Often when creating a new event subscription (some time ago I wrote about Events and Subscriptions in the new Dynamics AX) I need to look up how I can access stuff from the given parameters. So here are some random examples listed, without making claims of being complete.
Today I want to show how you can export and import projects. It’s very easy and similar to what can be done in AX 2012.
With the new Dynamics AX there are new APIs that are needed because of the technological changes. If you want to navigate the user’s browser to a different URL programmatically (and not by providing a link they can click) this can be done very easily by using the new class Browser.
After a short break I’m back (I was on vacation all March and try to reintegrate myself to daily life since then 😉 ) – first of all with a small post concerning the Wiki. It is tremendously helpful but there are teething troubles with the integrated search functionality.
While Technical Conference is underway Microsoft made the first version of the new Microsoft Dynamics AX available. You call it RTW, which is short for Release To Web (the old-fashioned term would have been RTM – Release To Manufacturing – which meant that the CDs can be cut). And yes, I was wrong about the date somehow but still the release party (besides the conference that is held in Seattle right now) is at the date I named.
Although I’m not at the conference I was able to take a first look at RTW (carrying version no 7.0.1265.3015, platform 7.0.4030.16079) and would like to point out what got my attention at first sight.