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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Development-2

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Lesson 2 – Development Tools

Development Tools:

MorphX development tools are available in the Tools menu. Many are also available from the Add-ins shortcut menu in the Application Object Tree (AOT). When tools are activated from the Add-Insmenu, they take the current AOT node as the point of departure.

The X++ code editor, the X++ compiler, the Reverse Engineering Tool, and the tracing tools are not available from the Development tools menu or the AOT Add-Ins menu. The code editor opens when you double-click a method or create a new job. The compiler can be accessed from the Code editor window. To open the Reverse Engineering tool, right-click a project, and then select Add-InsReverse Engineer. For information about enabling the tracing tools, see Setting Up the Tracing Tools.

As developers create new projects or modify existing projects, they use a series of development tools. These tools include the following:

  • X++ Editor
  • X++ Compiler
  • X++ Debugger
  • Visual Studio
  • Visual Studio Debugger

MorphX development tools are available in the Tools menu. Many are also available from the Add-ins shortcut menu in the Application Object Tree (AOT). When tools are activated from the Add-Insmenu, they take the current AOT node as the point of departure.

The X++ code editor, the X++ compiler, the Reverse Engineering Tool, and the tracing tools are not available from the Development tools menu or the AOT Add-Ins menu. The code editor opens when you double-click a method or create a new job. The compiler can be accessed from the Code editor window. To open the Reverse Engineering tool, right-click a project, and then select Add-InsReverse Engineer.

 

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