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Workflow Advanced Development in Microsoft Dynamics AX (80931)

This course is a high-level introduction to the advanced development for workflow for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations. The target audience includes programmers, analysts, and project managers who want a better understanding of the basics of advanced development for workflow. The content covers event handlers and workflow providers. This area will expand as new extension capability will become available in future versions. Note: This course is built using the CTP8 prerelease version of Microsoft Dynamics AX. (AX7 CTP8)
SKU: 80931
GTIN: 80931
Manufacturer: Microsoft
£500.00 (GBP)

This course is a high-level introduction to the advanced development for workflow for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations. The target audience includes programmers, analysts, and project managers who want a better understanding of the basics of advanced development for workflow. The content covers event handlers and workflow providers. This area will expand as new extension capability will become available in future versions.

Note: This course is built using the CTP8 prerelease version of Microsoft Dynamics AX. (AX7  CTP8)

Format: Blended learning for on-site, private delivery. A combination of e-learning with trainer input from a Microsoft Certified Trainer.

WHAT ARE THE GOALS FOR THIS COURSE?

  • Review authoring a workflow
  • Discuss state machines
  • Review line item workflows
  • Discuss workflow providers
  • Review work item queues
  • Review conditional editors

WHAT ARE THE PREREQUISITES TO CONSUME THIS COURSE?

  • General knowledge of Microsoft Windows
  • General knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • General knowledge of Visual Studio 2015
  • Basic knowledge of object oriented programming
  • The ability to use Microsoft Dynamics AX for basic processing
  • General knowledge of basic navigation within Dynamics AX
  • Course 80730AE: Development Basics in Microsoft Dynamics AX
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