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  • Blog Post: Webcast: .Net for X++ programmers

    I will do a short Webcast about .Net basics for X++ developers which is based on the articles I posted here recently. During 1 hour I’ll talk about the basics of .Net and how to do’s. If you are a X++ programmer and you are new to .Net, this Webcast might interest you. The Webcast take place on Tuesday...
  • Blog Post: 3. Some important things for a X++ developer to know when writing C# code

    3.1 Changing types (converting and casting) C# is an strongly-typed programming language (even if there are different opinions about this, but coding managed, safe code with C# will fit the definition of a strongly-typed programming language). I quote one definition from an article on Wikipedia: Most...
  • Blog Post: 1. The garbage collector in X++ and the CLR

    I often hear from X++ developers, that the .Net garbage collector ( GC ) does not work correctly or that it isn’t as good as the one from Dynamics Ax because it is not known to you when objects are collected. This is of course nonsense not true and the reason will be exposed in this posting. My intention...
  • Blog Post: 2. Exception handling in X++ and C#

    Exceptions in Dynamics Ax are quite different than exceptions in .Net. Not only because of the type “System.Exception” and the way you are handling exceptions, but because of the different philosophy on handling exceptions, too. First of all I’d like to quote Jeffrey Richter’s (CLR in C#) definition...
  • Blog Post: The CLR for X++ programmers

    Dynamics Ax offers since Ax4 a .Net support ( BC.Net, EP and CLR objects with X++ ). As a matter of fact .Net will have a more and more important influence on Dynamics Ax since .Net is the glue of the Microsoft product stack . Sharepoint, BizTalk, SQL Server, Analysis Services, Microsoft Project, Workflow...
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