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Implementing Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 with Sure Step 2012 by Andrew Birch, Keith Dunkinson

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Chapter 9. Designing and Developing the Solution

In the previous chapter, we focused on getting the most out of some of the standard features of Dynamics AX, and how they can be used to deliver a tailored user experience without the need for development.

Despite the power and flexibility of standard AX, there are some requirements, which can only be met by making changes to the standard application or by developing completely new data structures and code.

We will be examining the development capabilities in Dynamics AX and providing guidance on what should and should not be changed, as modifications form a key part of the solution design. Although not strictly part of the Design phase, we will also discuss the building and testing process and the ...

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