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Extending Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Cookbook by Murray Fife

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Using a Dynamics AX web service in an InfoPath form

InfoPath allows you to quickly create data entry forms that can be saved locally, to SharePoint, and also update data in databases. Additionally, it is able to connect to web services and send and receive data through that channel as well. So once we have a web service wrapper built that links to Dynamics AX, we can create a form that will send information to it in order to add and update data.

In this recipe, we will show how you can create an InfoPath form that uses a Dynamics AX web service wrapper to publish information.

Getting ready

For this recipe, you need to make sure that you have InfoPath installed, since it is usually part of Office Professional Plus or Office 365. Just check that it ...

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