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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Applying Custom filters to Dynamics AX Enterprise Portal Grid

Dear All,

Hope you are doing well. 

Recently, I did an Enterprise Portal code upgrade for one of my customers. They are on Dynamics AX 2009 and as I was investigating, I found that the web forms of Dynamics AX 4.0 were not upgraded by their previous vendor, so I undertook the  task of  upgrading their 20+ web forms (Dynamics AX 4.0) to Dynamics AX 2009 web controls. 

I had to replace the existing standard filters which comes with EP AxGridView to custom textbox filters. And, for this reason I had to apply the filters via code. I got a good idea by seeing this useful blog on how to achieve it

There was a small hiccup while referencing FilterCondition and Typ as I didn't knew the namespace, so before we use the filterObject and conditionType objects, dont forget to declare the below highlighted namespace.

using Microsoft.Dynamics.Framework.Data.Ax;



Anonymous said...


Very useful post.

What is the syntax to identify one the dimension field:
typ.attribute = "Dimension[3]"

returns an error, same with other variations:

There must be a way to use one of the dimension field.

We're on Ax 2009 (until September!)


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Donatas said...

The namespace has changed from to "using Microsoft.Dynamics.AX.Framework.Portal.Data;".

So the code itself will look as following:
filterObject flt = new filterObject(); = "NameFilter";
conditionType typ = new conditionType();
typ.__operator =;
typ.status =;
typ.value = lb.Text;
typ.attribute = "Name";