Catching exceptions in AX 7

In this blog post, I briefly recapitulate how to throw and catch exceptions in X++ and introduce a new way of handling CLR exceptions in AX 7. X++ exceptions When you want to throw an exception in X++, you typically do it by something like this: throw error("It’s broken!"); It’s a functional equivalent of adding a …

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IoC containers for extensibility

Dynamics 365 for Operations (AX 7) tries to get rid of the ugly concept of “customizations”, when developers directly change somebody else’s code, which has a plenty of negative consequences. Most importantly, installing a new version isn’t easy, because it requires dealing with conflicts in code. There are several ways how to make a class …

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Filter for enum fields in OData service

It took me a while to figure out how to filter AX (Operations) enum fields in the URL for OData service (I was using Get records in Flow). For example, let’s say I wanted to get sales orders with status = open order. After a few failed attempts, I actually used classes generated by OData …

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OData service across companies

The OData service in Dynamics 365 for Operations returns data from user’s default company. But you can easily add cross-company=true to the URL (e.g. https://myaos.cloudax.dynamics.com/data/Customers?cross-company=true) to get data from all companies. You can also filter the query by DataAreaId field, if you want data from a specific company. But developers usually don’t construct the URL …

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