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Learning MS Dynamics AX 2012 Programming by Erlend Dalen, Mohammed Rasheed

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Chapter 9. Creating a New Module

At some point, you might get a new idea of creating a fantastic module in AX that solves some of the difficulties your customers might be having; there are a couple of things that we need to bear in mind, and we will cover the following points in this chapter:

  • Number sequences
  • Parameter tables
  • The security framework

As you have learned in Chapter 4, Data User Interaction, a module in AX should have its own area page that contains menu items grouped by the following subgroups that are added to the menu element for the module:

  • Places
  • Common forms
  • Journals
  • Reports
  • Inquiry
  • Periodic
  • Setup

The Places and Common forms groups are added automatically based on the content of the menu, but the other groups have to be added manually. ...

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