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Microsoft just release the white paper about system requirement of Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Enterprise edition In short Dynamics Ax 7 on premises.

 

You can download it from here
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=55496

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Recently I complete the custom Inquiry for Dynamics Ax 2012 R3. That customization is extensive and based on Tree control. Now I did experiment with Tree view control  in Dynamics 365 for operation and output will share here.  For this post I used Dynamics 365 for Operation Update 4 Vm with contoso data.

Suppose we need to build tree Where Sale order Number came as parent and Customer account is as its child node. There is thousand possibilities, but I use simplest way. So first step to add form. Then add tree control it. Set Form Name and Auto declaration property to true. So we can access control in code behind.

 

Next step is to insert following code snippet initial method.

 

 

public class frmTreeViewTest extends FormRun

{

/// <summary>

///

/// </summary>

public void init()

{

SalesTable _Table;

TreeItemIdx _TreeItemid;

 

 

super();

 

MyTreeView.deleteAll();

MyTreeView.lock();

while select * from _Table

{

// _TreeItemid = SysFormTreeControl::addTreeItem(MyTreeView, _Table.SalesId + " : " + _Table.CustAccount ,FormTreeAdd::Root,  _Table.RecId);

 

_TreeItemid = SysFormTreeControl::addTreeItem(MyTreeView, "Sales Order :" + _Table.SalesId ,FormTreeAdd::Root,  _Table.RecId);

SysFormTreeControl::addTreeItem(MyTreeView, " Customer Account : " + _Table.CustAccount ,_TreeItemid ,  _Table.RecId);

 

SysFormTreeControl::expandTree(MyTreeView,_TreeItemid);

 

 

 

}

}

 

}

 

Its works for me.

 

 

 

For rest Limit is only sky. Happy development.

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Hi All, I just enjoyed the video by Clients First Business Solutions on excel data export. I think its worth to share

 

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Currently I am writing an Inquiry for Client. For this inquiry I have to use Like operator functionality. For example end user wants to search Sale Orders. For this he/she enters the partial sale order number and Inquiry provides the result.

Microsoft provides “Like operator” functionality , I used it with text box in below code snippet. Suppose strProcumentValue is string edit control with auto declaration true.

 

 

void clicked()

{

PurchTable  _Table;

 

 

super();

 

 

select * from _Table where _Table.PurchId like “*” + strProcumentValue.text() +”*”;

 

if (_Table !=null)

{

 

info(“found”);

 

}

}

Its works for me,

reference: http://daxdude.blogspot.com/2011/02/use-x-wildcard-like-and-not-like-in-x.html

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Relationship between VendInvoiceInfoTable and VendInvoiceJour. Is Parm Id. This problem occurs when we need some customization on vendor Invoice form and values of these fields required in reporting. Due to minor nature no impact on calculation. For getting these fields to VendorInoviceJour required complex customization, God knows what will broke or long way of testing require for it. So best way to fetch it form VendorInvoiceInfoTable.

I test it on SQL Server on contoso data  with following Query

select parmid,* from vendinvoicejour where parmid in(
select parmid from VendInvoiceInfoTable where PURCHID=’000003′)

 

Its works for me.

Reference: https://community.dynamics.com/ax/f/33/t/187795

 

 

 

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The Dynamics AX brand has been officially retired by Microsoft. As of July 1, 2017, new customers will not be able to buy Dynamics AX 2012 R3.

 

Existing client still extended and renew their license.  But After 1 July new customer only purchase Dynamics 365 for operations.   There is possible release of on premise Dynamics 365 for operations in second Quarter and most probably last quarter of 2017.  cover the gap for those who want to purchase  dynamics ax  instead of Azure or cloud version.

 

Specially middle east, Pakistan and India market Business owners wants on premise version. Support for existing Dynamics Ax will be continue till 2021.

Existing 2009 version client who wants to upgrade will migrate to Dynamics 365 for operations.

Dynamics Ax brand was originally created in 2006 for AX 4.0 will be closed in July 2017.

 

Reference : https://ax-dynamics.com/article/the-official-end-of-dynamics-ax

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Yesterday I got very interesting issue. So When put filter on color, config, style and size. A strange error occur. Filter works for 99% of records but on 1 percent time out occurs. When we dig deep into issue, we found that End user, used the special character ‘(‘ in style. And when we execute the filter on dim of special character reports goes toward timeout. It means some infinite loop occurs.

Our code snippet was

 findOrCreateRange_W(query.dataSourceTable(tableNum(InventDim)), fieldNum(InventDim, InventStyleId)).value(InventDimParm.InventStyleId);

Later we found that queryValue is missing in our statement. That was the reason statement was goes into infinite loop.

The correct statement is below as.

  findOrCreateRange_W(query.dataSourceTable(tableNum(InventDim)), fieldNum(InventDim, InventStyleId)).value(queryValue(InventDimParm.InventStyleId));
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During report development we populate temp table and bind it to SSRS report. And most of the time we were doing one to one mapping inside while loop or query run loop., Kindly consider following code snippet.

While select sum(Qty) from Inventtrans group by 
ItemId, InventDimId , DatePhysical
Where datePahyical > _fromdaet
&& datePhayical <_todate
{
Tmp.ItemId= inventrans.ItemId;
Tmp.IventDim = inventtrans.InventId;
Tmp.Qty = inventtrans.QTY;
Tmp.Insert();

}

But if we replace loop with Insert_RecordSet , report execution time reduce much. Consider following code snippet used to replace loop with Insert_Recordset

Insert_recordset Tmp (ItemId,InventdimId,QTY)
Select forceplaceholders ItemId, InventDimId, sum(QTY)
From inventtrans
Group by ItemId,InventDimId
Where datePahyical > _fromdaet
&& datePhayical <_todate;
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If we consider the following code snippet.
CustSalesQty _temp1,_temp2;
_temp1.IntQty=100;

_temp1.CustAccount ="Cust00001";

_temp1.insert();

_temp1.IntQty=200;

_temp1.insert();

 

_temp1.IntQty=300;

_temp1.CustAccount ="Cust00003";

_temp1.insert();

while select * from _temp1

{

_temp2.data(_temp1);

_temp2.insert();

 

 

 

}

 

while select * from  _temp2

{

info( " _temp2 with " + _temp2.CustAccount + " " + int2Str(_temp2.IntQty));

 

}

 

 

}

You can check that when we insert the temp1.inQTY=200, We did not set Customer account. At result record new record will insert with customer Cust00001 . You can see output of above code

 

 

Point is simple, We need to initialize the table before populate for next values.  I found this scenario in custom Inventory reports. When we populate data in different fields based on issue status.

You can set initialized values after ate in side query execution loop. But that piece of code belongs to specific location.

Microsoft provide the out of the box base initValue method. You can add this method by following way.

Best practices says you have to initialize value in this method. And call this method with table reference. This way initialization is table dependent not class dependent.

 

So we can over write the code as follow

public class CustSalesQty extends common

{

/// <summary>

///

/// </summary>

public void initValue()

{

super();

this.IntQty =0;

this.CustAccount ="";

}

 

}

 

Now above code snippet will works as

class Job123

{

/// <summary>

/// Runs the class with the specified arguments.

/// </summary>

/// <param name = “_args”>The specified arguments.</param>

public static void main(Args _args)

{

CustSalesQty _temp1,_temp2;

_temp1.initValue();

_temp1.IntQty=100;

_temp1.CustAccount =”Cust00001″;

_temp1.insert();

_temp1.initValue();

_temp1.IntQty=200;

//  _temp1.CustAccount =”Cust00002″;

_temp1.insert();

_temp1.initValue();

_temp1.IntQty=300;

_temp1.CustAccount =”Cust00003″;

_temp1.insert();

while select * from _temp1

{

_temp2.initValue();

_temp2.data(_temp1);

_temp2.insert();

 

 

 

}

 

while select * from  _temp2

{

info( ” _temp2 with ” + _temp2.CustAccount + ” ” + int2Str(_temp2.IntQty));

 

}

 

 

}

 

}

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Currently I am doing Report development project, I got some tips for Data manipulation , these tips I recently learned.

 

Copy data from one table buffer to other of same type.

 

 

During report development, We usually populate  temp table with result of Query execution. Usually we need copy of same data for aggregate functions.

 

Instead map each field of buffer with each other. We can copy the whole data by using .data method.

 

 

Suppose we have custom temp table CustSaleQtyTmp which we need to copy from one buffer to other.

class DataManipulationJob
{
/// <summary>
/// Runs the class with the specified arguments.
/// </summary>
/// <param name = "_args">The specified arguments.</param>
public static void main(Args _args)
{

CustSaleQtytmp _temp1,_temp2;
_temp1.IntQty=100;
_temp1.CustAccount =”Cust00001″;
_temp1.insert();
_temp1.IntQty=200;
_temp1.CustAccount =”Cust00002″;
_temp1.insert();

_temp1.IntQty=300;
_temp1.CustAccount =”Cust00003″;
_temp1.insert();
while select * from _temp1
{
// Instead copy like this we can use Data method
// _temp1.CustAccount = _temp2.CustAccount;
// _temp1.IntQty = _temp2.IntQty;

_temp2.data(_temp1);
_temp2.insert();

}

while select * from _temp2
{
info( ” _temp2 with ” + _temp2.CustAccount + ” ” + int2Str(_temp2.IntQty));

}
}

}

output like

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