Development II in AX 2012

Development II in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (MOC 80304 )

Development II in AX 2012 introduces individuals to the tools available in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 development environment.


The intended audience is experienced systems consultants typically working for a Microsoft Dynamics partner that is selling, consulting, implementing, and supporting Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.


Before reviewing this training, individuals must have working experience with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 and some knowledge of technical features of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 architecture and development environment.

At Training Material Completion

After completing this training, individuals will be able to:

  • Identify key features of developing with X++
  • Describe the basic foundation of object-oriented programming
  • Use the development tools available within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
  • Create object and data models from existing application elements by using the Reverse Engineering tool
  • Use best practices to instill good programming habits
  • Declare and use extended data types for variables
  • Use the various operators available in X++
  • Control program flow using conditional statements in X++
  • Repetitively call the same blocks of code by using Loop statements
  • Use standard functions that are built in to the application
  • Use output commands to display data and messages to the user
  • Use the classes within Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 X++ development
  • Control access to methods using Access Control Method Modifiers
  • Extend a class using the concept of inheritance
  • Describe the differences between an object and a class
  • Initialize variables in the appropriate place according to scoping rules
  • Call methods within the same class
  • Use the different method types available
  • Describe the similarities and differences between tables and classes
  • Use the eventing publisher and subscriber model when modifying code in the application
  • Retrieve data from the database using a select statement
  • Create, update and delete data in the database
  • Use and build queries using kernel classes
  • Examine the exception handling mechanism in Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • Use the Try, Catch, and Retry statements
  • Throw an exception from code
  • Identify and create code used to handle optimistic concurrency exceptions
  • Set permissions on application elements
  • Design and create security policies
  • Secure unsafe Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) using the Code Access Security framework
  • Authenticate data returned from display methods.

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