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Monday, March 06, 2006

Dynamics AX (4.0) Business Connector

What of the great things I hear that Microsoft has done with the next release of AX is revamp and redo the Business Connector. For those of us whom have developed solutions and integration into Axapta using the COM+ Business connector we all know that it can be strange, or act strange and flaky at times.

With the next release though MS has created the .Net Business Connector in which native .Net calles, and references can be made, instead of working with a COM object. Of course backwards support is being carried over, so that solution that have been developed using the COM+ objects can still be used.

What this means for us developers, is a more stable and easily accessiable interface into Axapta. I have not had the pleasure yet to do some example code work with it, but I know this is a great step forward. Also this means that the Enterpriese portal (which is re-written in ASP.Net) will function better because it is soley based on the performance of the Business connector.

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Blogger Max Belugin said...

Are you sure it isn't just com interop wrapper?

3:49 AM  
Blogger brandon said...

I am very sure. There will be COM support, and the COM version of the Business Connector.

There will also be in this version a pure .Net version of the Business Connector. (at least that is what I have heard)

I can't wait to use it and see how much it has imrpoved.

6:52 AM  

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