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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services by Kenny Saelen, Klaas Deforche

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X++ development

The Visual Studio project and its output have been added to the AOT, so the first stage of development is now complete. You can leave Visual Studio and turn back to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. The project has been added to the Visual Studio Projects node in the AOT. Because we have used C#, the project will be in the C Sharp Projects node.

Look for the DynamicsAxServices.WebServices.ZipCode project and expand some of the nodes to inspect it. It should look like this:

X++ development

As you can see, this is divided into the following two main components:

  • The Project Content node contains the actual C# project source, such as properties of the project, ...

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