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Author : Daniel Burla
When we write code or make customizations to Dynamics 365 for Operation, which uses X++, we should make use of exception handling to provide some context for the message or a different, more useful message. In this article, I will explore how to develop a uniform way to catch the multiple types of exception that can be raised in X++.
Customer service is very important in every organization because there is always a need to attend to inquiries and resolve issues relating to customers. In Dynamics 365, we have a case entity, whereby a new case is created for every customer with a unique ID assigned to each case and all actions taken on the case, such as phone calls and emails, are tracked and saved.
In sequential order of Manufacturing scope (a process that is also known as the production life cycle), we have Discrete Manufacturing, Lean Manufacturing, Process, the Manufacturing Execution features (once known as shop floor control), and Master Planning. Additionally, we also have Mixed mode planning. It combines discrete, process, and lean sourcing and you can model your supply chain based on the material flow.
Business applications typically model and track connections between various types of business data (people, places, processes, and things). To meet requirements for business applications, as a developer, I need to have a framework that provides the agility and flexibility to rapidly adapt to changes and get user acceptance and adoption.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Operations and Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2-R3 aren’t very different in terms of functionality. However, the implementation approach is very different. Today, I will show you how we need to prepare and what we need to know for development in Dynamics 365 for Operation.
As you know, Management Reporter is a real-time financial reporting application that is designed to empower information workers to quickly and easily create, generate, secure, and publish financial statements, such as profit and loss statements, balance sheets, and cash flow reports.
Auditing is a very important aspect of an organization’s financial and management control system. It measures the level of compliance, as well as the security considerations associated with using a specific application in the organization.
After the release of Dynamics CRM 2013, Microsoft introduced a new type of process: Business Process Flows. The business process flow in Dynamics 365 provides a simple and intuitive user interface introduced at the top of the CRM form to guide the user through pre-defined processes using stages and steps.
There comes a time when new things must replace the old. This is exactly what is happening to Dynamics CRM as it is gradually fading out and being replaced by Dynamics 365. Dynamics 365 is the latest offering from Microsoft which offers the best of CRM and ERP solutions in a single package.
The digital era has arrived and, according to the World Economic Forum, the digital economy is expected to be worth $100 trillion within next 10 years. The digital economy is underpinned by data and this is why the volume of data is increasing exponentially day-by-day; therefore, the businesses that make sense of the flow of information have a competitive edge in the marketplace.
People complain of experiencing performance issues while using Microsoft Dynamics CRM; this is because, in the quest for improved functionality, they have compromised performance by carrying out changes without thinking of the repercussions on the application.
Many organizations plan their Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployment and spend a significant amount of money deploying it but fail to make a backup maintenance plan. As a CRM expert, you must be able to come up with a proper backup that will not slow down or interfere with performance or work.
With the announcement of the Microsoft 365 launch and merging the AX, CRM, and other Dynamics product lines into one that uses the common data model (CDM), the Microsoft developer community and users faced considerable curiosity, excitement, and the “fear of the unknown” at the same time.
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform does this for business users to adapt their methods and make relevant adjustments by using an intuitive user interface without involving IT or external vendors.
The good news is that most of the update process is handled by Microsoft and is most likely to be uneventful. Typical pre-upgrade client concerns included “Does the upgrade require the already existing major customizations to be recoded or reconfigured” and “Is the upgrade really required and will it take a major effort to adopt this new platform?”