Navision 2009 and Later Development Guidelines

Hi all,

I was trying to find out the Development Guidlines for New Objects in Navision 2009 and later.

I would like to have Development Guidlines for -

Page Development.

XML Port Development.

Web Service Developemt.

RTC Report Developemnt.

  • Please let me know if anyone know where i can find it.

Thanks & Regards,

Saurav Dhyani

What do you mean by guide lines exactly? All of the development material is available on CustomerSource and PartnerSource and there are books available from Packt Publishing as well.

Hi Max,

I mean to say that i am looking for Best Practise for These objects development.

Thanks & Regards,

Saurav Dhyani

Dear Saurav.

You can use Programming Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 book for learning new new features

otherwise try to get Microsoft material Course 80055A:C/Side Solution Development in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 from partner source (For this you must subscribe Microsoft learning plans )

in this material they creating a new seminar module in Nav 2009 ,Explained everything Page,Xml port,RDLC reports

for self study and practice Course 80055A is very good… [:)]

Hi all,

Thanks for your prompt reply.

what i think i was unclear about my query. What i want is the Best Practices while creating objects used in Role Tailored Client.

For example if i am creating a document page, which all actions should be promted (or Promted big) as per microsoft.

I mean to say that the standard that we should follow while creating new objects.

For Example - POST button on the Document Pages should be promted and also promted is big with icon.

Please revert back if you know where i can find such document.

Thanks & Regards,

Saurav DHyani

Back in time we had the “Application Designer’s Guide” and a “GUI Guide”. Which was very good to have. That is the one you are searching for, Saurav Dhyani.

But since Microsoft stopped following their own guide-lines (e.g. form 42), these guides have not been updated. Perhaps the ADG, but it is a very long time since I have seen a GUI-guide from MS.
On the other hand, designing a page (as is) does not give the developer/designer much freedom or leave any space for creative challenges…

Sad [:(]