From the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Blogs: Multilanguage data; Production order status; Great NAV developers

NAV Design Pattern of the Week: Multilanguage Application Data: On the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Team blog, the team discusses the Multilanguage Application Data Pattern.

Generally, NAV translation refers to the translation of UI elements like captions and user texts (messages on dialogs, warnings, error messages). The translation is done by the Dynamics NAV team before it releases the localized version of the product.

But there is one more scenario, the team notes.


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