Upgrading code from AX 2012 to D365 can be a daunting task. MS has given us some tools to help but we'll go through a high level overview of the available tools and methodologies to get the process started.
Let's go through some examples of working with financial dimensions
I was recently installing AX 2012 R3 CU12 on a development VM and ran into an issue installing the SSAS extention.
Setting up a Tool Kit User for AX 2012 R3 for Retail can be a bit trying, espcially since the techNet article for this topic is based on 2012 FP and is no longer current.
Interested in sorting your financial dimensions? there are two options to look at here.
This covers how to implement the default dimensions view for your data and account structure(s).
This articles covers implementing your Ledger Transactions with Financial Dimensions view. This create a view similar to the table LedgerTrans from 2009.
Implement a series of views that creates a view that works similar to the LedgerTrans table in 2009.
Part of a series of views to create a view that is similar the the table LedgerTrans in 2009.
Creating a database to hold simple but powerful reporting shortcuts can help provide data on demand to executives and department heads when a unique or surprising issue arises.
Let's walk through creating a standard Build VM
Need an extra build box? Look no further for how to set that up.
Can developers manage their VM uptime and save some money? Yes!
Azure OMS has some great features to help reduce spend but you have to set it up.
EDIT: This is a known issue that MSFT is actively working on addressing
Setting up ADFS for D365 On Prem? Easy!
I'm excited to finally be releasing this. Many end users love the (Inventory) Site (Financial) Dimension link.
Can you use Git Hub? yes.
What's it like developing using Git?
Let's take a look at the lifecyle of a Git Branch.
How Shoud I Manage Packages in Git?
Using Git with 1 Package
Using Git rather than TFVC, a field guide.