Dig into the architecture and internals of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012—with firsthand insights from the team that designed and developed it. Targeted for solution developers and system implementers, this guide focuses on programming and customization capabilities—including key architectural principles, the application model, framework, and tools.
Architecture and development environment, including MorphX
Microsoft Visual Studio tools for Microsoft Dynamics AX
X++ programming language
Microsoft SQL Server reporting and analytics
Core development concepts
Extending and customizing Microsoft Dynamics AX
Performance and security considerations
Note: Readers should have working knowledge of SQL and OOP concepts to gain max benefit from this book.
ForewordIntroductionPart I: A Tour of the Development EnvironmentChapter 1: Architectural OverviewChapter 2: The MorphX Development Environment and ToolsChapter 3: Microsoft Dynamics AX and .NETChapter 4: The X++ Programming LanguagePart II: Developing with Microsoft Dynamics AXChapter 5: Designing the User ExperienceChapter 6: The Microsoft Dynamics AX ClientChapter 7: Enterprise PortalChapter 8: Workflow in Microsoft Dynamics AXChapter 9: Reporting in Microsoft Dynamics AXChapter 10: BI and AnalyticsChapter 11: Security, Licensing, and ConfigurationChapter 12: Microsoft Dynamics AX Services and IntegrationChapter 13: PerformanceChapter 14: Extending Microsoft Dynamics AXChapter 15: TestingChapter 16: Customizing and Adding HelpPart III: Under the HoodChapter 17: The Database LayerChapter 18: The Batch FrameworkChapter 19: Application Domain FrameworksChapter 20: ReflectionChapter 21: Application ModelsResources for Code UpgradeAbout the authors
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