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Application Integration Framework and Services in MS AX 2012

This course discusses and provides information and insight on using Application Integration Framework and services to provide a programming model, tools and infrastructure support for integration of application functiona... Show More
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3 Days

Course Content

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify the high-level features of Services and Application Integration Framework (AIF).
  • Discuss integration planning and options.
  • Identify high-level flows in Services and AIF.
  • Discuss the topology of the Services and AIF model.
  • Describe moving service configurations by using integration ports in AIF.
  • Discuss the process of change tracking.
  • Identify the transforms available for customization in banking.
  • Discuss the installation process and the special considerations to be aware of for Services and AIF in Microsoft Dynamics AX.
  • Identify the upgrade considerations for Services and AIF.
  • Set up batch for AIF and Services.
  • Describe the types and options for integration ports.
  • Identify the adapters that are available in Services and AIF.
  • Discuss the Document Service, Custom Services and System Services Service Types.
  • Understand the communication format that AIF uses to transmit data.
  • Explain how to manipulate requests in the AIF pipeline.
  • Use the Business Operations Framework.
  • Describe how services are secured in Microsoft Dynamics AX.
  • Call an external service from X++.
  • Use the NetTcp adapter to call a custom service.
  • Create a new document exchange by using the NetTcp adapter.
  • Use the NetTcp adapter to synchronously exchange documents between BizTalk and AIF.
  • Create a new document exchange by using the file system adapter.
  • Create an MSMQ queue and exchange documents by using the queue.
  • Create a reference to the metadata service.
  • Call and retrieve data from a metadata service.
  • Set up the AIF components for an outbound exchange.
  • Create and test an outbound exchange.
  • Monitor Services and AIF capabilities.
  • Debug Services and identify common errors.
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: July 6th, 2017

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