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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Dynamics AX 2009 - Service Pack 1 Released

Today Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Dynamics AX 2009. A list of issues and enhancements are a part of this SP.

The link: (Requires PartnerSource Access) PartnerSource Link for DAX 2009 SP1 download.

From the post:
"Microsoft Dynamics® AX 2009 Service Pack 1 (SP1) contains the complete set of updates that Microsoft has issued since the June 2008 RTM release of Microsoft Dynamics® AX 2009, as well as a number of enhancements and new features to improve the product’s functionality and user experience."

And also I noticed that with this, offically Dynamics AX 2009 is fully supported to run on SQL Server 2008.

Let me say, looking at the what's new, a lot has been done with this SP release. I recommend you download and read it, as I am sure those who have implemented or currently implementing DAX 2009 can really benefit from this right away.

One of the smaller things, that might go un-noticed possible is the addition of XML documentation to X++.

"XML Documentation
You can now write XML documentation in X++® source code to document classes, class methods, and table methods. This XML documentation can be extracted from the source code to create an XML documentation file."

This is similar to how you can do so with Visual Studio for C# code, etc. This is a nice new feature, that will really help with documenting objects, who developed them, what they are used for, and easily share this information when this is used correctly.

Again please read it over it, as there are several Technical and Functional improvements with this SP1 release.

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