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Lions and Tigers and Bots, Oh My!

Some of you might have seen some ridiculous social media posts from me showcasing a question and answer bot while at D365/AXUG Summit this week.  Certainly, the AXUG team did a great job planning [...]

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Umm… What’s the difference between entity store and BYOD?

I’ve been busy recently, so I haven’t had much time to blog. I was at the AXUG Summit, though, and something came up I thought I should write down because it originally confused the heck out of [...]

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What’s new or changed in #D3FO July ’17 update

What’s new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition July 2017 update This topic describes features that are either new or changed in Microsoft Dynamics 365 [...]

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Microsoft Learning Portal – Training on my terms!

    I found myself in need of a Microsoft Certification and was looking for a way to prepare without attending traditional classroom training. I needed the flexibility to do my training [...]

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Meet Dynamic Consulting at the upcoming AXUG Kentucky chapter meeting next month

Excited to see JAKE RODER and JON STYPULA from Dynamic Consulting join AXUG KY chapter again and educate the community on BOMs and Power BI!   You may remember Jake from the December 2015 meeting [...]

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Dynamic Consulting Partner, Scribe, named an iPaaS leader by Forrester!

Forrester analyst Henry Peyret discusses how enterprises can use an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) to ease integration with cloud-based applications, such as Dynamics 365 for Sales or [...]

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Special characters in packing slips? Don’t think so!

I’ve run into this a couple of times now.  Someone comes to me with an error message when trying to post an invoice saying “Insufficient inventory transactions with status [...]

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Taking the AX 7 Development Certification Exam

Having just passed the Microsoft Dynamics AX Development certification exam (MB6-890), I thought I’d pass along some thoughts for those who are planning on taking the exam or are even just [...]

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Finite capacity, infinite capacity, and max. order sizes

The terms “infinite capacity” and “finite capacity” always confused me a bit when I was a user.  I always thought “well, how can scheduling working if the capacity is infinite – I must need to [...]

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Inventory costing 101

What is inventory costing?  Boy.  That’s a pretty open-ended question!  Inventory costing is the mechanism by which AX determines the cost of goods sold of materials that were issued from your [...]

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