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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Development Cookbook by Mindaugas Pocius

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Building selected/available lists

Frequent Dynamics AX users might notice that some of the forms contain two sections placed next to each other and allow moving items from one side to the other. Normally, the right section contains a list of possible values and the left one contains already selected values. Buttons in the middle allow moving data from one side to another. Mouse double-clicking and drag-and-drop are also supported. Such design improves user experience as data manipulation becomes very user-friendly. Examples in the standard application are General ledger | Setup | Financial statement | Dimension focuses or Administration | Setup | User groups.

This functionality is based on the SysListPanelRelationTable application class. Developers ...

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