Category Archives: Abstract Classes

Abstract Classes are the larger building blocks of your applications such as tables and posting processes. They determine how the data is stored in the database and flows through the system. Examples are Documents, Master Data and Ledger Entries.

Using Argument Tables | Introducing Overloading in Dynamics NAV


Last year I did some videos about organizing code in Microsoft Dynamics NAV which I put on my YouTube channel. I wanted to do more, but got occupied by writing a book about learning dynamics NAV patterns and organizing a … Continue reading

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