Blog Spotlight: SumitsAXfactor dive into AX 2012 & The Financial Dimension Framework
Well happy Friday to everyone! Followers of my blog know, that I love to point out other bloggers, and people out in the Dynamics Community that help drive and add value to Ecosystem as a whole. Today's post, I wanted to do just that, and highlight: Sumit Loya's - SumitsAXfactor Blog.
Recently, I wrote about Using Financial Dimensions when Creating Products. This topic was building upon creating products, and releasing products through the Document Services framework for AX 2012, specifically highlighting the use of the EcoResProductService.
In this post, I covered the use of InventItem_InventTable object, and it's ability to work with Aif class structures for creating Default Dimensions for released products.
Well Sumit Loya has taking the dive into working with the new Financial Dimensions Framework to a much needed, and really, missing level within the community. The topics that he covers, and concepts are timely, and needed, and are not covered really in any current released documentation.
Because of this fact, I've compiled the following list, that helps highlight the effort Sumit has put into covering these topics, that everyone will find very, very useful in your AX 2012 project work.:
- Ledger Accounts and Financial Dimensions
- Getting Ledger transactions in Ax 2012
- Find Active Dimensions for a Legal Entity [Ax2012]
- Dimension Provider Class and Run-time dimension ranges [AX 2012]
- Getting Individual Dimension Combination Values–Dimension Storage class [AX 2012]
- Defaulting Financial Dimensions [AX 2012]
- Defaulting Ledger Dimensions [AX 2012]
- Replace a Financial Dimension in Default Dimensions [AX 2012]
- Replacing Financial Dimension in Ledger Dimension
By far, Sumit has really given us all some great post here, and has a great resource for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and the use of the Financial Dimensions Framework in AX 2012. I would like to thank him for taking the time and sharing with the community at large, his examples, and his how-to's. On projects that I've personally been on, these are most useful, and so again Thanks Sumit for your contributions, please keep it up!
Well that's all for this Friday, I hope you all have a blessed weekend, and a wonderful start to next week! Till Next Time!