Loop all tables

  • September 16, 2010
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There is a simple trick to loop all tables that are available in Ax. Just use the Dictionary-class that contains all information about tables. Small example to list all tablenames + their corresponding Id. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 static void JeDoe_listTables(Args _args) { Dictionary dictionary = new Dictionary(); int … Continue Reading

Dialog Extended

  • May 12, 2010

One of my colleagues (Koen Dedecker) was looking for a way to prevent user interaction with other forms while a certain dialog is shown. After some research he found the solution on the blog Dynamics AX tools and tutorials from Vanya Kashperuk. A few years ago (2007) he made a simple extension of the dialog class … Continue Reading

Batch job performance boost

  • April 22, 2010

Did you ever have trouble with the performance of your batch-job? Well maybe this small trick can shorten the time your batch runs. The big idea: Try to split up your gigantic batch in smaller pieces. Launch a batchjob that produces many smaller batchjobs (tasks) that can handle a subset of the data you need to … Continue Reading

Tip for overriding methods

  • April 19, 2010

There is a simple and generic way to force overriding a method you created. To do so you just need create your new method and place a ‘throw error’ statement in it. To finish you can add the static method missingOverride from the error class and the funcName() to your error. Now when this method … Continue Reading

Create class from code

  • March 11, 2010

Did you know that you can build/modify classes from code? It is actually not so hard, just use the ClassBuild-class. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 static void JeDoe_testClassBuild(Args _args) { ClassBuild classBuild; ClassNode classNode; Str myCode; ; myCode … Continue Reading

About classes

  • March 6, 2010

In this post I will talk about classes and what you can do with them. Abstract class When you create a abstract class, you want to ensure that this class can not be instantiated. You wil have to create a sub-class that wil actually use the functionality. Example: abstract class MyClass { }abstract class MyClass … Continue Reading