL Server
The objective of the Optimizing SQL Server chapter is to point out common performance pitfalls and their solutions. This chapter covers these topics: Database options available in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Explanation of how tables and indexes work and how they are stored - Collation options and descriptions. - Windows locale settings and implications - Backup options - SQL Server Query Optimizer - The NDBCS driver - Optimization of database cursors - The performance impact of locking, blocking, and deadlocks - How SIFT data is stored.
The objective of the Deployment chapter is for participants to learn about some of the activities that take place in the Deployment phase of a project
Ref Cours : 09172
Ref Editeur : 80055
Durée : 5 jours
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Tarif intra hors coût de salle et de support pour un maximum de 8 participants.
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