Feedback on DAX Developer Center

You may have seen my post about the Dynamics AX developer center on MSDN but even more exciting news is that I have recently become responsible for its content.   At first, I was drunk with power. But I’m over it now and would like to say that if you have any feedback on what…

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Update on the Dynamics AX SDK Team

The Dynamics AX SDK team is responsible for the product developer documentation. Lately, I have been getting the word out about what the SDK team has been doing lately and catch up anyone who’s interested on what’s new with the developer documentation. We have been up to a lot since the 4.0 release.   The full update follows below…

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Yahoo Group for Dynamics AX

I thought I knew all the resources that existed for Dynamics AX development and now I come to find out there’s one heretofore unknown to me. That is the Dynamics AX dev group on Yahoo which you can get via this link: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/development-axapta/. It’s quite an active group and a good place to research questions…

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July SDK Content Released

The latest SDK updates for July have just been released to MSDN. These updates (and all updates so far this year) all pertain to Dynamics AX version 4.0. The main link for MSDN is http://msdn.microsoft.com or you can go directly to the developer docs at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa493463.aspx. To find out what’s new and updated for July (or previous months in 2007), go to…

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Dynamics AX 4.0 SP2 Released

Service Pack 2 for Dynamics AX version 4.0 has just been released. SP2 contains some long-awaited features for AIF in addition to a plethora of bug fixes in all areas of the product. SP2 is available on PartnerSource and CustomerSource. Note that you must have access to these sites in order to log in. 

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AIF Now Supports Updating & Deleting Data

Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0 SP2 has just been released. For AIF this means two great things:   The AIF framework supports updating and deleting data. There are 15 new document classes.   CRUD With the release of SP2, AIF now supports CRUD (create, read, update and delete). This means that the framework supports updating and…

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June SDK Content Released

The latest SDK updates for June have just been released to MSDN. These updates (and all updates so far this year) all pertain to Dynamics AX version 4.0. The main link for MSDN is http://msdn.microsoft.com or you can go directly to the developer docs at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa493463.aspx. To find out what’s new and updated for June (or previous months in 2007), go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=23FA33F1-1879-4982-8C16-583D89C40901&displaylang=en.

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AIF XML Samples

I often see requests for samples of XML messages, for example, a sample message containing query criteria. There are a few resources available to help you format inbound AIF messages. AIF Samples – There are AIF samples available on PartnerSource (this requires that you have access to PartnerSource). If you extract the zip file, under…

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Dynamics AX Developer Center Goes Live

The Dynamicx AX Developer Center is now live on MSDN and contains a plethora of resources for AX developers.  http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/ax/default.aspx  The SDK team welcomes your feedback on any general or specific comments you have about the developer documentation.

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Configure AIF for Data Exchange White Paper – Link Correction

In a previous post, I listed the PartnerSource and CustomerSource links to the AIF white papers. The link to the white paper about configuring AIF for data exchange was incorrect, so here are the correct links: PartnerSource: https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/documentation/whitepapers/dax40sp1_Config+AIF+For+Data+Exchange.htm CustomerSource: https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/documentation/whitepapers/dax40sp1_Config+AIF+For+Data+Exchange.htm Note: You’ll need a valid PartnerSource or CustomerSource login to access the papers.  

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