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

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Using form parts on a form

We can use form parts on a form, including list pages. We can also write code within the form part, but if we do this, we won't be able to see it if the list page is deployed on the Enterprise Portal. The Enterprise Portal cannot execute xpp/p-code directly.

The form part we will create will show a summary of load utilization, based on the number of items, load lines, and loads associated with the load, via the appointment.

To allow the user to use this form part to show future or past utilization, we need a date range. This is why we need a form part; otherwise, we could've accomplished this through an info part.

Creating a view to aggregate the data for the form part

Since the form part will show aggregate data (number ...

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