Whether your company is in the infancy stages of your ERP implementation, or simply going through organizational change, the question often comes up: Who is responsible for this monster? ERP, by design, touches many departments, and requires inputs and administration by various members of your organization. There’s no doubt that because of this, there should […]Read more "Who should own your ERP Implementation?"
Did you invest significant dollars for a new ERP system only to be left feeling that you are not getting the appropriate return on investment? Are you reading about your chosen ERP system’s capabilities and wondering why your organization is not using many of these functions? It goes without saying that not all Dynamics AX […]Read more "9 Must Ask Questions of Any Potential Dynamics AX Support Partner"
Introduction Encryption… it’s one of the oldest methodologies that began thousands of years back during the time of the Greeks. With advancement in engineering and technology in the 21st century and with larger and powerful supercomputers there’s a necessity to create stronger encrypting algorithms with an mathematical approach to the subject than a digital one.“Elliptical […]Read more "Column Level Encryption in SQL Server"
SQL Server inherently supports only TSQL (Microsoft proprietary extension of SQL) programming language. But with the advent of SQL Server 2005 it became possible to execute and create SQL Server objects using the CLR (Common Language Runtime) of the .Net framework.The .Net framework was natively integrated into SQL Server 2005 and is still being supported […]Read more "CLR Based Objects In SQL Server"
If you were forced to make manual updates to the InventTrans table, your on-hand inventory counts may look off. Fortunately, there’s a built-in class to recalculate the InventSum table: InventSumRecalcItem InventSumRecalcItem; InventSumRecalcItem = new InventSumRecalcItem(“ItemID”, TRUE, checkfix::fix); InventSumRecalcItem.updatenow(); Replace “ItemID” with the ItemID of the item you wish to correct. The second parameter (TRUE or […]Read more "Dynamics AX 2012: Make manual changes to InventTrans? Recalculate the InventSum table automatically"
Original article on MSDN Blog In Dynamics AX 2012, when you open the forms, you might see some of them open behind the other forms. User may get the impression that the form was never opened. This happens if the form opened slowly; a cold start, uniqueness of the data including large number of records […]Read more "Dynamics AX 2012: Forms on opening hide behind in the back"