From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Naming Conventions; Troubleshooting Super User Access, 3-Tier Architecture; Binary Data for Web Services

Naming Conventions: Luc Van Vugt's dynamiXs blog offers up some useful resources to study and use when naming objects in NAV, including tables, fields, variables or whatever other object.  These include naming conventions for NAV 2009 tables, forms, reports, codeunits, and more. 

But Luc suggests also looking at the application itself, including:

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