With Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, there are a number of ways that the developers have worked to enhance the performance of the system. One of these performance enhancements has come through the Dimensions Entry, Storing, and Posting redesign.
In Dynamics NAV 2009 and earlier versions, each dimension value would have to be entered, stored, and posted separately.
However, in Dynamics NAV 2013, they have created a Dimension Set Table that runs behind the scenes. This means that once a dimension set has been recorded on a transaction, it is saved “as-is” and can be retrieved in the future.
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