Peace Out: Dynamics 2012, R2, R3, and 2009

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Imagine, if you will, it is 11:36 pm on Thanksgiving evening. You are sitting on your favorite recliner, eyes drooping, ready for bed, BUT… that wacky uncle, zany cousin, and some guy, you are not even sure where they came from, are still hanging around your house. They are loud, noshing on leftovers from a…

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Dynamics AX – Extended Support Extended

Extended Support end Dynamics AX

Christmas has arrived early for legacy Dynamics AX Users who are still hanging on to extended support. Extended Support for AX 2009 (SP1), AX 2012 and AX 2012 R2, set to end on October 12, 2021, will now end April 12, 2022. We’ve talked multiple times in recent years about the subtle prodding from Microsoft,…

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SOS: Dynamics AX is Slow! – A Look at Dynamics AX Performance Issues

6 Areas of AX Performance

Troubleshooting your Microsoft Dynamics AX performance issues can be difficult. There are many factors that play a role in system performance, and often times there is more than one cause. When diagnosing your system, you must look at it as a complex problem and review the entire stack of potential issues that could be leading…

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Dynamics 365 – Signing Limits in Purchase Requisition Workflow

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When it comes to Dynamics ERP workflows, the Purchase Requisition-to-Purchase Order has historically been the first workflow in most implementations with a significant Procurement engagement. In a recent Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations project we had to establish approval levels by positions for purchase requisitions processing, and thought a quick How To guide would…

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Payroll Posting Distribution Issue for $0 Lines in Dynamics AX

distribution template dynamics ax

Recently, a client presented a Payroll issue in Dynamics AX 2012 R3 when an earnings statement distribution of 25%, 25%, 50% is changed to a distribution of 100%, 100%, -100% on the associated pay statement. It occurred when an unpaid leave earning code (such as sick unpaid) with the earning rate of $0 and recorded…

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Product Configurator Tales With Dynamics 365/AX – Decimal Attribute Types

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Configuring Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations for custom products manufacturers often leads implementers to the native Product Configurator option. Out of the box module introduced during the Dynamics AX 2012 days is a good fit for many industries, however on occasion we encounter certain limitations. While working recently with Product Configurator for a…

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Dynamics 365: A Quick Glance at Payroll Earning Statements

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Whether you use Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations or Dynamics AX 2012 (R2 and beyond) the payroll module IS part of the package you own.  No need to purchase a bolt-on product or an outside payroll service, you have all the functionality you need, at no extra cost!  Jump into this payroll blog series…

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Dynamics 365 – Payroll Payment Cancellation Made Painless

Dynamics 365 Pay Statements example

Payroll can be trying at times, especially when payroll processing has started or even, heaven forbid, completed, and there is something amiss. The process to cancel or correct the payroll depends entirely on where you are in the Payroll processing cycle. Earning Statements can easily be deleted and recreated if the Pay Statement has not…

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Dynamics 365: Benefit Creation – Part 2

Navigate to Benefits Dynamics 365

An important part of the Human Resource and Payroll Process in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations or Dynamics AX, is to establish your employee benefits. In doing so you can manage employee eligibility, employee enrollment, employee deductions and even your company’s contribution towards benefits. In this blog we’re going to explore the functionality of…

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