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

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Creating info parts to show key business data

Although AX is shipped with a standard set of info parts placed on key forms throughout the system, we often find that our users require different information to be made available. An example of an info part is displayed on the right-hand pane of the All loads list page found by navigating to Transportation management | Common | Loads | All loads.

The data that is displayed on the info part is determined by a query. We use the query to define the data that will be displayed, and also to define how this relates to the form where the info part is placed. To demonstrate this, we will add a part to the All loads list page that will show vehicle information.

First, we will construct a query that defines a ...

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