I just experienced a case where Client want to see a common list Page in NAV where he can see a data which is basically a combination of multiple Tables. Though it’s achievable in NAV but you need to write a bulky code on the page which eventually turns off the Performance.
So what I did I made a SQL view for this combination which is very simple from SQL’S point of view.
When you will execute the above view in SQL you will have the exact look and feel what client was expecting in NAV. So what you need to do is you have to make a new Table with the same name as of the view and with the same columns as shown below
Now you have to turn on the below property of the Table to get this interconnected.
Now when you will run this Table you will get the same desired results of what you experienced in SQL.
P.S – Only do this when you have a combination of multiple tables and is really critical, as it’s consuming a Table Object in NAV.