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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Inside Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Book Released

Dear Friends,

Thought to share with you this below link. Dynamics AX 2012 R3 book is now available...

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Tip - Dynamics AX 2012 Refresh Report Server

Hi All,

It's been a while since I did some blogging. Have been super busy handling multiple implementations and POC's. In short, AX 2012 R3 rocks!! :)

Ok, coming back I found an interesting feature to refresh report server. Many of you might be knowing this but I just accidentally found this in R2 and R3. It's not in the initial versions of AX 2012

If you are in AOT, and then go to Tools > Caches > Refresh Report Server (This option will refresh the report server cache which is configured in the current AOS)

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Tip - Troubleshooting voucher lines not getting printed on check in Dynamics AX 2012

Dear All,


This post is about an issue related to check Printing in AX 2012 which I successfully resolved for one of my client


When you go AP > Journals > Receipt Journal and pay a vendor via CHQ (cheque), the voucher lines were not getting printed on the check report.


Upon debugging and some time spent in troubleshooting, the issue was related to a setup i.e. you would need to go to the bank Account setup for the bank account which you are using to pay the vendor

Go to  Cash and Bank Management > Bank Accounts > Select the bank account

Go to Setup > chequeNum and Number of slip copies set to 1

As I had thought before, The issue was a setup of the cheque slips on the bank account number, meaning

If we go to S000 > Cash and Bank management > Bank Accounts > Select Account No 370700 > Setup > Cheque (Note – previously the number of slip copies were 0, I changed it to 1. And then, the voucher lines started printing on the check.

Monday, June 2, 2014

Information on Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Hardware Sizing

Hi All,

It's been a while since I posted. had been away for holidays and also work kept me busy. I found this information on Dynamics AX Support blog and thought it might interest you.

Read more here about the hardware sizing guide for AX 2012 R2

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Troubleshooting Tip Powershell how to delete CUS Model with a space in the name

Hi All,


Thought to share an useful time saving tip while writing Powershell scripts. I wanted to uninstall the default CUS Model in AX 2012 from one of my local development environments. And because of the space in the model name between the words CUS and Model I got this error

For sometime, I struggled with the below error as shown below.


However the solution was to use the escape character (grave-accent) ` which is on the left hand side of your keyboard between CUS and Model as shown above.


Uninstall-AXModel -Model CUS` Model