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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Development Cookbook by Mindaugas Pocius

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Exporting data to Microsoft Project

Probably, everybody knows that new Dynamics AX 2009 supports two-way synchronization with Microsoft Project Server. Sounds good, but in reality it takes a lot of effort to install and configure all the required components. This feature is also not available for older versions of Dynamics AX. But, what if one wants to simply display Dynamics AX project data as nice chart without installing and configuring additional features? Of course, you could use the integrated Gantt chart ActiveX, but this again cannot be used that smoothly in practice, especially when it is not possible to save it as a file and share it with other people.

Another approach, which I successfully implemented in one of my projects, could be ...

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