We’ve all seen it many times in our projects.. Being under pressure to close these last P1 and P2 bugs by making some quick config changes in UAT, we forget to keep a record of what we did and to bring this into our Golden Config environment. And then, after cutover to Production, our users are confronted with the same issues as before.. How great would it be if we can prevent this with an extra ‘lock on the door’?More
Overlooking many recent Dynamics 365 implementations, it seems that Microsoft’s marketing strategy of ‘marrying’ Dynamics AX and CRM into one Dynamics 365 family is paying off. More and more customers are choosing for the package deal of Operations and Sales. However, as always, the marketing machine is ahead of the troops: with the current state of the integration of the products, we need to be creative in order to make the two systems feel like one.
In this blog post I’ll unveil an effective way to let Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales (CRM) interact with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (ERP)…
We’re so used to the speed of current evolvements around Microsoft Dynamics AX (or should I say Dynamics 365 ;-)), that most of us who are interested in integrations have familiarized themselves for long with concepts like data entities and entity stores. In this blog post, I would like to go beyond the ‘obvious’ by sharing 1 year of personal project experience in working with AX7 Data Management.
To enable you to quickly scan this blog post according to your own points of interest, I have listed my experiences in a top 10-alike pattern in random order.