How to create Extended Data Types – Microsoft Dynamics AX

What is an Extended Data Type? Extended Data Types are commonly mentioned as EDTs. They extend base types, such asStrings, and Integers, by adding properties that affect the looks, behavior, data(size), and table reference/relationships. This means we can have types like Customeraccount that has a label, size, table relation information, and other properties that provideconsistency… Read More How to create Extended Data Types – Microsoft Dynamics AX

Dynamics 365 F&O – Apply the latest platform update to environments (LCS)

In this post will explain how to apply the latest platform release to your Finance and Operations environment. In our example we have a new release to update (Service Update – 10.0.16), First step is to open LCS and login, after this we need to open Asset library tab and select software deployable package, import… Read More Dynamics 365 F&O – Apply the latest platform update to environments (LCS)

OnValidatedField table event handler method in Dynamics 365 F&O

Event handlers can be use to fire up your code without the necessary to customize and interfere on core logic and elements. On the example below i’ll create an event handler that will validate FirstName value of DirPersonName table. Open DirPersonName table and on tab Events find onValidatedField, copy and Event handler and paste in… Read More OnValidatedField table event handler method in Dynamics 365 F&O

Deleted Actions/ OnDelete with Example – Microsoft Dynamics 365 F&O

Delete Actions and OnDelete property indicates how deletions in the main table are handled in the related tables or child tables.There are 3 types of options are available i.e. Cascade , Restricted & CascadeRestricted. The delete action and OnDelete property (available only Microsoft D365 finance and operations) helps to maintain database consistency. Before the release… Read More Deleted Actions/ OnDelete with Example – Microsoft Dynamics 365 F&O

Difference between InMemory and TempDB tables in D365 F&O

There are two types of Temporary tables, TempDB tables, and InMemory tables, and the differences between them are: InMemory tables TempDB tables 1. Holds data temporarily in the client or server tier 1. Holds data temporarily in the database until the scope is valid 2. These tables can’t be stored in Database 2. These tables… Read More Difference between InMemory and TempDB tables in D365 F&O