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Microsoft Dynamics Ax 2009 : Programming Enterprise Portal Controls (part 1) - AJAX, Session, Context
ASP.NET AJAX allows the developer to create ASP.NET Web pages that can update data on the Web page without completely reloading the page. ASP.NET AJAX provides client-side and server-side components that use the XMLHttpRequest object along with JavaScript and DHTML to enable portions of the page to update asynchronously, again without reloading the entire page.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Speeding up month-end processing with Reconcile to GL functionality
One process that can be extremely time consuming is balancing subledgers to the general ledger to ensure that everything in the system is balanced. An out-of-balance situation can occur if users change the GL account on a subledger transaction.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Getting control of printing with Named Printers
In the recipe Reducing posting steps with better Printing Control, we touched on the edge of the Named Printers functionality by turning off the System Print Dialog.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 : Speeding up entry by Copying a Purchase Order
Creating purchase orders can be a time-consuming process. It's not uncommon to have a large number of line items being ordered. Validating part numbers and prices can also take time.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Handling Ordered Delivery
Most know that BizTalk has a mechanism called Ordered Delivery that is available for a port inside an orchestration or within a messaging port. In short, this setting forces the port to deliver the messages out of the Messagebox in the order in which they were received.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Implementing Dynamic Parallel Orchestrations
Microsoft BizTalk Server orchestrations allow parallel business execution branches, using the native Parallel Actions shape. However, the number of branches is static: to add an execution branch, you need to modify and recompile an orchestration.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Managing service application associations
There can be multiple service application proxy groups. You can logically associate your web applications in these proxy groups. In this recipe, we will show how to modify the proxy group membership.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Creating a custom service application proxy group
Service application proxy groups organize which service applications are consumed by a web application. To make this functionality beneficial, it is recommended to name these groups in a logical manner. In this recipe, we will create a custom name for an application proxy group.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Creating custom security for a service
With the advent of the service applications and their innate standalone nature, Farm Administrators have the ability to delegate responsibility on a per service basis. No longer is the Farm Administrator the only person managing the SharePoint deployment and, as a consequence, becoming a bottleneck for the organization.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Dynamics GP System - Additional setup considerations
In addition to the setup categories we have discussed so far, there are a few more topics that are sometimes not looked at until after installation but that you may want to consider prior to setup.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Dynamics GP System - Users and security, Sales and purchase taxes
As part of the planning for your Dynamics GP setup, you will need to determine whether sales and purchase taxes should be calculated and tracked by the system. Even though the concept is the same, sales and purchase taxes must be set up separately, as a tax in Dynamics GP can only be one or the other.
Microsoft Dynamic GP 2010 : Dynamics GP System - Fiscal periods and years
Dynamics GP manuals and online help state that you can only post transactions to two open years. This is not the case—you can post transactions to any and all open years you have in Dynamics GP.
Microsoft Dynamic CRM 2011 : Categorizing a Report
You now know how to create, modify, share, and schedule reports. As you begin creating additional reports, you’ll find proper categorization very helpful for organizing different types of reports into logical groupings.
Microsoft Dynamic CRM 2011 : Sharing a Report, Scheduling a Report
By default, Microsoft Dynamics CRM prevents other users from being able to use your report at this point, but it does allow you to share the report with other users as you see fit.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Using Operating System Firewalls with Lync Server
Layering an operating system layer firewall with a network layer firewall is an excellent way to improve overall security of a system with minimal expense. By layering these two together, if the network firewall becomes compromised, the attacker has to pierce the OS layer firewall to compromise the systems.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010 : Using Network Layer Firewalls with Lync Server
Wikipedia defines a firewall as a part of a computer system or network that is designed to block unauthorized access while permitting authorized communications. It is a device or set of devices configured to permit or deny computer applications based on a set of rules and other criteria.
InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 : Central Administration - Manage Form Templates
Removing a form does not remove the content type it generates. Make sure the form is not being used anywhere in SharePoint. Otherwise, errors will occur when SharePoint tries to access the form template via the content type.
InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 : Central Administration - Upload a Form Template
Forms that have code-behind or that require full trust cannot be published directly to SharePoint. These forms must be published to a network location and then uploaded to InfoPath Form Services.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Developing Web User Interface Components (part 5) - BoundField Controls, Web Parts
BoundField controls are used by data-bound controls (such as AxGridView, AxGroup, ASP.NET GridView, and DetailsView) to display the value of a field through data binding.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Developing Web User Interface Components (part 4) - AxToolbar, AxPopup
The AxToolbar control provides an intuitive and consistent way to organize and display functions that the user performs frequently on your application’s Web pages.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Developing Web User Interface Components (part 3) - AxGroup, AxLookup
The AxGroup control contains the bound fields collection that displays the record information. You add AxGroup controls as descendents of AxSection controls. Typically, the immediate child of an AxSection control is a table control or an HTML table with AxGroup controls within the table cells.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Developing Web User Interface Components (part 2)
If the ShowFilter property of AxGridview is set to true, AxGridView embeds AxFilterControl. AxFilterControl is displayed at the top of AxGridView. AxFilterControl reads the metadata from the AxDataSourceControl the AxGridView is binding to and displays controls dynamically to allow the user to filter the data source with any of its field that are not hidden or locked.
Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 : Developing Web User Interface Components (part 1)
Enterprise Portal has a built-in set of ASP.NET controls you can use to access, display, and manipulate Dynamics AX data. It also includes APIs for programmatic access to data and metadata, a C# proxy class framework to access Dynamics AX business logic, and helper classes and a Visual Studio add-in for adding and importing files to and from the AOT.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Creating the Secure Store
The Secure Store service can be referred to as a core service because several other services require this service to be set up and configured in order to function. A part of its offering is a secure database that stores credentials associated with application IDs.
SharePoint 2010 : Service Applications - Managing a service
In order to manage a service application, the Farm Administrator or service application administrator will either administer through the Central Administration website or through PowerShell.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Proving the Concepts (part 2) - Testing in the POC Phase
A successful proof of concept will demonstrate that the proposed technical solution is feasible and help identify any gaps or weaknesses in the original design. To accomplish this, you need to test all functional components of the design and demonstrate how the system performs under stress.
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 : Proving the Concepts (part 1) - Building the Proof of Concept Environment
Ideally, your POC environment would be an exact replica of your production environment; however, in practice this is not feasible. Therefore, it becomes necessary to identify the critical systems, infrastructure, and activities that adequately represent the production environment.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Administrative Tools (part 4) - MSBuild
MSBuild is Microsoft's build platform and is the technology used by Visual Studio. MSBuild is also included in the .NET Framework and can be used to build Visual Studio projects without requiring Visual Studio to be installed.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Administrative Tools (part 3) - ExplorerOM
The ExplorerOM object model is a set of classes and interfaces from the ExplorerOM namespace used by BizTalk Explorer to configure applications. You can consider ExplorerOM as an API to the Management Database that allows you to perform application management and configuration tasks.
BizTalk Server 2009 : Administrative Tools (part 2) - WMI
Tables 11 and 12 describe the different BizTalk WMI classes and events. To utilize these classes, you must use the WMI COM API or the System.Management assembly, which is a .NET COM Interop assembly.
 
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