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80011A: Development I in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009

Module 1: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Architecture
This chapter explains the concepts behind the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 architecture. The student is also introduced to the main elements of the MorphX development environment.
Lessons
•Features of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009
•Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Application Essentials
•Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Layered Architecture
•Tools for Customization
•Security
•Inquiry and Reports
•Best Practices
Lab : Creating a New Record in the Customer Table
Lab : Sorting Records
Lab : Filtering Records on the Sales Order Form
Lab : Finding Records
Lab : Setup the Data Crawler
Lab : Filtering Records on the Customer Form
Lab : Using the Label File Wizard
Lab : Using Intellimorph
Lab : Moving a Column
Lab : Work with a Company
Lab : Creating a New User Group
Lab : Creating a Simple Query on an Auto Report
Lab : Adding a Table in an Advanced Query
Lab : Creating a Simple Inquiry on an Auto-Report
Lab : Test Your Knowledge Questions
After completing this chapter, students will be able to:
•List the advantages of using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Describe the main elements of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 development.
•Navigate throughout Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Understand the layered architecture of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Describe the basic security architecture.
•Describe how Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 uses Companies.
•Use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Auto-Reporting.
 

Module 2: Data Dictionary
This chapter explores the MorphX development environment. By the end of this chapter, the student can create and modify objects within each major Data Dictionary category.
Lessons
•MorphX and the Application Object Tree
•Tables
•Relations
•Data Types - Extended and Primitive
•Base Enumerations
•Maps
•Views
•Indices
Lab : Opening the AOT
Lab : Creating a table
Lab : Table Creation
Lab : Creating a Relation on a Table
Lab : Creating an Extended Data Type
Lab : Assigning an Extended Data Type to a Field
Lab : Creating Base Enums
Lab : Creating an Extended Data Type By Using Base Enums
Lab : Creating Views
Lab : Views
Lab : Creating an Index
Lab : Indices
After completing this chapter, students will be able to:
•Describe the MorphX development environment and the Application Object Tree (AOT).
•Design and create tables using MorphX.
•Use relations on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 tables.
•Use the different data types within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Describe the role of Views.
•Use the different types of Indices.
•Create and modify objects within each major Data Dictionary category.
 

Module 3: User Interfaces
This chapter focuses on graphical interfaces in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 such as forms and menus. Students will be able to customize and build both of these objects. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Non Graphical objects are also discussed.
Lessons
•Projects
•Forms
•Menu items in MorphX
•Navigation Panes and Area Pages
•Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Non Graphical Objects
Lab : Create a Project
Lab : Examining a Form’s Design
Lab : Build a Form
Lab : Create the Form Design
Lab : Form Creation
Lab : Creating a Display Menu Item
Lab : Adding a Menu Item to a Menu
Lab : Create a Menu and Add a Menu Reference
Lab : Menu Item Creation
Lab : Create a Query
Lab : Create an Advanced Query
After completing this chapter, students will be able to:
•Use projects in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Describe Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 graphical interfaces.
•Design and build Forms in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Create customized menus and menu items.
•Describe non-graphical objects in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Create Queries and describe where queries can be used.
 

Module 4: Report Adjustments
This chapter focuses on report elements. The student will design reports using different methods in addition to create report and section templates.
Lessons
•Scenario
•Part 1: Metadata Design
•Part 2: Creating the Basic Data Objects
•Part 3: Creating the Graphical Components
Lab : Working with the Visual Report Designer
Lab : Modifying Report Properties
Lab : Using the Auto Design Specs
Lab : Create a Custom Report Design
Lab : Building a Custom Generated Report
Lab : Create and Attach a Report Template
Lab : Create and Attach a Section Template
Lab : Test Your Knowledge Questions
After completing this chapter, students will be able to:
•Use the visual report designer in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
•Work effectively with report elements.
•Design reports using different methods.
•Create report and section templates.
•Use best practices creating reports.
 

Module 5: Appendix: Case Study
This chapter serves as a case study using MorphX and its components. Elements discussed in previous chapters are used to build a functional application that is based on a client's requirements.
Lessons
•Scenario
•Part 1: Metadata Design
•Part 2: Creating the Basic Data Objects
•Part 3: Creating the Graphical Components
Lab : Exercises
•Use the tools and utilities described in the previous chapters to design and customize an application.
Use this chapter to build:
•Tables
•Relations
•Base enumerations
•Extended data types
•Basic forms
•Reports
•Menus
•Menu items
 

Module 6: Appendix: Solutions
This Appendix contains all the answers to the Test Your Knowledge and Test Your Skills sections.

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