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

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Creating the models

The models required depend on your organization's requirements, and these were discussed in the previous chapter. In this section, we will create the models based on our Fleet Management System, from a customer or end user perspective.

Models should also include your prefix. In this case, we will use the Con prefix for Contoso. We will create our models in the USR layer, as explained later in this section.

ISV models

ISVs will normally have a base model that contains shared code between all models, and a model per add-on or vertical solution. Some care is required in ensuring that there isn't a circular dependency chain between models; that is, both reference each other's models, requiring the installation to have special instructions. ...

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