In this chapter, we have learned how to implement the Job functionality of Microsoft Dynamics NAV. We also discussed different strategies of setting up Jobs and Job Tasks.
We created several examples with different invoicing methods using the Job Planning Lines in a creative way. When purchasing items for jobs, the items are not used for costing but in the work in progress calculation we discussed in detail.
Invoicing is done automatically when everything is done as it should be done. Lastly, we designed some small enhancements for the Job module without doing big changes in the standard application. This was the last chapter about the functionality of Microsoft Dynamics NAV. We have discussed all possibilities of the application and how they should be changed without risking or breaking anything.
In the next chapter, we will look at how Microsoft Dynamics NAV can interface with other applications.