A practical recipe-based guide to extend your Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply chain management implementation.
Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management is Microsoft’s ERP solution, which can be implemented as a cloud or on-premise solution to facilitate better decision-making with the help of contemporary, scalable ERP system tools. This book is updated with the latest features of Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management including Chain of Command (CoC), Acceptance Test Libraries (ATL), and Business Events. The book not only features more than 100 tutorials that allow you to create and extend business solutions, but also addresses specific problems and offers solutions with insights into how they work.
This cookbook starts by helping you set up a Azure DevOps project and taking you through the different data types and structures used to create tables. You will then gain an understanding of user interfaces, write extensible code, manage data entities, and even model Dynamics 365 ERP for security. As you advance, you’ll learn how to work with various in-built Dynamics frameworks such as SysOperation, SysTest, and Business Events. Finally, you’ll get to grips with automated build management and workflows for better application state management.
By the end of this book, you’ll have become proficient in packaging and deploying end-to-end scalable solutions with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management.
This Dynamics 365 book is for anyone who wants to learn Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management development or migrate from C# or Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (or prior) development. Although finance and Supply Chain Management experience is not necessary, a background in software development is required. You will also need access to Microsoft’s Lifecycle Services to download the necessary development tools.
Simon Buxton has worked with Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management since its earliest incarnations, starting with the product in early 1999 when Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management was known as Damgaard Axapta 1.5. Simon has been the technical lead on many highly challenging technical projects in countries all around the world. These projects included complex integrations with on-premises and external systems, ISV solutions, and many technically challenging customer solutions. Now working with Binary, he was part of a team that implemented the first Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management implementation as part of the Community Technical Preview (CTP) program, which led to the close working relationship with Microsoft that made this book possible