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Modeling Your Data With Visual Studio in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition (81213)

This course provides an introduction to Visual Studio and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and how it can be used to create models, projects, packages, and elements. It provides a wide range of introductory information essential to using Visual studio, including setup and configuration, system requirements, navigation, terminology, and many other areas. This course also provides information about the overall system architecture of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition, as it applies to a developer. The course reviews areas such as the application stack, server and model architecture, and layers, packages, and builds for server, cloud, and local business data architecture, as well as local business, supplemented with diagrams. Then, the course explains the role of models and provides a demonstration of how to create one. After a discussion of extensions and overlaying, the course moves on to packages and builds, including several demonstrations on builds and package hierarchies. The course then goes on to explain how to develop tables.
SKU: 81213
GTIN: 81213
Manufacturer: Microsoft
£250.00 (GBP)

This course provides an introduction to Visual Studio and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and how it can be used to create models, projects, packages, and elements. It provides a wide range of introductory information essential to using Visual studio, including setup and configuration, system requirements, navigation, terminology, and many other areas. This course also provides information about the overall system architecture of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition, as it applies to a developer. The course reviews areas such as the application stack, server and model architecture, and layers, packages, and builds for server, cloud, and local business data architecture, as well as local business, supplemented with diagrams. Then, the course explains the role of models and provides a demonstration of how to create one. After a discussion of extensions and overlaying, the course moves on to packages and builds, including several demonstrations on builds and package hierarchies.The course then goes on to explain how to develop tables.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe Visual Studio terminology and concepts
  • Navigate the Visual Studio development environment
  • Work with projects, models and elements, and building and compiling
  • Configure the development environment
  • Define terminology and concepts
  • Demonstrate basic navigation
  • Create projects, models and packages
  • Create and use elements
  • Build elements
  • Describe the elements included in the application stack
  • Review the server architecture
  • Explain the cloud architecture used with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Discuss model architecture
  • Explain the new role of layers in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Review packages and builds
  • Develop a high-level understanding of labels
  • Review the purpose of labels for Fleet Management
  • Create and use both label files and labels
  • Explore the search capability of the label editor
  • Review best practices for labels
  • Learn about resources
  • Create and use resources
  • Define a base enumeration
  • List examples of base enumerations
  • Create new base enumerations
  • Review best practices for base enumerations
  • Extend base enumerations
  • Review the primitive data types in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Create new extended data types
  • Describe best practices for data types in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Extend extended data types
  • Create a table to store information
  • Add data types to the table
  • Extend a table using inheritance
  • Set key properties for a table
  • Create a temporary table
  • Review best practices for tables
  • Define the types of table indexes
  • Provide examples of each type
  • Create new table index
  • Define the various types of table relations
  • Define the On Delete property
  • Create new table relation
  • Review the best practices for table relations
  • Review the customizations available in table extensions
  • Demonstrate how to create a table extension
  • Review the customizations available in table field extensions
  • Add a table field via table extension
  • Add a field group via table extension
  • Change field properties via table extension
  • Add indexes to a table via table extension
  • Add relations to a table via table extension
  • Create a new class and method to add to a table extension

Prerequisites

  • General knowledge of Microsoft Windows
  • General knowledge of basic navigation within Visual Studio
  • Basic knowledge of development topics