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30 November 2009

Links List November 2009

by Patrik Luca 0 comments


I decided to share all my interesting reads and resources month by month with my blog readers. You can find these posts by searching on the label Links. I'll try to order the resources in logical categories. If you would like to see some interesting stuff added in the next month, don't hesitate to post a comment.

So this is my Links post for November 2009.

Dynamics AX

  • User Controls Overview: User Controls are the primary method for adding new functionality to Enterprise Portal. User Controls are developed in Visual Studio. They are added to Enterprise Portal pages by the Dynamics User Control Web part. User Controls and the ASP.NET-based framework are a replacement for the Web Forms and Web Controls that were the primary method for adding functionality in earlier releases of Enterprise Portal. Web Forms and Web Controls are still supported in this version of Enterprise Portal. However, we recommend that any new development for Enterprise Portal be done with User Controls and the Visual Studio framework.
  • The X++ based Web UI Framework in Enterprise Portal will be Discontinued in Future Releases of Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • SysDictCoder: blog about Dynamics AX stuff.
  • Belgian Dynamics Community: Almost 3000 companies and organizations in Belgium are using Microsoft Dynamics-based solutions every day. More than 700 people in ICT companies are daily involved in consultancy, project management or software development around the Microsoft Dynamics platform. In this important ecosystem, the Belgian Dynamics Community (BDC), created in 2008, plays an important role as the largest independent community for Microsoft Dynamics in Belgium. The activities of BDC cover three major product lines: Microsoft Dynamics NAV, AX and CRM, but also includes solutions and products that surround the Microsoft Dynamics platform: Business  Intelligence, SharePoint, Mobile solutions,…
  • Supply Chain Management in Dynamics AX: Arrival overview: In Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009, the Arrival overview form is introduced to improve the overview of items expected to arrive as incoming goods. The new feature provides an overview of all expected incoming items and arrivals can be initialized based on the overview. The focus of this blog post is the functionality of the Arrival overview form and the receiving process.

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