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Mastering Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Programming by Mat Fergusson, Simon Buxton

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Layers and models

The Layers and Models section is taken from the Packt Publishing book, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Administration Cookbook. It has been amended to suit a software development audience.

One of the key founding features of Dynamics AX was the ability to modify the software easily without locking the solution into a version. This was so advanced, even when the software was first released, that it would often be cheaper and faster to write the functionality in Dynamics AX than to upgrade the incumbent system.

AX not only had an outstanding IDE (the MorphX IDE) but also a solution to the problem of upgradability, change tracking, and management of solutions written by various parties; for example, Microsoft independent software vendors ...

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