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Programming Microsoft Dynamics™ NAV 2015 by Christopher Studebaker, David Studebaker

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FieldClass property options

Almost all data fields have a FieldClass property. FieldClass has as much effect on the content and usage of a data field as the data type; in some instances, it has more effect. In the next chapter, we'll cover most of the field properties, but we'll discuss the FieldClass property options now.

FieldClass – Normal

When the FieldClass is Normal, the field will contain the type of application data that's typically stored in a table—the contents we would expect based on the data type and various properties.

FieldClass – FlowField

FlowFields must be dynamically calculated. FlowFields are virtual fields that are stored as metadata; they do not contain data in the conventional sense. A FlowField contains the definition of how ...

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