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

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Creating cues and cue groups

Cues are a simple representation of the results of a query. They show the number of records returned by that query and, optionally, some aggregate data from those records.

A cue group is a part that displays one or more cues. Cue groups can be found in two places, on a role center, helping direct a user to what is important, (for example, quickly navigating to the list of orders on hold for a key customer), and also on a form, providing navigation to data related to the current record.

A good example of a cue group is on the All customers list page, which shows four cues, as shown here:

Creating cues and cue groups

Cues require a menu item that targets ...

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