A comprehensive guide to developing maintainable and extendable solutions with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3
About This Book
- Design and build software solutions quickly and efficiently, exceeding customer/user expectations
- Build well thought out data structures utilizing various key features of Dynamics AX
- Use this practical programming tutorial to create compelling user interfaces, allowing users to adopt them easily
Who This Book Is For
If you are a software developer new to Dynamics AX programming or an experienced developer migrating from an earlier version of Dynamics AX, this book is an ideal tutorial to help you avoid the common pitfalls and make the most of this advanced technology. This book is also useful if you are a solution architect or technical consultant, as it provides a deeper insight into the technology behind the solution.
Due to its interesting capabilities such as finance and supply chain management, business intelligence and reporting, project management, and so on, Microsoft Dynamics is one of the most widely used solutions adopted by many organizations across the globe. This book is a step-by-step tutorial that covers elements from the initial design through to development. Each concept is fully explained and demonstrated by the creation of a real-world project. You will learn some really useful, advanced development techniques such as extending your code with metadata and exception handling.
This book is an invaluable tutorial if you are moving from another ERP system or language, or if you are a technical consultant with a desire to create efficient functional designs and business solutions.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Preparing Our Solution
Chapter 2. Creating Data Structures
Chapter 3. Creating The User Interface
Chapter 4. Creating Business Logic And Hooking Into Core Ax
Chapter 5. Adding Business Intelligence
Chapter 6. Extending The Solution
Chapter 7. Designing Your Security Model
Chapter 8. Customizing Standard Ax
Chapter 9. Advanced Features And Frameworks
Chapter 10. Advanced Development Techniques
Chapter 11. Unit And Performance Testing