This is a post with respect to how combined date/time fields is handled in AX/Dynamics 365 for Operations (Dyn365FO). For more information on the type of date and time fields in AX visit the following link from docs.microsoft.com.
Dyn365FO stores combined date/time fields internally in the SQL database based on UTC time zone. Whenever the date is to be displayed to the user, an offset based on the user preferred time zone is applied and then shown to the user.
This preferred time zone is set in the following section in Dyn365FO.
System Administration-> Users -> Users
An excellent post that take a deeper dive on the subject along with the X++ code is found in the below link
So recently I successfully build my Retail SDK and uploaded the installer to one of my D365FO environment, but when trying to install the package faced the below issue.
“Windows cannot install package because this package depends on a framework that could not be found”
Here is an extract of the MPOS installation error logs.
System.IO.IOException: Deployment failed with HRESULT: 0x80073CF3, Package failed updates, dependency or conflict validation.
Windows cannot install package xxx because this package depends on a framework that could not be found. Provide the framework “Microsoft.NET.CoreRuntime.1.0” published by “CN=Microsoft Corporation, O=Microsoft Corporation, L=Redmond, S=Washington, C=US”, with neutral or x64 processor architecture and minimum version 1.0.23819.0, along with this package to install
<Final Update 18 Apr 2018>
The solution is to build the package with configuration=release,
Microsoft expects all Dynamics 365 / X++ development to be done in a preconfigured virtual machine (sometimes called a “onebox”) that has local installs of Visual Studio, Dynamics, and SQL Server; these are integrated in a way to ease development. They would prefer that you rented these VMs from them, which has some integration advantages; but it is possible to set up your own, which is probably less expensive in the long run, and might be more convenient. These instructions will help you set up that development environment on a personal machine; although there are a few wiki pages on it, there does not seem to be any complete information gathered in one place.
As with all my blog posts, if you have comments or additional information, I will endeavor to update what I have written here. I have noticed that this is by far my most…
In my recent Dynamics 365 for Operations implementation on 7.1, we encountered an issue with MPOS switching to offline randomly . MPOS as we know switches to offline either when triggered manually or when the switch is seamless (automatically) when there is any issue in the communication between MPOS and D365 Retail Server, an example is a network interruption (for more information on the overall Retail Topology do refer this link MPOS Technical Architecture)
In a usual scenario, when an interruption occurs in between a transaction, cashier would get an error message the Cart State has changed. The cashier would need to void the transaction and then start all over again and end with creating an offline transaction (Not the kind of experience you want when you have a queue of customers at the billing). Another issue that coupled with this was that the MPOS logo would not switch from offline to online when the MPOS mode switched.
Make sure you uptake following binary hotfixes as soon as you can if you have enabled MPOS in offline mode
KB 4049328 – MPOS offline logo issue
KB 4058723- Set of reliability fixes for POS Offline
Also include the following X++ hotfix which complements the above binary fix
KB4058724 – Set of reliability fixes for POS Offline
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