.NET 3.5 creates an ACL (Access Control List) for the namespace “http://+:8731/Design_Time_Addresses” during the installation of Visual Studio so users without administrator privilege are able to develop WCF services. The ACL is set to (UI), which includes all interactive users logged on to the machine.
If you create an AIF Service from scratch (like creating an AX query and generating the WCF Service with the AIF wizard) and then you try to consume it from an external .NET client app, you’ll get an error (at least with AX 5.0 CTP3 drop2).
This is a basic tip for developers who are starting with Dynamics AX. So, to find the form class and tables that are used by a functional process (like when you are executing and seeing an AX form), what we need to do first is to find out the form class name.
‘Dynamics AX “5.0” – Metro Discover Event’ – Madrid – January 30th 2008
We’re going to deliver a Dynamics AX event specially made for ISVs (companies which creates and sell their own software).
So, we’ll be speaking about new AX 5.0 development features and of course,
So yesterday, Steffen Niehues and I (we both are in Western-Europe DPE virtual Team) delivered a session about “Dynamics AX and the new Microsoft development technologies” in the MTC-Summit 2008 event, in Berlin. So, all the attendees were Microsoft Certified Trainers.
If you are developing .NET Compact Framework apps (Pocket PC or Windows Mobile), using, for instance, Visual Studio 2008, but you are using a Virtual PC 2007 virtual machine (where you have all the development environment installed), things get a little bit tricky when you want to access the network from the “Smart Device Emulator”…
In most of the cases, our X++ classes have to be executing within the server (AOS). In a default deployment we’re not able to debug server code.
To have this Dynamics AX feature, we must enable it in ‘Microsoft Dynamics AX Server Configuration Utility’ tool (within ‘Administrative Tools’