Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Win a free copy of the 'Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services' just by commenting!

For this contest Packt Publishing have two copies of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services to be given away to two lucky winners.

How you can win:

To win your copy of this book, all you need to do is to come up with a comment below highligting the reason "why you should win this book". Remarks on this blog are moderated, so it may take a few moments before you can see your comment.

Please note: Winners residing in only in the USA and Europe would get a chance to win print copies. Others would be provided with eBook copies.

Duration of the contest and selection of winners:

The contest is valid until end of day februar 5th. 2013, and is open to everyone. Winners will be selected on the basis of their comment posted.

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services allows readers to consume existing web services and self-created services using system services in applications and the SysOperation framework in creating batch processes.

This book is a complete tutorial that provides the knowledge needed to implement services with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Using this book Dynamics AX developers will be able to process business logic synchronously and asynchronously using the AIF Document Service Wizard.


Nick said...

"Integration makes the world go round.... help me bring our worlds together."

Unknown said...

Because it's 1000times better than the book HowTo Security in Dynamics AX 2012 !!!

Mbrown said...

I want to consume web services to import data like business statistics from legacy systems as well as for automating mundane activities like filling in exchange rates.

I want to use AIF Document Services in order to serve key BI data to our management so that they can plan their key resources easily. It will also help us create transactions in AX from within legacy systems easily.

E. Damsgaard said...

I Hope This book will help me creating REAL dynamic services. So I can make AX connect to the rest of the world.

Oscar Nyman said...

Would really like this book. The right thing to take Everything to the next level

Flt Lt (R) Engr Pir Khurram Rashdi, MS(CS), BS(CE), MCITP, MCT said...

I want to know how to communicate in two-way method from AX 2012 to external applications which might be .Net applications may be for banks services/credit card or medical services for example. Also, from .Net applications how to communicate with AX 2012 services and automate tasks in better way than previous approach of AIF and Dot Net business connector. I want to see enhancements. I'm hopeful this book may take some scenario based approach and explain the technical aspects in better way.

tommy.skaue said...

I believe AX 2012 finally will give us a real platform for developing viable, performing, scalable and maintainable integration. The architecture is revamped. The AIF is finally in a version that solves a lot of the problems in the previous versions. As AX developer, we should now more than ever be equipped with a platform and technology that will serve integration solutions like never before. I want a copy of the book so I can learn the details to an extent where I can argue that the "old ways" of creating integration no longer are easier and better. The new platform and framework is easier, better and rewarding.

Unknown said...

I believe by getting this Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Services (e-book) I can explore more into integration other than handling the objects within AX.

Palle Agermark said...

And the winners are MBrown and Tommy Skaue.

I wish had a had eight books to give away, you all had good comments.

MBrown and Tommy Skaue, please let me know your contact info so I can forward it to the publisher. You can add it as comment to this post. I'll of course not publish it :-)


Sergio SepĂșlveda Montealegre said...

I'been developing AIF services with Dynamics AX 2012. I think that this book will be an important tool for the community!

Unknown said...

I want this...!

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