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Part3 - Design, Compile, Run in AX7
This is Part 3 in my design, compile, run series. Please first read Part 1 about paradigms, and especially Part 2 on design, compile, run in AX 2012. In part 2 I explained the design time, compile time and run time differences in AX2012. However subtle and vague they may be, they are there.
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Part 1 of my Dynamics AX Design, Compile, Run blog post series
If you haven't already, please read the intro first. In this first post, we'll discuss development paradigms such as modelstore, layers, models, AOT artifacts and more. If you're reading this chances are you know most of these details, but I encourage you to read through this as the details are ...
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We have a shared folder on the network with all possible versions of AxUtilLib, it's quite the sight :-)
Didn't know there's a copy in the AOS bin folder, although I did see some other things surprisingly showing up in there in recent versions.
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Second part in the design, compile, run series for Dynamics AX
In Part 2 of this design, compile, run series we'll look what design, compile, run actually means in AX 2012. If you haven't read Part 1 about the paradigms in AX 2012, please do. We've looked at layers and models in Part 1 of this blog post series. In versions prior to AX 2012, these layers ...
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Adding to the CU7 blogging and tweeting frenzy :-)
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Today I decided to investigate and blog about a feature I haven't tried since the beta of AX 2012 R2: the Linq connector. I do a quite a bit of C# work regularly, not related to AX, and Linq (along with WPF) is one of my favorite frameworks. So combining that with AX, seems like a perfect match ...
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I posted part 1 of the auto-deploying DLLs and other resources article last month. Although I will finish the part 2 article as promised, an interesting comment and subsequent email discussion / testing has prompted me to include this "intermission". The deployment framework has existed ...
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