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									                                 EXAM MB7-514:
                            NAV 5.0 C/SIDE Introduction

About this Exam

This certification exam measures your ability to do the following:

  Understand and articulate concepts behind creating and customizing Microsoft
  Dynamics NAV objects, developing with C/AL, the Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  programming language, and importing and exporting data by using dataports,
  XMLports, and automation.

Time requirements and questions

  120 minutes to complete the exam
  104 questions, with a passing rate of 80 percent
  Multiple choice and multiple answer questions

Audience Profile

Individuals who want to obtain a certification on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0
C/SIDE Introduction should take this exam.

Additional skills recommended:

  General working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows
  2000, or Windows XP, and basic programming concepts.

Credit Toward Certification

Exam MB7-514: NAV 5.0 C/SIDE Introduction: counts as credit toward the following

  Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Specialist
  Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional – Developer
  for Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional – Installation
  and Configuration for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Note This preparation guide is subject to change at any time without prior notice
and at the sole discretion of Microsoft. Microsoft exams might include adaptive
testing technology and simulation items. Microsoft does not identify the format in

which exams are presented. Please use this preparation guide to prepare for the
exam, regardless of its format

Skills Being Measured
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The
percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam.

Basic Tables (16 percent)

  Basic Tables
  Table and Field Properties
  Creating Tables
  Defining Keys
  Setting Relationships Between Tables
  Special Table Fields
  Table Types and Characteristics

Basic Forms (16 percent)

  Defining Forms
  Blank Forms
  Useful Controls
  Form Wizard
  Creating Buttons
  Creating Subforms
  Form Properties and Triggers
  Form Types and Characteristics
  Standard Navigations

C/AL Programming (24 percent)

  Defining C/AL
  Accessing C/AL
  Simple Datatypes
  Identifiers and Variables
  Assignment Statements
  Numeric Expressions
  Logical and Related Expressions
  IF and EXIT Statements
  Compound Statements and Comments

  Repetitive Statements
  Other Statements
  Calling Built-in Functions
  Using Intrinsic C/AL Functions
  Creating C/AL Functions

Reports (16 percent)

  Defining Reports
  Types of Printed Reports
  Report Designer
  How Sections Work
  Useful Properties
  Grouping Within a Report
  Totaling Within a Report
  Advanced Report Features

Dataports and Xmlports (10 percent)

  Defining Dataports
  Dataport Fundamentals
  Creating Dataports
  Defining Xmlports
  Xmlport Fundamentals
  Creating Xmlports

Codeunits (6 percent)

  Defining Codeunits
  Codeunit Fundamentals
  Creating Codeunits

Menusuites (6 percent)

  Defining Menusuites
  Menusuite Fundamentals
  Customizing Menusuites
  Exporting a Menusuite Object
  Upgrading a Menusuite Object

Automation (6 percent)

  Reasons to Use Automation in Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  Creating Automation Variables
  Creating Reports with Automation
  Responding to Events
  Common Problems and Limitations


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