David Ferguson

Axapta, C++ and Snowboarding

March, 2006

  • David Ferguson

    Know where the fall line is

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    Microsoft is full of interesting people. Some of the guys in my group go snowboarding once a week and they are kind enough to take me along and show me the ropes. We usually go to the Stevens Pass one day a week after work. If you leave a little early...
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    Using dimof() on a Dynamic Array

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    I stumbled across some older X++ code that was using the little know dynamic array. It took a while to find out how to retreive the size of the dynamic array. Here is a little example of using a dynamic array in Axapta: int foo[]; int r; ...
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    Args and the Axapta Construction Pattern

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    When looking through Axapta code you will see a lot of references to the type Args . This type is used as a general method for sharing construction parameters. It works well because in the Axapta usa ge pattern because the typical number of parameters...
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    Making things "click"

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    I answer questions in discussion groups from time to time. Yesterday, I answered a question and got a very nice thank you. It really brightened my day, and reminded me of what I like best about software, it is so cool when things “click”. You look and...
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    What are Menu item references on report control?

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    Menu item references are used to add alternative drill down links in a report. When you right click on the output field in the report the list of menu items will be presented in a popup menu. The easiest way to add menu items to a report is to drag-n...
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