Florian's weblog

My first experience with Microsoft Dynamics AX, BC.Net and the Enterprise Portal at Microsoft.

July, 2008

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    AXToolbox?

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    Fabrice Marguerie created some years ago the website SharpToolbox , which is a search engine for .Net development tools and the best of its kind. Since I did not find any site giving me a complete overview over Dynamics Ax tools, I’d like to create...
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    PDF with Dynamics Ax

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    As you already know, Microsoft Dynamics Ax does offer a native PDF support which works fine in most cases. The code for this has been written in X++. Unfortunately this might cause some performance problems for large PDF-documents, since X++ is an interpreted...
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    Troubleshooting a simple BC.Net application

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    Here's a simple checklist if you have problems to connect to the AOS (Dynamics Ax 4) with the BC.Net. Your code might look like this: 1: Microsoft.Dynamics.BusinessConnectorNet.Axapta ax; 2: string configuration = " C:\\Sample.axc " ; //see step...
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    Printer friendly with Enterprise Portal (EP)

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    Having a printer friendly view seems to me a quite basic feature, but unfortunately this isn't the case for the EP. Fortunately the guys from Eggheadcafe had a great idea which permits you to create a printer friendly view with ease. (Thank you for that...
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    The .Net Business Connector (BC.Net) and the IIS

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    BC.Net client application The BC.Net is designed to be a client application in a non multithreading context. This is why the assembly is deployed in the bin-directory of the Dynamics Ax client . The following schema describes the standard scenario...
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    Phantom CLR-objects with X++

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    Some weeks ago I got the following code: 1: try 2: { 3: iop = new InteropPermission(InteropKind::ClrInterop); 4: iop.assert(); 5: 6: fileInfo = new System.IO.FileInfo(filename); 7: 8: if (WinAPI::fileExists(filename)) 9: { 10: fileInfo.Delete();...
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    Troubles with WinAPI in X++

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    Maybe the title is some kind of misguiding, since it's neither the WinAPI nor X++ that are causing troubles, but the wrong use of the WinAPI with X++. Anyway, you might know what I mean ... Following blindly sample code from the web or the online documentation...
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    Down, up, super and base

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    Sometimes the programming language is determining the perspective. Last week I read the definition of downcasting on Wikipedia : In object-oriented programming , downcasting or type refinement is the act of casting a pointer or a reference to a...
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