Hi to all of you! It has been a while since I have posted some useful content here. Mainly to the fact that I was focussing on getting the content in the book. And now we can finally say that it is finished, reviewed and approved! So as we speak the presses are rolling to […]
Dynamics AX 2012
Hi everyone, This is actually more a question that a post Last week, I have downloaded the R2 virtual machine and fired it up to venture in the new capabilities of Dynamics AX 2012 R2. (And yes, shamefully I missed the Technical conference !) Once the thing booted up, I could immediately see that the […]
Today I can finally present you my first book that is published : Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services! As you might have guessed by the title of the book, it covers everything there is to know about services within Dynamics AX 2012. This includes topics like the service architecture, WCF, document services, custom services , […]
Now let’s get into to business quick and start off with a question : “How often did you want to reproduce / debug a certain process without actually knowing where the source of the problem may reside?” Well the answer to that question for most of us will be : “Quite a lot” and then […]
I’ve recently read a post on the performance team blog and I found it interesting so I’m posting the link again here. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/axperf/archive/2011/10/14/client-access-log-dynamics-ax-2012.aspx The blog post explains how to track user activity within the system.
This articles will be brief, because I don’t have much time between the sessions J Yesterdag was the first day of the Dynamics Technical conference and following sessions were attended by me: Programming model improvements Part 1 of 2 Programming model improvements Part 2 of 2 Developing in .NET managed code and X++ Enhancements Solving […]