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Dynamics AX2012 Fact boxes

Fact boxes in Dynamics AX2012 is another very pretty feature. Before writing anything see the below screenshot of the Customer Listpage.

The area in the red box are the fact boxes, which are new in AX2012. These fact boxes provides extra information of the selected record for example the related information fact box shows the quotation, invoices of the customer selected. By this feature user don’t need to move to other form to get the information. User can get the summarized view of extra information in the fact boxes.

On AOT, there is a new node called “Part”, which holds the fact box objects. The available type of fact boxes are,

  • Form part
  • Info part
  • Cue part
I will provide more detail about how to develop fact boxes and place it to any form. Fact boxes can be placed on on listpage or forms.
Wait for my new post to know more about fact boxes. Keep reading my posts.
 

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Dynamics AX 2012 EP Session video

Enterprise Portal is one of the most attractive feature of Dynamics AX 2012. Enterprise Portal for Microsoft Dynamics AX provides a Web-based application framework that allows for users to interact with data in Microsoft Dynamics AX through a Web browser.
I shared this video to have the understanding of the development of EP in AX 2012.

see the video by clicking the below link.

http://vimeo.com/26902748

 

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Dynamics AX EP Session

Hello Guys,

I have presented a session on the Dynamics AX Enterprise Portal. See the attached presentation. I will share the video of the session very soon.

Keep reading and visiting the blog.

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RecordSortedList and RecordInsertList

For those who are wondering, Is there any way in AX to reduce the client server call when inserting a bunch of records into the database. With no surprise Yes!, AX provides a way to do that. Two Collection classes are there in AX RecordSortedList and RecordInsertList for this purpose.

The RecordSortedList class inserts multiple records in a single database trip, and can hold a subset of data from a table, in a particular sort order that does not exist as an index. There are built-in methods in RecordSortedList which can be used to perform the insertion to database. You must provide the sort order in order to perform the insertion properly. The following code sample demonstrates how to insert multiple Student records in the same database trip, using RecordSortedList:

 
 

Student student;

RecordSortedList recordSortedList = new RecordSortedList(tablenum(Student));

recordSortedList .sortOrder(fieldname2id(tablenum(Student),’StudentId’));

 
 

student.clear();

student.StudentID=”123″;

student.FirstName=”DOM”;

student.LastName=”FED”;

recordSortedList.ins(student);

 
 

student.clear();

student.StudentID=”456″;

student.FirstName=”TOM”;

student.LastName=”GED”;

recordSortedList.ins(student);

 
 

student.clear();

student.StudentID=”789″;

student.FirstName=”ROM”;

student.LastName=”TED”;

recordSortedList.ins(student);

 
 

recordSortedList.insertDatabase();

 
 

The RecordInsertList class provides array insert capabilities in the kernel. This allows you to insert more than one record into the database at a time, which reduces communication between the application and the database.

RecordInsertList is similar to RecordSortedList, but it has built-in client/server support (it automatically packs data from one tier to another when needed), and it lacks the sort order features available in RecordSortedList.

 
 

The following is an example using RecordInsertList

Student student;

RecordInsertList insertList = new RecordInsertList(student.TableId, True);

int i;

 
 

for ( i = 1; i <= 100; i++ )

{

student.StudentrId = “F”+int2str(i);

insertList.add(student);

}

insertList.insertDatabase();

 
 

Let me know if you guys have any queries. I will appreciate your comments and feedback.

 
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Posted by on December 30, 2010 in AX, Basics, Dynamics, Framework, Tables, X++

 

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