I recently posted a seven-part series on SQL for super users. (You’ll find the introduction here.)
In this series, I chose to use generic Northwind database (with some enhancements) for my examples. (The posts came out of presentation I made to a mixed group of Dynamics users.)
But, as you know, each kind of Dynamics software (i.e. GP, NAV, AX, CRM) has its idiosyncrasies. Therefore, I’m in the process of adapting the generic Northwind examples to specific Dynamics types. And I’m starting with NAV, as I happen to spend quite a lot of time on it. (If you’re interested in getting a copy of the PDF when it’s ready, let me know.)
As I prep the NAV series, I realize a basic intro to NAV would be useful before launching into it.