Dynamics AX Online Training

Course Objective – Dynamics AX

Microsoft Dynamics AX is the hottest technology in the market today and if you want to transition your career in Microsoft Dynamics, then there is no better time then today to learn and grow. Microsoft Dynamics AX can be utilized for Sales Force Automation, Marketing Campaigns, complete Customer Service Management, Project Service Automation, Field Service, Financials, and Operations as out of the box functionalities.

Job Opportunities

Looking at the Dynamics AX market forecast, it looks promising and the upward trend will keep progressing with time. Hence, the job trend or Market is not a short lived phenomenon as Dynamics AX is here to stay. It has the potential to improve job prospects whether you are a fresher or an experienced professional. The average salary for Dynamics AX professionals in the non-managerial role is 8.5 lakhs INR, whilst managers can earn an average of whopping 16 lakhs.

Course Duration

Total duration: 30 hours

Detailed course content

Module 1: Introduction

  • What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 for Developers
  • What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for Developers
  • Lifecycle Services for Microsoft Dynamics User Guide (LCS)
  • Debugging
  • White Papers about Microsoft Dynamics AX for Developers
  • Searching for Documentation with WebSearchAx
  • Database ERDs on the AxErd Website
  • What’s New for Developers in Cumulative Update 6 for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Module 2: Help System

  • Help System Components
  • Customizing the Help System
  • Context Sensitive Help
  • Walkthrough: Creating Help DocumentationWalkthrough
  • Publishing Help Documentation
  • Walkthrough: Updating Existing Help Documentation
  • Writing Documentation for the Help System
  • Publishing Documentation to the Help System
  • Document Property Metadata Reference

Module 3: Microsoft Dynamics AX IDE

  • MorphX Concepts
  • Setting Development Options
  • Layers
  • Models
  • Application Object Tree (AOT)
  • MorphX Development Projects
  • Workspaces
  • MorphX Development Tools
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX Debugger
  • Debug in Interpreted Mode Your X++ Code that Runs as .NET CIL
  • Version Control System

Module 4: Database for Microsoft Dynamics AX

  • Tables, Views, and Maps
  • Queries in the AOT for Data Access
  • Extended Data Types in the Database
  • Indexes and Keys
  • Data Integrity
  • Global Address Framework
  • How To: Update a Postal Address for a Contact Person

Module 5: Application Object Server (AOS)

  • AOS Overview
  • AOS Tools
  • Developing Applications Using the AOS
  • AOS Security
  • Partitions, Companies, and Data Isolation in Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • AxBuild.exe for Parallel Compile on AOS of X++ to p-code
  • Best Practices: Application Object Server (AOS)

Module 6: Client

  • Forms
  • Form Data Sources
  • Controls
  • Parts
  • Menus and menu items
  • Wizards
  • Alerts
  • Using the Office Add-ins API

Module 7: Workflow

  • Workflow Development Overview
  • Workflow Security
  • Walkthrough: Creating a Workflow Type
  • Walkthrough: Adding Workflow to an Existing Form
  • Walkthrough: Creating a Workflow with a Task and an Approval
  • Walkthrough: Adding an Automated Task to a Workflow

Module 8: Reporting

  • Getting started
  • Planning and architecture
  • Deployment
  • Security and protection for reporting
  • Operations
  • Development
  • Troubleshooting
  • Technical reference

Module 9: Analytics

  • Getting started
  • Planning and architecture
  • Deployment
  • Security and protection for analytics
  • Operations
  • Development
  • Troubleshooting
  • Technical reference

Module 10: Visual Studio Integration

  • Visual Studio Development for Microsoft Dynamics AX

Module 11: Retail

  • Deployment topologies for Retail
  • Online Store
  • Point of Sale
  • Retail Modern Point of Sale
  • Commerce Data Exchange
  • Commerce Runtime
  • Retail Hardware Station
  • Retail Server
  • Retail Salt Utility
  • Retail SDK
  • Mass deploy retail components

Module 12: Enterprise Portal

  • Enterprise Portal Development Overview
  • Converting Enterprise Portal Content
  • Data Access Overview
  • Enterprise Portal Site Structure and Navigation
  • Pages Overview
  • Web Parts Overview
  • Context in Enterprise Portal
  • Reports Overview
  • EP Web Application Project Overview
  • User Controls Overview
  • Coding User Controls
  • Chart Controls Overview
  • Security in Enterprise Portal
  • Workflow in Enterprise Portal
  • Walkthrough: Adding a Field to a User Control
  • Walkthrough: Adding a Page to Navigation
  • Walkthrough: Quickly Creating and Deploying a User Control
  • Troubleshooting: Enterprise Portal Development

Module 13: Services and Application Integration Framework (AIF)

  • Guide to the Services and AIF Documentation
  • Getting started with services and AIF
  • Services and AIF architecture and planning
  • Deploy services and AIF
  • Services and AIF operations
  • Services and AIF development
  • Services and AIF security and protection
  • Troubleshoot services and AIF

Module 14: Integration

  • .NET Business Connector Overview
  • Proxy Classes for .NET Interop to X++
  • Code Example: LINQ to AX from C#
  • .NET Interop from X++
  • Deployment Overview of .NET Assemblies for Interop
  • Propagate Infolog Messages to the Windows Event Log
  • SysOperation Framework Overview

Module 15: Security

  • Using the MorphX Security System
  • X++ Security
  • Role-based Security in the AOT for Developers
  • Extending the Organization Model
  • Licensing Framework for ISVs of Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • Services and AIF security and protection

Trainers Profile

The trainer for this course has 11+ years experience in the IT industry. He is specialized in training business automation. Also, he has an excellent project management experience (PMP Certified) and he is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).
For training inquiries please mail to [email protected] or call +91 8008 048 446.

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