8623 Microsoft Dynamics AX Development I: MorphX

The course covers an introduction to developing in the MorphX development environment. Topics include Microsoft Dynamics AX Architecture, data objects, user interfaces in Microsoft Dynamics AX, reporting, and a case study to incorporate all the tools.
SKU: 8623
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$399.00

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Course Length: 03 Hours 52 Minutes 45 Seconds

Course Outline

Chapter 1: Microsoft Dynamics AX Architecture

This chapter explains the concepts behind the Microsoft Dynamics AX architecture. The student is also introduced to the main elements of the MorphX development environment.

Sections
• Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX Development
• Microsoft Dynamics AX Application Essentials
• Microsoft Dynamics AX Layered Architecture
• Tools for Customization
• Working with Companies
• Security
• Inquiry and Reports
• Best Practices

Demonstrations
• Creating a new record in the Customer table
• Sorting records
• Filtering records on the Customer form
• Finding records
• Using the Label File Wizard
• Using Intellimorph
• Create a new company and a virtual company
• Using virtual companies
• Creating a new User group
• Creating a simple query on an Auto report
• Adding a table in an advanced query
• Test Your Knowledge questions

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Understand the advantages of using Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Understand the main elements of Microsoft Dynamics AX development
• Effectively navigate throughout Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Understand the layered architecture of Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Understand the basic security architecture
• Know how Microsoft Dynamics AX uses Companies
• Become familiar with Microsoft Axapta reporting
• Understand how Microsoft Dynamics AX integrates with other products

Chapter 2: Data Dictionary

This chapter explores the MorphX development environment. By the end of this chapter, the student can create and modify objects within each major Data Dictionary category.

Sections
• MorphX and the Application Object Tree
• Tables
• Relations
• Data Types – Extended and Primitive
• Base Enumerations
• Maps
• Views
• Indexes

Demonstrations and Labs
• Creating a table
• Creating a relation on a table
• Creating an Extended Data Type
• Assigning an Extended Data Type to a field
• Creating Base Enums
• Creating an Extended Data Type By Using Base Enums
• Creating Views
• Creating an Index
• Lab 2-1 Table Creation
• Lab 2-2 Views

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Understand the MorphX development environment and the Application Object Tree (AOT)
• Design and create tables using MorphX
• Understand relations on Microsoft Axapta tables
• Understand the different data types within Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Learn how to create and modify objects within each major Data Dictionary category

Chapter 3: User Interfaces

This chapter focuses on graphical interfaces in Microsoft Dynamics AX such as forms and menus. Students will be able to customize and build both of these objects. Microsoft Dynamics AX Non Graphical objects are also discussed.

Sections
• Projects
• Forms
• Menu items in MorphX
• Microsoft Dynamics AX Non Graphical Objects

Demonstrations and Labs
• Create a project
• Build a form
• Create the form design
• Creating a Display menu item
• Adding a menu item to a menu
• Create a menu and add a menu reference
• Create a query
• Lab3-1 Menu Items Creation

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Understand the role of projects in Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Understand Microsoft Dynamics AX graphical interfaces
• Design and build Forms in Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Create customized menus and menu items
• Understand non-graphical objects in Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Become familiar with the Microsoft Dynamics AX Help Documentation

Chapter 4: Report Adjustments

This chapter focuses on report elements. The student will design reports using different methods in addition to create report and section templates.

Sections
• Introduction to Report Adjustments
• Working with Report Design
• Report Templates

Demonstrations and Labs
• Working with the Visual Report Designer
• Modifying Report Properties
• Using the Auto Design Specs
• Create a custom report design
• Building a custom generated report
• Create and attach a report template
• Create and attach a section template
• Test Your Knowledge questions

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Understand the visual report designer in Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Work effectively with report elements
• Design reports using different methods
• Create report and section templates
• Understand how best practices are used when they create reports

 
Audience

This course is intended for individuals who will be developing and customizing Microsoft Dynamics AX applications. This audience typically includes application consultants who are tasked with creating a customized application that is based on specific client requirements. Additionally, consultants who are responsible for training or supporting the customer will benefit from the course.
 
Course Completion

Upon completing this course, students will be able to:
• Understand the architecture of Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Understand the main elements of Microsoft Dynamics AX development
• Understand the MorphX development environment and the AOT
• Design and create tables, forms, reports, and menus
• Modify objects within each major Data Dictionary category
• Create a customized user interface
• Understand and use the Microsoft Dynamics AX Help documentation
• Create report and section templates
• Build a customized application that is based on specific requirements

Prerequisites

Before taking this course, students must have:
• Some working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 2000 or Microsoft Windows XP.

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