This post will inform you about the Entity execution parameters which can be found on the Data import/export framework parameters form. It will give you an option for gaining performance when importing large number of records using the data management features.
It’s been a while since I posted a blog post. I have been extremely busy and had barely time to sit down and finish some posts. During my work I collected some experiences and made some drafts, so I will be publishing some more blog posts, for sure. One of the things that took some […]
When using Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations you can create new security roles or even customize existing ones. When you do so, you have to be careful if everything is working like intended. This blog post will tell you about the enhanced worker information and how to grant access to this.
Kaya Consulting proudly presents the launch of Microsoft Power BI showcase for “Customer & Growth” advanced analytics solution. Full set of solution contains over 20 analytics scenarios to choose, a wide set of business ready scenarios to cover the operational and strategic needs of different interest groups. Companies own data from different data sources, […]
This blog assists those who are struggling to set up some aspect of printing in D365 for Operations due to the limited documentation in circulation. We had 2 scenarios at our customer site: – Barcode printing. – FollowMe printing. Barcode printing Barcode printing is not meant to be complex, but when printing to screen or […]
LCS is the place for getting all the information from Microsoft related to your Dynamics 365 for Operations projects. This Web portal also allows you to get your MS fixes to your environment and knows which Knowledge Base (KB) articles have been applied. In the next image, for instance, we can see that there are […]
Recently we had a challenge to read uncommitted data from the Dynamics 365 for Operations database. Usually this is not required as you may retrieve dirty data. When using a business application, you should rely on correct and committed data as otherwise reporting might provide you incorrect data. However, if you find a very good […]
In the past, I had written two blog posts about personalizations in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations (at that time still called Dynamics AX). Some features are already enhanced and expanded in the past year. With the release of Platform update 5, Microsoft added the option to centrally upload a saved personalization file to multiple […]
In the previous parts the present way of handling Segregation of Duties in AX was covered. In this final part some improvements or if you prefer some open topics will be commented on. Date dependancy or versioning When looking at the form where Segregation of duties rules are setup and maintained and one thinks of […]
Setup and validation of Segregation of Duties rules in AX Prior to the setup of the Segregation of Duties rules in AX itself they should be determined by the organization (create an SoD matrix). Next step is to determine which Duties contain access to the functionality that must be checked when given access to. In […]