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December 23, 2014

How to Attachments button on a new form DAX 2012 R3

Hi Friends,

Here is another post to share with you all.
In this post will will demonstrate how to add a button for document handling on a new AX Form. To add this functionality you may need to perform following steps.

Step 1. Open your form in AOT and Go to from Design node.

Step 2. Add new button group under ActivePanTab.

Step 3. Add new command button under this new button group.

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Step 4. Set following properties of this button

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Now you need to do one functional setup for this new customization

Step 5: Open below from
 Organization administration/SetUp-> Document Management -> Active Document Table

Step 6: Add your table details here and click on Always enable.

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Step 7: So its done now.
Open your form and click on Attachment button , below form must open.

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Enjoy……
Merry Christmas to all of you.

-Harry

December 08, 2014

Exam MB6-704 Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8 Development Introduction Certification

Exam MB6-704 Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8 Development Introduction Certification 
Hi Friends,

Microsoft just released one more certification for Dynamics AX 2012 technical. Its still not available for registration but soon (within couple of days) it will be available for all of us.

Here is some details about this exam.

Study Guide

80670: Development I in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8
80671: Development II in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8
Exam Topics:
Describe the Dynamics AX Architecture, Manage the Data Dictionary, and Manage the User Interface (30% - 35%)
Describe the Dynamics AX architecture
This topic may include: Identify the features of Dynamics AX; describe the architecture of Dynamics AX; describe the development environment; describe licensing and configuration; describe the model-driven architecture.
Manage the data dictionary
This topic may include: Work with MorphX and the application object tree (AOT); describe primitive and extended data types; create tables; work with indexes, relations, enumerations, and views.
Manage the user interface
This topic may include: Create forms; join data sources; create menu items; create forms from form templates; work with list pages and FactBoxes.
Work with X++ (35% - 40%)
Describe X++
This topic may include: Identify the characteristics of X++; develop by using tools, such as the debugger and the Compare Tool; describe best practices; implement reverse engineering.
Work with X++ control statements
This topic may include: Work with variables, operators, conditional statements, and loops; use built-in functions; use communication tools.
Manage objects and classes
This topic may include: Work with objects, classes, and inheritance; work with scoping events and parameters.
Manage exception handling
This topic may include: Work with exceptions and optimistic concurrency exceptions; work with throw and try/catch statements.
Manage Security and Database Access (30% - 35%)
Work with role-based security
This topic may include: Set up a new user; assign roles to users; change duties on a role; change privileges on a duty; assign permissions to a privilege.
Understand security for developers
This topic may include: Understand permissions and security policies; work with Code Access Security; use display method authorization.
Access the database
This topic may include: Retrieve data; manipulate data; work with queries.

Soon I will share more details about this new certification.

-Harry