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Friday, January 11, 2013

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services Book - Brief Overview

Dear Friends,

First of all Wish you a Very Happy New Year!

Thanks once again to Packt Publishing team for forwarding me this book for review.

Introduction

This book is exclusively on Dynamics AX 2012 Services and it covers the following:

  • Dynamics AX 2012 service architecture.
  • Build your own services using wizards or X++ code
  • Consume existing web services and services you’ve created yourself
  • Using the AIF Document Service Wizard
  • Deploying services using a variety of protocols
  • Consuming your services in .NET
  • Using system services in your applications
  • Using the SysOperation framework to create batch processes

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Who this book is for

This book is aimed at Dynamics AX developers, both new and experienced with services and Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. A basic understanding of MorphX and X++ is assumed, but the step-by-step instructions are easy to follow even for beginners. Some examples use C#.NET, so experience with Visual Studio is a plus but not a must. 

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Book Authors

I know Klaas and Kenny as fellow bloggers on Dynamics AX. Both have been in Dynamics AX space for a while and have contributed immensely to Dynamics AX ecosystem via their blogs. Thanks guys for the good work on this book.

Klaas Deforche

Klaas Deforche started working as a developer on Microsoft Dynamics AX in 2007 for the Belgian ICT company RealDolmen, primarily working with Dynamics AX 4.0. He gained experience with AX 2009 while working on projects for some well-known Belgian fashion retailers, especially on the integration side of things. He is currently working on AX 2012 projects for customers in the healthcare sector. Klaas likes to share his knowledge with the community, which is why in 2009 he started his AX-oriented blog artofcreation.be.

Kenny Saelen

Kenny Saelen works for the Belgian ICT company RealDolmen. He started as a developer on Microsoft Dynamics AX in 2004 primarily working on a European customer implementation with Dynamics AX 3.0. At RealDolmen, he gained experience with Dynamics AX 2009 while implementing AX internally, followed by a project for a books wholesale company. Currently, he is working as a technical architect for a worldwide customer implementation with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, mainly working towards integrating Dynamics AX with other technologies such as Sharepoint, Biztalk, and AgilePoint. He can be reached through his blog ksaelen.be.

1 comment:

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