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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Programming: Getting Started by Erlend Dalen

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Chapter 10. Working with .NET and AX

When you are done with this chapter, you should be able to use .NET classes as reference classes in AX through the Common Language Runtime (CLR). The chapter will also guide you through the process of creating a .NET class in Visual Studio, and how to use it in AX. You will also learn how to use AX logic from external applications by using the .NET Business Connector.

The topics covered in this chapter are:

  • A brief description of Common Language Runtime (CLR)
  • Adding .NET references to classes in AX
  • Using a .NET class in X++
  • Adding references to the .NET Business Connector
  • Using the .NET Business Connector in .NET classes

Note

All the Visual Studio examples in this chapter are written in C#.

Common Language Runtime

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