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preparation for Development exam II........................

southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
Dear all,

Can any one get me the guidelines of topics to be prepared for Development Examination II........... Should i also have to go through the Functional flows also...... gulde me

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    reemareema Member Posts: 255
    edited 2008-10-06
    For Solution Development, or dev II, if you have the official MOC (manual), in there, there's a chapter review questions, containing about 30 questions that usually come back on the exam in some way. Also have a look at the test your knowledge questions after every chapter.

    For example viewtopic.php?t=5409


    you need not to go for the Functional areas( Finance, sales ...)



    Good luck! :D
    reema
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    southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
    reema!!!! ur not sure about Functional............ :) Thanks for ur info
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    reemareema Member Posts: 255
    You need not go for Functional areas............ [-X
    reema
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    southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
    edited 2008-10-06
    any way thanks mam!!!!!!!! But one thing r u sure No functional areas required................ :o :roll: :?: :!: :-k
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    WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    any way thanks mam!!!!!!!!

    mam??
    :mrgreen:

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
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    southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
    There is nothing to make comedy Mr. Waldo [-X ............. :-# please
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    reemareema Member Posts: 255
    What you mean by functional flows......... :-k
    reema
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    WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    There is nothing to make comedy Mr. Waldo [-X ............. :-# please

    :-s

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
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    krikikriki Member, Moderator Posts: 9,098
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    southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
    means......... simple Suppose for example if am posting a sales order........ wat tables are getting affected............ i do think ur getting me........ Simple example
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    reemareema Member Posts: 255
    Need not for the Exam Development II.




    You should use respectful communication with the Experts like Mr. Waldo.
    reema
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    David_SingletonDavid_Singleton Member Posts: 5,479
    There is nothing to make comedy Mr. Waldo [-X ............. :-# please


    I thought it was funny. \:D/
    David Singleton
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    southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
    I do know that ........ Am just making for fun.............. nothing to take serious
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    WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    Ok, let's drop it :) and go back on topic.

    In my opinion, for being a good developer, you need (at least) basic understanding of the functionality. In DEVII, you learn for example what's behind a posting routine. So yeah, you should know what a posting routine is, why one is posting something ... and what "something" is (invoice, order, shipment, receipt, ...).

    If the question is: are they going to ask? Then my answer would be: I guess not. The only thing is, if you're a little bit familiar with NAV's funcionality, it will make studying DEVII much easier.

    Again ... my opinion.

    One tip: explore this topic, like reema suggested. It'll give you a good idea of which questions are asked... (I guess ... I never used it).

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
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    southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
    Thanks for ur valuable suggestion Mr. waldo
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    WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    wow .. that's a late reply :mrgreen:

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
    My blog
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    southindiansouthindian Member Posts: 247
    Mr. waldo..... can u please guide for one of the query I have listed today regarding Configuration Management Certifcation...... nee ur advice and suggession.............
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