In this chapter, you have read about how to create tables in AX, how to set up an extended datatype, and how to create fields in tables, based on extended datatypes.
You have also read how to enforce referential integrity by adding delete actions, how to create indexes to ensure uniqueness of data, and how to create relations between tables to link related information.
You should now be ready to create data storage for your tables in AX and set them up as per best practices.
In the next chapter, you will learn how to create forms that enable users to see data from tables, and enter and update data and navigation pages that are used to display data. You will also learn how to create menu items to be used as buttons in forms and as items in ...