Category Archives: Dynamics AX

AX Life Cycle Services and BPML’s

Life Cycle Services is a cloud-based collaborative workspace that customers and partners can use to manage their Dynamics AX projects from pre-sales into operations. One component of LCS is the Business Process Modeler which is used to create, view, and … Continue reading

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AX 2012 CU7 Task Recorder – Distributed Environment

With Dynamics AX 2012 R2 CU7, a new Task Recorder has been released. The task recorder will allow you to record your business processes inside AX, generate a package, and upload them to Lifecycle Services (LCS). It is generally suggested … Continue reading

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Dynamics AX 2012 Expense Policies

Expense policies are a powerful tool that allow expense reports to be evaluated prior to submission. When editing/creating policies, it is important to verify the Effective date before saving the record: If the Effective date is not set initially, a … Continue reading

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Enterprise Portal Policy Error

AX can sometimes through confusing error messages – this is definitely one of them. When a user is attempting to save an expense report record on the Enterprise Portal: A currency to convert to is required to retrieve exchange rate … Continue reading

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AX4 WCF Errors

The AX Business Connector is extremely useful for accessing AX functionality and data from external programs. The connector has been around for a number of years and is still going strong. When testing a custom service leveraging the AX 4 … Continue reading

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AX 2012 SSRS Access

The below steps outline how to resolve the following message which can appear when rendering an SSRS report in Dynamics AX 2012: You do not have access to the specified report. Contact your Microsoft Dynamics AX administrator. The administrator must … Continue reading

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AX, Enums, and Reporting

The official Microsoft line on accessing the AX database directly via SQL is: don’t do it. To reporting into SSRS you are supposed to use the AX addin with VS 2010, use AOT objects and publish from there. If however … Continue reading

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