I want to have the X++ basic manual someone can help me or giveme that manual thks
If you find one, i could use it too.
I’m not sure there was ever made one, but have you looked at the tutorials ? They are a good place to start… Regards, Søren
Have you checked parts of Axapta Developer’s Guide that are about X++? You can get the latest version of X++ Language Reference at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/Axapta/LANG_Introduction.asp
thks Bojan its a interesting page
It is an interesting page, I agree. Nevertheless, I’m feeling frustrated if I think about all the websites where you can download information on Java or C#. I even managed to dowload legally books on Java. So, the question for a good manual on X++ in pdf format is still open, as far as I am concerned. The tutorials are mainly good if you have already grasped the idea on how to build an application in X++ and know where to find.
I agree with you Gert. However, Axapta is very poorly documented, and especially the development environment. What you ask for is a comlete language/syntax description ? That does not exist. A lot of functions…fx date conversion funtctions a.s.o. are not even described in the built-in developers-guide. I guess we can only hope that some developer has chosen to make his/her own x++ documentation and would like to share it with us. Could it be an idea to build up some Axapta documentation on this site ? After all…I think our combined knowledge could build up a pretty good “manual” or reference book with code examples and descriptions.
Hi Gert, It is nice to see you here. Soren - not sure whether you are aware of this. Quite some time back, a person (think he was based in Denmark - hope my memory serves me right) started an Yahoo group with the same idea ie documentation. You can refer to that here - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Axapta_Documentation/ Subsequently Preston offered his Wiki which you can find here - http://home.bluemarble.net/~larimers/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Axapta And Gert - as I had mentioned in another post, apparently Microsoft has taken documention as their top priority. Compared to the current version, the next version (4.0) would be quite comprehensive in documention. Hope this info gives you some comfort. Regards, Harish Mohanbabu
Another interesting page is: http://technet.navision.com