Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services and AIF White Papers

We are very happy to announce the availability of several white papers that describe new capabilities supporting the implementation of web services in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. The following white papers introduce the different types of services in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and a new model for consuming external web services: Services in Microsoft Dynamics…


AIF BizTalk adapter white paper updated for sales order scenarios

The AIF/BizTalk white paper has been updated to provide hands-on instructions for reading, updating, and deleting a sales order from BizTalk. You can find it here. This white paper is an extension of the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 AIF BizTalk Adapter Configuration white paper. This paper is designed for BizTalk developers and Microsoft Dynamics AX system administrators…


Creating Custom Dynamics AX Services

  Version: Dynamics AX 2009.   Disclaimer All code used below is meant for illustration purposes only and is not intended for use in production. The following disclaimer applies to all code used in this blog:   Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.  THIS CODE IS MADE AVAILABLE AS IS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY…


Browsing ‘.svc’ Files yields HTTP Error 404.3

Version: Dynamics AX 2009.   Problem You have published your Dynamics AX services as Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) web services through Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), running on Windows Server 2003 or on Windows Server 2008. When you try to browse files with the extension ‘.svc’ you get an error message of type 404.3 with…


Consuming "CustomerService" Web Service

Version: Dynamics AX 4 SP2.    In Dynamics AX 4 SP2, basic framework support for update and delete functionality has been added to the pre-existing framework support for create, read and find functionality. This blog illustrates how the pre-existing functionality as well as the new update and delete functionality can be consumed from a sample…


Welcome to the AIF blog

Hello everybody, The AIF team is excited to announce this new blog for discussing issues related to integrating Dynamics AX through the Application Integration Framework (AIF) and Dynamics AX services.


Consuming External Web Services (Dynamics AX 4)

Version: Dynamics AX 4.   1 Motivation In today’s world of complex business processes, it is not always desirable or possible for companies to implement or customize all aspects of their business applications in-house. At the same time, service providers offer a wide variery of solutions for specific business problems, such as tax services (sales…