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MOC 80011 - Development I in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009

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Course duration

  • 2 Days

Course Outline

This Microsoft Dynamics AX training class introduces students to the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 MorphX development environment.

  • Learn the architecture of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
  • Learn to create and modify objects within each major Data Dictionary category.
  • Learn to customize and build both of these objects.
  • Learn about Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Non Graphical objects.
  • Learn to design reports using different methods.
  • Learn to create report and section templates.
  • Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009
  1. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Architecture
    1. Features of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009
    2. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Application Essentials
    3. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Layered Architecture
    4. Tools for Customization
    5. Security
    6. Inquiry and Reports
    7. Best Practices
    8. Lab: Creating a New Record in the Customer Table
    9. Lab: Sorting Records
    10. Lab: Filtering Records on the Sales Order Form
    11. Lab: Finding Records
    12. Lab: Setup the Data Crawler
    13. Lab: Filtering Records on the Customer Form
    14. Lab: Using the Label File Wizard
    15. Lab: Using Intellimorph
    16. Lab: Moving a Column
    17. Lab: Work with a Company
    18. Lab: Creating a New User Group
    19. Lab: Creating a Simple Query on an Auto Report
    20. Lab: Adding a Table in an Advanced Query
    21. Lab: Creating a Simple Inquiry on an Auto-Report
    22. Lab: Test Your Knowledge Questions
  2. Data Dictionary
    1. MorphX and the Application Object Tree
    2. Tables
    3. Relations
    4. Data Types - Extended and Primitive
    5. Base Enumerations
    6. Maps
    7. Views
    8. Indices
    9. Lab: Opening the AOT
    10. Lab: Creating a table
    11. Lab: Table Creation
    12. Lab: Creating a Relation on a Table
    13. Lab: Creating an Extended Data Type
    14. Lab: Assigning an Extended Data Type to a Field
    15. Lab: Creating Base Enums
    16. Lab: Creating an Extended Data Type By Using Base Enums
    17. Lab: Creating Views
    18. Lab: Views
    19. Lab: Creating an Index
    20. Lab: Indices
  3. User Interfaces
    1. Projects
    2. Forms
    3. Menu items in MorphX
    4. Navigation Panes and Area Pages
    5. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Non Graphical Objects
    6. Lab: Create a Project
    7. Lab: Examining a FormÂ’s Design
    8. Lab: Build a Form
    9. Lab: Create the Form Design
    10. Lab: Form Creation
    11. Lab: Creating a Display Menu Item
    12. Lab: Adding a Menu Item to a Menu
    13. Lab: Create a Menu and Add a Menu Reference
    14. Lab: Menu Item Creation
    15. Lab: Create a Query
    16. Lab: Create an Advanced Query
  4. Report Adjustments
    1. Scenario
    2. Part 1: Metadata Design
    3. Part 2: Creating the Basic Data Objects
    4. Part 3: Creating the Graphical Components
    5. Lab: Working with the Visual Report Designer
    6. Lab: Modifying Report Properties
    7. Lab: Using the Auto Design Specs
    8. Lab: Create a Custom Report Design
    9. Lab: Building a Custom Generated Report
    10. Lab: Create and Attach a Report Template
    11. Lab: Create and Attach a Section Template
    12. Lab: Test Your Knowledge Questions

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