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  • Blog Post: Some links to IIS 7 information

    IIS 7 changed fundamentally since IIS 6. Here are some links that might help you when you feel lost with all these changes ;-) IIS 7 Links: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732976.aspx ( IIS 7.0: Operations Gui de) http://www.iis.net/ConfigReference ( IIS 7.0 Configuration Reference ) http...
  • Blog Post: AxUpdatePortal Utility

    I just want to remind the existence of this nice little tool , which is be very useful for any deployment or redeployment of your WebParts and EP-sites. Basically it is a simple .Net command-line executable which calls the same method as the AxSetup does during the installation of Ax 2009: EPReturnCodes...
  • Blog Post: .Net 3.5 SP1 with Ax2009

    Unfortunately Ax2009 does create in conjunction with the .Net 3.5 SP1 the following exception: A ProgressTemplate must be specified on UpdateProgress control with ID ‘id’. This will be fixed very soon. Until then, please just don’t install the SP1 on your Ax2009 server or if you already did...
  • Blog Post: The Axapta-logon with the Enterprise Portal (EP)

    It’s quite important to understand how EP logs on to Ax4. Since a graphic is much easier to understand than a large text, here’s a flow diagram that shows the initialization process that happens in the Init-method of the SessionItem-class in the WebParts-assembly (a little bit simplified): An exception...
  • Blog Post: Printer friendly EP pages – Part II

    Some days ago I presented a quite simple way to have printer friendly EP pages . Since sometimes it’s good to have different solutions here’s another solution from Anders K. Jacobsen here and here . You just have to create a new master-page (based on the EP default one) and redesign it with the Sharepoint...
  • Blog Post: Printer friendly with Enterprise Portal (EP)

    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!) Here's my version for the EP: Just add a ...
  • Blog Post: The .Net Business Connector (BC.Net) and the IIS

    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 you might find described on msdn and many excellent...
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