Let's create a structure of our own in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. To do this, we must think of something that is not already available in the standard package but can be built on top of it.
For our example application, we will run a squash court. Running a squash court is simple to understand but something we cannot do without changing and expanding the product. In order to define our changes, we first need to make a fit-gap analysis.
After this chapter, you will have better understanding on how to reuse the framework of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV application. We will show how to reverse engineer the application and to study its functionality by going into the application code.
For this example, some new and changed objects are required. The Appendix, Installation Guide, describes where to find the objects and how to install and activate them.
In the first part, we will look at how to reverse engineer the standard application to look at...