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Thursday, March 04, 2010

Blog Spotlight: Dynamics AX Daily

From time to time, I get to find new sources that are being created on the web for helping foster and build up the Dynamics AX community.

One such recent one, is the Dynamics AX Daily blog.

This blog appears to have been started this Jan., of 2010, and as it's name suggests post daily about Dynamics AX. Specifically related to the technical side of Dynamics AX. This includes code samples, tech tips, AOT based post, etc.

This post are specific post, to the point. For example, look at the following post.:
X++ real vs numeric(32,16)

From that post.:
"It is an interesting fact that X++ real type is not fully compatible with the table field real type. The problem is that in the database numeric(32,16) data type is used to store fields of the real type[in X++]. Numeric(32,16) data type stores numbers with no more than 32 digits total and no more than 16 digits after the decimal point..."

Now I have not ever ran into this issue with any real pratical use, but it's very interesting.

For sure it's worth bookmarking this new Dynamics AX technical source. It's to the point, and interesting at the very least.

Thanks to whomever is behind this blog, and for helping build up the Dynamics AX community! That's all for now, check back soon as next week I have a whole lot of great post coming out!

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