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80303 and 80304: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Development I and II Accelerated

Course Objectives

ITShare’s Microsoft Dynamics Development I and II AX 2012 course provides students with an overview of the basic technical features of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, and the tools available in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 development environment. This course does not contain coding.

Describe the basic features of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
Review basic form navigation.
Review the architecture of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
Describe the options for making development changes in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
Describe the theory of Model Driven Architecture in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
Review licensing and configuration.
Explain the MorphX development environment and the Application Object Tree.
Design tables using MorphX.
Describe the different data types within Microsoft Dynamics AX.
Create a new table.
Learn how to create and modify indexes using MorphX.
Describe relations on Microsoft Dynamics AX tables.
Learn how to create and modify Enumerated data types.
Learn how to create and modify views.
Design and build Forms in Microsoft Dynamics AX.
Join two data sources on a form.
Create customized menus and menu items.
Create a form using form templates.
Know the components of a list page.
Create a new FactBox.
Describe the elements of Role Based Security in Microsoft Dynamics AX.
Setup a new user.
Assign roles to a user.
Assign a security role to a user.
Edit duties assigned to a role.
Edit privileges assigned to a duty.
Edit permissions assigned to a privilege.
Search for roles with access to a menu item.
Identify key features of developing with X++.
Describe the basic foundation of object-oriented programming.
Use the development tools available within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
Create object and data models from existing application elements by using the Reverse Engineering tool.
Use best practices to instill good programming habits.
Declare and use extended data types for variables.
Use the various operators available in X++.
Control program flow using conditional statements in X++.
Repetitively call the same blocks of code by using Loop statements.
Use standard functions that are built in to the application.
Use output commands to display data and messages to the user.
Use the classes within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 X++ development.
Control access to methods using Access Control Method Modifiers.
Extend a class using the concept of inheritance.
Describe the differences between an object and a class.
Initialize variables in the appropriate place according to scoping rules.
Call methods within the same class.
Use the different method types available.
Describe the similarities and differences between tables and classes.
Use the eventing publisher and subscriber model when modifying code in the application.
Retrieve data from the database using a select statement.
Create, update and delete data in the database.
Use and build queries using kernel classes.
Examine the exception handling mechanism in Microsoft Dynamics AX.
Use the Try, Catch, and Retry statements.
Throw an exception from code.
Identify and create code used to handle optimistic concurrency exceptions.
Set permissions on application elements.
Design and create security policies.
Secure unsafe Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) using the Code Access Security framework.
Authenticate data returned from display methods.

Course Outline

Architecture
Introduction
Features of Microsoft Dynamics AX
Architecture
Development Environment
Model Driven Architecture
Licensing and Configuration
Data Dictionary
Introduction
MorphX and the Application Object Tree
Tables
Data Types: Primitive and Extended
Creating Tables
Indexes
Relations
Base Enumerations
Views
User Interfaces
Introduction
Forms
Joining Data Sources
Menus Items
Form Templates
List Pages
FactBoxes
Security
Introduction
Definitions
Set Up a New User
Assign a User to a Role
Change Duties on a Role
Change Privileges on a Duty
Assign a Permission to a Privilege
Investigate Access
Introduction to X++
Introduction
Characteristics of X++
Development Tools
Reverse Engineering
Best Practices
X++ Control Statements
Introduction
Introduction to Variables
Operators
Conditional Statements
Loops
Built-in Functions
Communication Tools
Classes and Objects
Introduction
Classes
Method Access Control
Inheritance
Objects
Scoping and Parameters in X++
Methods
Referencing Object Methods
Method Types
Table as Classes
Eventing
Accessing the Database
Introduction
Retrieving Data
Data Manipulation
Queries
Exception Handling
Introduction
Exceptions
Try and Catch Exceptions
Throwing Exceptions
Optimistic Concurrency Exceptions
Security for Developers
Introduction
Permissions
Security Policies
Code Access Security
Display Method Authorization

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