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Microsoft Dynamics NAV by Mark Brummel, Christopher Studebaker, David Studebaker, David Roys, Vjekoslav Babić, Cristina Nicolàs Lorente, Laura Nicolàs Lorente, Alex Chow

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Chapter 4. Building an Example Application Using Patterns

In this chapter, we will combine the Patterns that we have learned in the previous chapters into an application. Since the focus of this book is studying Patterns, we will implement them in an abstract way to avoid any functional flavor that might pollute this.

In the last chapter of this book, we will add the functional information that gives meaning to the abstract Patterns. The name of our application will be Example as the name of the chapter implies.

The design elements

We want to use as many Patterns in the application as possible to demonstrate their interaction. Although the Patterns are abstract, they have typical functional implementations that make them recognizable in an ERP environment, ...

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