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Microsoft Dynamics introduced a feature inclined towards redesigning data access layers between Dynamics NAV server Tier and SQL Server RDBMS. The reason for doing so, it seems, is to adjust to ADO.NET interface & support enhanced features within SQL Server. Let’s see some of the features introduced with changes:
These were the benefits that are been catered to new customers, however; not to forget that some of the drawbacks that are faced by existing users. Some of the features that formed the integral part of previous NAV versions but no longer exist.
These changes of Dynamics NAV system has witnessed considerably enhanced performance as compared to NAV 2009. This technology has evolved in a refined manner in its newer avatar of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. If you are one of those businesses or entrepreneur using a version prior to NAV 2013 R2, I would strongly recommend you to speak to your software development partner and find out more about these changes and make them work in your favor.
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