Assess the upgrade readiness of your business and quantify the time, effort, and cost required to move from Microsoft Dynamics AX to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations with our Upgrade365 2-Day (Remote or On-Site) Assessment.
The goal of the 2-Day Microsoft Dynamics 365 upgrade assessment is to provide your team with all the information you need to evaluate and plan your organization's path to Microsoft's next generation business platform.
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Day 1 of the assessment is a joint working session to uncover all of the critical factors with the existing system in order to then spend Day 2 working on the summary, recommendations and estimate for proceeding with a Microsoft Dynamics 365 upgrade.
Day 1 – Functional and Technical Assessment
Day 2 – Summary, Analysis, and Recommendations
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Recently I was tasked with an upgrade of a functionality we have on AX2012 to Dynamics365, which includes running the report from the code and attaching it to the caller record. As you are probably aware of, this was very easy to accomplish in the earlier Microsoft Dynamics AX versions, where you could simply run the report to a file, save it locally and attach it to the record using the DocuActionArchive class.
Things are a bit more complicated when it comes to D365 in cloud. You are no longer able to save the file locally (for example using System.IO.Path::GetTempPath() + fileName) as storage is now moved to Azure and files are stored as a Blob. You may have also noticed that most of the classes that work with files now use stream objects with their content type instead.
In order to attach the report to a record I needed to provide a MemoryStream object which would represent my report. As I found no existing code that could provide me with the memory stream output of the report I created my own method to do this. Below is given a code (runnable class – job) to perform rendering of a report to a memory stream.
This blog will explain how to create files and folders on SharePoint Online programmatically, using AX7 code (Dynamics 365 for Operations).
Are you running Microsoft Dynamics AX, NetSuite, or another ERP solution?
Are you ready to upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics 365 – a unified digital platform encompassing traditional ERP, CRM, BI, cloud, and productivity applications?
Some of the reasons to upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics 365 include:
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