AX / D365FO – Create a Tile in a D365FO Workspace with X++

There are two ways through which we can create tile one by personalizing form and another through code. In this example we'll use code The diagram below summarizes the operations we will perform to add a tile to a workspace These are the steps we'll do : Create an AOT Query objectCreate a simple list … Continue reading AX / D365FO – Create a Tile in a D365FO Workspace with X++

AX / D365FO – Debug Production environment on D365FO On-Premise version

If you have an On-premise D365FO installation it is possible to debug production or test environments by using a development VM and remote debugging tool Just follow these steps : Use a D365 developer environment Use a development environment which is on the domain (and of course the network) with the AOS machine The dev … Continue reading AX / D365FO – Debug Production environment on D365FO On-Premise version

AX / D365FO – How to test the Query syntax and results of a Query

Have you created an AOT Query and want to check if the syntax is correct and the results are what you expected? You can create a Runnable class like show below class TestQuery { public static void main(Args _args) { /* Example job used to test query results with.: */ QueryRun queryRun; Counter totalRecords; // … Continue reading AX / D365FO – How to test the Query syntax and results of a Query

AX / D365FO – How to create automatic join relationship between tables in an AOT Query

Are you creating an AOT query and want to join 2 or more tables but don't know the relationships between them? No problem! You can use the "Use Relations" property like shown below In this example I want to to use the native relation between InventSerial and InventSum tables (which is InventSerial.ItemId = InventSum.ItemId). By … Continue reading AX / D365FO – How to create automatic join relationship between tables in an AOT Query