This post is meant for anyone starting to explore Dynamics 365 for Operations Retail. I have included some of the resources that I have found very useful. In this video I will take a quick look at the following resources
1. The first link is the landing page on Retail on the Microsoft documentation portal docs.microsoft.com
This article is the outcome of a shared session with credit to my friend Vishal Kohli .
While creating a new store in the store master in Dyn365FO, you may face the following error.
“Cannot create a record in Global address book (DirPartyTable). The record already exists.”
The issue is that the operating number keyed is already existing in the system. Therefore you need to make sure you key in a number that does not already exist. The error message can be a little confusing in this regard, which is why I thought this warrants a post.
Note -You are most likely to face this issue when your operating unit number sequence is configured as Manual.
If you are on Dynamics 365 for Operations 7.1 and planning to uptake the latest set of binary hotfixes, expect to see the above error when trying to activate MPOS.
Sergey from Microsoft has described the change that is triggered by binary hotfix KB4051347 in below link in great detail. Just one note though if you are on 7.1 you will not find the event ID 40619 in the event viewer. Its only available 7.2 onwards.
Just a short but nevertheless important post. I discovered this document AX7 Retail Handbook while browsing my LCS deployed AX 7 RTW VM’s Retail SDK folder.
Overall the document is made up of two parts.
The first covers the Retail Sdk, build, configurations that can be done to be more productive. Additionally, typical branching strategy is discussed in order to work effectively in teams.
The second part contains details about the main extensibilities that are possible with the Retail Sdk. Anyone getting started with writing code based on the Sdk can use it as a reference in order to get started.
Some sample extensions are also provided in the same folder path.
Kudos to the team at Microsoft for going the extra mile to provide this document and sample extensions.
PS: If you have access to the LCS Deployed VM please access these materials there, I would not be in a position to share these as copyrights apply.