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

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Practical advice for the Development phase

Having learnt a little more about the architecture of Dynamics AX and used that information to influence our solution design, we will conclude this chapter with some practical advice that may be useful during the development processes, based on our own experience implementing AX 2012 and the Sure Step process. We will cover:

  • Estimating development timescales
  • Creating a development plan
  • Organizing development into builds
  • Managing environments

The Development phase includes the development of modifications, integrations, and data migration, as well as the configuration of Standard Dynamics AX. As such, there are many deliverables that we can expect from this phase; however, the design and planning of these activities ...

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