Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Training

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About Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Training

Microsoft Dynamics AX was originally developed as a collaboration between IBM and Danish Damgaard Data as IBM Axapta. Axapta was initially released in March 1998 in the Danish and U.S. markets. IBM returned all rights in the product to Damgaard Data shortly after the release of Version 1.5. Damgaard Data merged with Navision Software A/S in 2000 to form NavisionDamgaard, later named Navision A/S. Microsoft acquired the combined company in July 2002.[4]

In September 2011, Microsoft released version AX 2012.[5] It was made available and supported in more than 30 countries and 25 languages.

The newest version, released in February 2016[6], dropped the nomenclature of year and version and was simply called AX, although was widely known as AX7. This update was a major revision with a completely new UI delivered through a browser-based HTML5 client, and initially only available as a cloud-hosted application. This version lasted only a few months, though, as Dynamics AX was rebranded Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations in October 2016, and once more as Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations in July 2017.


Module 1: Architecture



• Introduction
• Features of Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Architecture
• Development Environment
• Model Driven Architecture

Module 2: Data Dictionary



• Introduction
• MORPHX and the Application Object Tree
• Tables
• Data Types: Primitive and Extended
• Creating Tables
• Indexes
• Relations
• Base Enumerations
• Views

Module 3: User Interfaces



• Introduction
• Forms
• Joining Data Sources
• Menus Items
• Form Templates
• List Pages

Module 4: Introduction to X++

This module introduces the characteristics of X++


• Introduction
• Characteristics of X++
• Development Tools
• Best Practices

Module 5: X++ Control Statements

This module explains how to use control statements in X++.


• Introduction
• Introduction to Variables
• Operators
• Conditional Statements
• Loops
• Built-in Functions
• Communication Tools

Module 6: Accessing the Database

This module explains how to develop modifications that interact with the database


• Introduction
• Retrieving Data
• Data Manipulation
• Queries

Module 7: Exception Handling

This module discusses the mechanisms built in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to help with exception handling.


• Introduction
• Exceptions
• Try and Catch Exceptions
• Throwing Exceptions
• Optimistic Concurrency Exceptions

Module 8: Number Sequences

This module explains how developers can perform customizations using the number sequence framework.


• Introduction
• Set Up and Administration
• Using Number Sequences in Forms

Module 9: Fact boxes/Infoparts



• Introduction
• Menu Items
• Creating Factboxes
• Applying in the existing application

Module 10: Dialogs, Text Files and CSV files

This module explains how to create dialog boxes, create text files and convert the existing data to text files or CSV files


• Introduction
• Creating , reading and writing the data in text files
• Creating Dialog boxes
• Importing the data into the CSV file using X++ coding
• Creating the forms using X++ coding

Module 11: AIF (Application Integration Framework)

This module explains how to create custom service and expose the service to external applications. This also explains how to consume the services using external applications


• Introduction
• Creating a custom service
• Deploying a service
• Testing the service
• Consuming the service using visual studio

Module 12: Application Deployment

This module explains how to deploy the changes into the staging/production environment once the customisation are done in the development environment


• Introduction
• Identifying the objects to be deployed
• Deploy into the required environment
• Save the changes after deployment

Module 13: Reporting

This module introduces students to the features of SSRS and shows how to create simple reports by using a query and an auto-design. In addition, a complex report using by the new report data provider framework in a precision design is reviewed.

Types of Reports

• Standard dynamics AX Reports
• SSRS Reports

o Standard Dynamics AX Reports
• Introduction
• Creating a report
• Designing a report
• Executing report through Menu Items
• Executing report through X++ code

o SSRS Reports
o Query Based Reports and RDP Reports

• Introduction
• Reporting Features Overview
• Report Data Overview
• Creating Basic Reports from a Query and RDP
• Manage Report Execution by Using X++
• Print Management

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Updated: June 12, 2017 — 5:03 am

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