Development II in Microsoft Dynamics™ AX 4.0

Code: 8633
Course duration: 2 days

8633: Development II in Microsoft Dynamics™ AX 4.0 (2 Days)

Introduction

This 2-day course introduces the student to development in Microsoft Dynamics AX using X++. This course starts with learning the basics of X++ and its relationship to object-oriented programming in addition to the tools that are required to develop in Microsoft Dynamics AX. The student then learns more about specific control structures, accessing the database using X++, and handling exceptions in Microsoft Dynamics AX. This course is meant to be an introductory course to development in Microsoft Dynamics AX using X++.

Audience

This course is intended for individuals who will be developing within Microsoft Dynamics AX using X++. This audience typically includes technical consultants who will be working with Microsoft Dynamics AX to develop customizations and modifications to meet clients' needs. This course will be most beneficial for someone who is new to the concepts of object-oriented programming and programming using X++. Additionally, consultants who are responsible for training or supporting the customer will benefit from this course.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:
• Understand the basics of X++ programming and the development tools needed
• Understand object-oriented concepts in Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Create basic application modifications using X++ constructs
• Access the Microsoft Dynamics AX database using X++ code and catch exceptions throughout the program

Prerequisites

It is required that students have completed:
• Development I: MorphX

Course Materials

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.
• Development II: Introduction to X++ Course Manual

Course Outline

Chapter 1: Introduction to X++

This chapter gives a foundation for understanding development using X++. The student will also be able to use the main development tools in Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Sections
• What is X++?
• Object-Oriented Programming
• Development Tools
• Jobs
• Best Practices

Labs
• Print to the Screen
• Debug the Job
• Create a Data Model

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Identify key features of developing with X++
• Describe the basic foundation of Object-Oriented Programming
• Understand the basics of development tools within Microsoft Dynamics AX
• Know the foundations of Microsoft Dynamics AX's Development Best Practices

Chapter 2: Objects and Classes

This chapter discusses the concept of object-oriented programming and its relation to X++. By the end of this chapter, the student will have a solid foundation to develop in Microsoft Dynamics AX using object-oriented concepts.

Sections
• Introduction to Objects, Methods, and Classes
• Classes
• Objects
• Methods and Variables

Labs
• Create a Class and a Method
• Using Objects
• Refine the Class and Method
• Refine Using Objects
• Using Variables
• Create a Calculator Class

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Use the objects and classes within X++ development
• Create a new class
• Know how to instantiate objects
• Understand the use of object and class methods
• Use variables and understand scope within X++

Chapter 3: X++ Control Statements

This chapter focuses on programming constructs in X++, such as loops, conditional statements, and functions. In addition, the student will be able to effectively communicate with the end-user using X++ output commands.

Sections
• X++ Constructs
• Communication Tools

Labs
• Create a Times Table
• Create a Times Table Using a do while Loop
• Create a Times Table Using a For Statement
• Print Your Name
• Create a New Job
• Create an Infolog Tree
• Use X++ Control Statements

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Understand Conditional Statements in X++
• Create Loops in X++
• Use built-in Functions in AX
• Use the most basic X++ output commands
• Aid in development using output commands
• Communicate effectively with the end-user

Chapter 4: Accessing the Database

This chapter discusses developing modifications that interact with the Microsoft Dynamics AX database. This functionality is frequently needed, making this an important topic in learning development with X++.

Sections
• Searching for Records
• Data Manipulation
• Queries

Labs
• Accessing the Database

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Search for records using select and while select commands
• Modify search criteria using sorting and ranging
• Manipulate data by using insert, update, and delete functions
• Understand how to use and build queries using kernel classes

Chapter 5: Exception Handling

This chapter discusses how programs handle exceptions that occur when code is executed. This is an important skill in all programming to make the application execute more efficiently.

Sections
• What is Exception Handling?
• Using the Try and Catch Commands
• Throwing Exceptions
• Infolog and Error Catching

Labs
• Exception Handing
• Handle an Exception
• Test Your Skills

After completing this module, students will be able to:
• Understand the exception handling mechanism in Microsoft Axapta
• Use the Try, Catch, and Retry commands
• Throw Exceptions
• Know best practices with Infologs and exception handling

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2018-03-07 09:00 to 2018-03-09 17:00
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