From the Microsoft Dynamics AX blogs: Adding fields; Deleted sales orders; Exceeding number sequence; Task Recorder

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

  • Adding New Fields to the AX 2012 R3 Retail Distribution Sub-Jobs;
  • Mark Deleted Sales Orders As Voided To Track Lost Sales;
  • Number Sequence XXXX Has Been Exceeded;
  • Making the Most of the Dynamics AX Task Recorder

Adding New Fields to the AX 2012 R3 Retail Distribution Sub-Jobs

On the K3 Retail Technical Blog, Malcolm Burtt says he's working on upgrading some of his company's AX 2012 R2 functionality to AX 2012 R3. One of the things he needed to do was port some code from the RetailConnSeedDataGenerator class.


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