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Using X++ to add a control at runtime 

Adding controls at runtime can be a powerful feature of Microsoft Dynamics AX client development. As a developer you may choose to display a control based on business logic and one way to do this can be with X++. I had a recent case where attempting this caused the Financial dimension fields to not work....Read more

Dynamics Online Payment Services – Payment Provider Sign Ups 

Microsoft Dynamics Online is a free service to link your ERP to a payment provider.  When configuring Microsoft Dynamics Online as your payment gateway, you are provided with 5 payment provider options to connect a merchant account.  These options are listed below and are the only available options to use with this solution.  If you would...Read more

How to Manage Auto Save for individual forms of entity 

In our previous blog we had discussed about how to manage auto save. We learned about the auto save capabilities and also discussed few scenarios where you might want to disable it. We discussed about how to control this at the organization level as well.  The organization level setting turns off auto save for all...Read more

AX for Retail 2012: Daisy-chaining Blank Operations 

In a previous article I showed how easy it is to write a blank operation to add a specific item to a retail transaction: Application.RunOperation(PosisOperations.ItemSale, "0110"); It doesn’t get much simpler than that:  a single line of code. Unfortunately there is a limitation to this method:  you can only add an item with a quantity...Read more

Announcing the CRM 2013 Customer Center, Implementation Guide and SDK! 

Check out all the great new documentation, videos, guides, eBooks, developer tools, and resources for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Fall ’13 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 releases! Information for end-users  Go to All new Customer Center! Getting Ready page to help prepare people for the release! eBook:What’s Changed in CRM 2013 eBook: Bring in...Read more

Check your JavaScript code to prepare for your upgrade 

Microsoft Dynamics CRM is changing. To keep up with these changes so that you can take advantage of new features you need to check that any JavaScript code you are using is ready for an upgrade. Why do I need to check my JavaScript? What has changed? How can I check my code? How can...Read more