New post is up over on my company’s blog. Have a look! AX 7 has many new features around organizing code; partners, customers, and ISVs need to understand these features … Continue reading Upgradeable Programming in Dynamics AX (v7)
I’m continuing my blog series about the component pieces of an Azure Marketplace solution over on the company blog: Latest post: Understanding Process Data Packages in LCS Previous posts: Azure Marketplace and the … Continue reading Azure Marketplace Series
New blog post is up on the SAGlobal site. Packaging Extensions for Dynamics AX Packages. Extensions. Layers. Models. These are important technical concepts in the new Dynamics AX; it is enough to … Continue reading I’m On A Roll
Dynamics AX has been down the dashboard road before. Role centers were introduced in AX 2009 and carried forward into AX 2012, but never really found traction. The new Dynamics … Continue reading Workspaces in Dynamics AX (v7) – Let’s Make them Awesome
New Dynamics AX technology is creating challenges and opportunities for ISVs and partners. Solution providers are now asked to bake their experience and expertise into the product by adding process … Continue reading A Brief History of Dynamics AX (v7) on the Azure Marketplace
Over the past few years, I’ve been trying to help users with simple guides for doing the most common tasks in AX 2012. With the release of the new Dynamics … Continue reading Killing Me Softly With Task Guides
Back in the day with Axapta (AX) 2.5 and 3.0 there was a “What’s this?” option as part of the right-click contextual menu. It would bring up the help text … Continue reading Bringing back “What’s this?”
So – shockingly – not everyone has an iPad. This video from Dynamics AX 2012 Trade teaches how to do a Purchase requisition so you can get yours.
For years, self-guided learning of Dynamics AX has been difficult. Many implementations begin with consultants walking through the most basic processes, and even after the training users struggle to recall … Continue reading Why this blog (and why the iPad)?