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  • Blog Post: Installing individual application hotfixes using CU7 installer

    Are you aware that now we can install application updates (or a subset of them) using the advanced installation option in the CU7 installer? I wanted to demonstrate how you can do it. I hope it can help those who want to update specific bits without upgrading the whole application. 1. Download CU7...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting Upgrade and CU Batch jobs stuck in a waiting status in Dynamics AX 2012

    There may be circumstances when you are testing a Full version upgrade, in place upgrade, or applying a Cumulative Update (CU) in Dynamics AX 2012 where the batch jobs never start and appear to be stuck in a waiting status. Normally we see problems when the Dynamics AX databases is restored to a different...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services Issue Search

    Hi, This is an important update. I wanted to share a cool feature from the Microsoft Dynamics Life Cycle Services site. Now you can search for released hotfixes and even see what is in progress. To start using the issue search log in to Microsoft Dynamics Life Cycle Services site and create a new...
  • Blog Post: Invitation: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 In-Place Upgrade – Overview, Troubleshooting and Tips (EMEA) - July 25th

    Partner Readiness Web Seminar Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 In-Place Upgrade – Overview, Troubleshooting and Tips 25.07.2013 Why attend? ​This session will outline the R2 In-Place upgrade procedure; with a key focus on troubleshooting. The aim is...
  • Blog Post: Struggling with updates? We've got some help!

    We’ve heard that the update process can be confusing and difficult. In CU6 we've shipped a new update installer. We’ve also worked on the following content to make things clearer. Please send feedback--we're happy to keep clarifying. Created a 34 x 44 poster about the update process: ...
  • Blog Post: Cumulative Update 5 has been released

    Cumulative Update 5 for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (CU-5) has been released and published on Partner Source and Customer Source. This release includes: all previously released Cumulative Updates for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 additional hotfixes and improvements based on feedback from our customers...
  • Blog Post: We want to hear from you! Participate in the Microsoft Dynamics AX product suggestions program

    Make your opinion count! Give us your product suggestions and help to make future versions of the Microsoft Dynamics AX applications better. Use this Microsoft Connect site to submit your product suggestions for Microsoft Dynamics products. Search existing suggestions and vote on suggestions submitted...
  • Blog Post: Calling the Update Operation on Services in AX 2012

    Calling the update operation on web services can range from simple to very complicated depending on the entities/tables you are updating. If the entity you are calling is not a date effective entity, then the service's update method is easy to call. You can tell if a table is date effective by going...
  • Blog Post: Turn off Keep Update objects in AX 2012 for new installations

    If you are doing a new install of AX 2012, you should make sure to turn off Keep update objects in the license configuration form. The Keep update objects configuration keys are tied to objects in the SQL database with a prefix of DEL_. The DEL_ tables and DEL_ fields are some of the few objects...
  • Blog Post: Overview of Microsoft Dynamics AX build numbers

    Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Version Build Comment Link Recent kernel build 6.3.164.3668 30 Oct 2014 KB3012142 Cumulative Update 8 6.3.1000.309 18 Nov 2014 KB2998197 Hotfixes 6.3.164.xxxx LCS > Issue search RTM 6.3.164.0 ...
  • Blog Post: Calling the Update Operation on the SalesOrderService

    The code is an example of how to call the update method on sales order in AX 2012 using the SalesOrderService. static void Main(string[] args) { //First find the order AxdSalesOrder salesOrder = Program.FindOrder(); //Now update it Program.UpdateOrder(salesOrder); } static...
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