In this chapter, you have learned how to write data from AX to text files, XML files, and binary files, and also how to write the data back into AX again. You have also learned how to read the data and how to manipulate it in a database using ODBC.
We have also gone through the basics of how to use the
DictField elements in order to generate dynamic routines for data manipulation.
You have also seen how to create a simple class hierarchy that can be used for data import or data export in different formats.
In the next chapter, we will look at how to modify standard AX modules such as Inventory, Ledger, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable.
For each of the modules, we will start by having a look at the entity schema and the ...