Rahul Sharma

Solutions Architect - Microsoft Dynamics AX | Azure

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Dynamics AX Build Numbers

List of Dynamics Ax version and kernel/application builds.

These numbers are changed when you install new service pack / hotfix / roll-up. So, check above link to know which version of Ax SP / hotfix /roll-up you are on.

Other than checking your Ax kernel / application version from the Ax > Help > About Microsoft Dynamics Ax, you can try following as well.

MS SharePoint 2010 with Dynamics AX 2009 SP1 Enterprise Portal

Many people wonder if Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is compatible with Dynamics AX 2009 EP or not. So the good news is, yes these products are fully compatible with each other and you can deploy EP on SharePoint 2010. This can be more interesting when you would like to install Dynamics AX 2009 and Dynamics AX 2012 on a single machine, as Dynamics AX 2012 EP only works with SharePoint 2010.

You would like to upgrade your current SharePoint (MOSS / WSS) to SharePoint 2010, and both In-Place upgrade and Database attach upgrade methods are supported.

Reference:
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 with Dynamics AX 2009 Service Pack 1

MS Dynamics Ax 2009 EP Development - Part 2

I was planning to write the next part for Enterprise Portal development but then I found this well defined document which specifies steps and things need to be taken care while doing EP development.

Download full MS Dynamics Ax 2009 Enterprise portal development reference from



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References:
MS Dynamics Ax 2009 EP Development - Part 1