Recently I took a look at the Test Data Transfer Tool (beta) for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. There is quite good information available to get started with the tool. E.g. information on TechNet is available. A link to the set of documentation is included at the end of this post.
Today Microsoft released a new cumulative update for Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 R2, named Cumulative Update 7 (KB2885603). The version number of this release is 6.2.1000.4051.
Last week I wrote my first article about the mobile apps. You can find the post here. This week I will explain about the language being used within these Apps. It will be a short story this week.
When you are in the need of converting an amount from one currency to another you can go to a website and convert online with exchange rates provided by a central bank. When you are using Microsoft Dynamics AX you setup your own currency exchange rates. In AX2012 R2 you can also use exchange rate […]
Today I got the great news I’m awarded as MVP on Microsoft Dynamics AX! Thank you, Microsoft for this recognition! I like to congratulate all renewed and new MVP’s worldwide. At Kaya Consulting we now have two team members recognized as MVP on Microsoft Dynamics AX.
When it comes to testing of appropriate security in Microsoft Dynamics AX, you want to ensure persons will get enough permissions for doing their daily jobs in AX. You don’t want to give too much functionality, namely because of risks. When the user has too less functionality, the normal daily job cannot be executed correctly.
Some customers and community people have sometimes the question how to create a specific role in AX2012 where people have just “read only” rights. In the past I used a specific trick to establish such a role in just 10 minutes. (This besides finetuning. see details below).