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I am working in a team developing an integrator for Microsoft Dynamics NAV with one of our client tools.
The plug-in connector( integrator) will facilitate bi-directional data transfer between NAV and the client tool.
I need to know the standard objects for NAV so that we can go ahead with the investigation.
Please help me get the default objects. Any pointers would be helpful.
the base object types are: table, page, report, codeunit, query, xmlport
data is stored in the tables. to understand the base structure of nav (technically) start with the tables.
and there with the sales and purchase tables:
a list of the main tables:
G/L Account, Customer, Vendor, Item, Sales Header, Sales Line, Purchase Header, Purchase Line, Company Information, User, User Setup, General Ledger Setup, Sales Shipment Header, Sales Invoice Header, Sales Cr.Memo Header, and some more
codeunits contain the main part of the business logic, reports are used for reporting and batch jobs, xmlports are used for data import/export, pages are the elements of the rtc client to view/edit data, queries are mainly used as base for charts.
Main object types are
From this 7 object type you can expose 3 object types as webservices,
Designing Application Objects: msdn.microsoft.com/.../dd301170(v=nav.70).aspx
You use tables to store data. For example, a business application may contain a customer table that stores information about each customer, such as, name, address, telephone number, and contact person.
You use reports to present data. You use filters and sorting to select the data that you want to present in a report.
You use XMLports to import and export data in .xml, .txt, or .csv format.
A codeunit contains user-defined functions that are written in C/AL code. You can use the functions in a codeunit from the other objects in your application.
A MenuSuite object contains the set of menus that are displayed in the navigation pane.
Pages display data from the database and allow users to enter new data into the database.
A query specifies a set of data from the database.
Overview of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Services : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd355398(v=nav.70).aspx
Walkthrough: Creating and Using a Codeunit Web Service (SOAP) : msdn.microsoft.com/.../dd339004(v=nav.70).aspx
To get the list of objects in NAV. You can open the object designer from development environment client of NAV 2013.
there you will find all the nav object list.
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