Now, you should now be able to use .NET classes in AX and use AX code in .NET classes.
You also learned that in .NET classes in AX, you have to add the reference to the .NET class first and then use the code in the .NET class from X++ code. AX makes this possible by using a bridge to CLR.
You learned that to use the AX functionality in your .NET classes, you have to add the elements to use from the application explorer. Then, you have to use the proxy classes that .NET Business Connector created in your .NET code in order to call class methods, manipulate data, or read data from AX.
In the next chapter, you will learn how to create a web service that exposes AX logic and how to publish it to Internet Information Services (IIS). We will also ...