Monthly Archives: July 2009

Send workflow notification as email

In AX2009, we can email the workflow notifications. The following steps will show you how to set this up: 1. Create an email template for workflow. Go to Basic –> Setup –> Email Templates. Create a new email template for … Continue reading

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Dynamics AX 2009: Write to eventlog entry

Our client requested to keep track of all Dynamics AX system errors during the User Acceptance Testing. I use the application event logs to store the information. The following code shows you how to write event log entry with X++: … Continue reading

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Argument passed to ‘KPIVALUE’ function must be a KPI name

During the past two weeks, I have been troubleshooting the Reporting Services Error on the AX2009 Enterprise Portal, especially for the ‘argument passed to the ‘KPIVALUE’ function must be a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) name’ issue. In the following steps, … Continue reading

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Dynalink in Dynamics AX 2009 Enterprise Portal

The classic Dynalink is still available when we are programming AX2009 Enterprise Portal. So normally during the Enterprise portal programming, we don’t need to pass the parameter by using CreatingDataSetRun event to create the QueryBuildRange object and specify the range … Continue reading

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Visual Studio 2008 toolbox items not shown properly

After I used Visual Studio 2008 for Dynamics AX 2009 enterprise portal development for a couple of weeks, I found the Dynamics AX tool box items were not showing properly. Only AxLookup and AxGridView control were listed on the tool box.   I … Continue reading

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Caller information in EP2009

If we want to get the caller page information in Enterprise portal 2009 which is similar to what we did in AX native client programming – element.args().caller(); We can implement the following code in the user control: using Microsoft.Dynamics.Framework.Portal; … … Continue reading

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