gevis ERP | AX available in the Azure Marketplace!

I’m very proud to announce the availability of the newest version of gevis ERP | AX in the Azure Marketplace. gevis ERP | AX is my company‘s AX-based ISV solution for wholesale companies. The one you can access now is based on the New Microsoft Dynamics AX (aka AX7) that is going to be released officially soon.
Getting the product not just to be ready on the new major version in time but also to be curated and validated by Microsoft (including enrichment and delivery in measurable highest quality) for the marketplace involved a lot of people doing lots of work and is a great milestone for us!
Please visit the product’s landing page in Azure Marketplace to find out more.

gevis ERP | AX

AX7 – Services and Examples

You might have heard that AIF (Application Integration Framework) is no longer supported in the new Microsoft Dynamics AX. Though the SOAP-based custom services still are there and work as they did in AX 2012. And the services are provided JSON-based, too. Pretty much everything you need to know at the start is available in a great wiki article, the Microsoft Dynamics AX Services Technical Concepts Guide.

The one thing I’d really like to point out is that there are lots of good examples provided by Microsoft and made available on GitHub. You can use them to learn how things work and as a suitable starting point for your implementations. The root address of the examples is Microsoft / Dynamics-AX-Integration.

AX7 – Table Id and Field Id

During development and especially debugging the new Microsoft Dynamics AX you are to face the question which table Id or field Id actually stands for which table. In AX 2012 you saw the Ids in the property sheet of selected AOT elements; those were stored in the model database. With AX7 this has changed.

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AX7 – Database Synchronization w/o Visual Studio

Some time ago I wrote about the ways to perform a database synchronization from Visual Studio in the new Microsoft Dynamics AX. Clearly this relates to development environments. Here’s one way to do a synchronization without VS – you’ll need it when you have a deployed environment.

Read more …AX7 – Database Synchronization w/o Visual Studio