From the Microsoft Dynamics AX Blogs: Project funding allocation; New AX financial period closing; Recurring batch job import; X++ unit testing

A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics AX blogs:

  • How Project Funding Allocation Works with Amounts that Exceed Funding Limits;
  • Financial Period Closing in the New Dynamics AX(AX 7) - Get Real Time Status, Be More Productive, Close Faster;
  • Recurring batch job import in AX 2012 R3;
  • Unit Testing X++ code in Visual Studio (AX 2012

How Project Funding Allocation Works with Amounts that Exceed Funding Limits

On the Microsoft Dynamics AX Support blog, Don Clemens noted that in AX 2012 R3 CU10, Project Management and Accounting allows you to create funding limits and funding rules under the project contract.


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