AX 2009 Enterprise Portal Error The type or namespace name “Portal” does not exist in namespace ‘Microsoft.Dynamics’

These days, I’m working on developing some new Enterprise Portal pages for GRN/ Packing slip Posting through EP. Suddenly i found a problem while building my EP Web control page.

“The type or namespace name ‘Portal’ does not exist in the namespace ‘Microsoft.Dynamics’ (are you missing an assembly reference?) ” on some of my custom developed pages.

Soultion : I had to Generate the proxies again and build the pages again.

How to Generate Proxies.

To generate the proxy open the form : Tools > Development Tools > Web development > Proxies > Generate)

In most cases the proxies directory will look like this: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\80\App_Code\Proxies

In the last you need to use the Generate Proxy option from Visual studio EP project to add the generated proxies to the project and Build the project to successfully build solution.

MICROSOFT DYNAMICS AX RECORDED WEBCASTS

I have found a great resource of AX Webcast, it worth to share on the Community. For details on
each webcast see the original source link

Webcast Title Topic Area Recorded Date
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 General Functional Overview Demo General AX October 23, 2008 - Video
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 General Technical Overview Demo General AX November 6, 2008 – Video
Live Webcast: Upgrading to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 General AX November 4, 2009 – Video
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Financial Module Demo Finance November 20, 2008 – Video
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Project Accounting Module Demo Accounting January 14, 2009 – Video
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 CRM Module Demo CRM June 2, 2010 – Video
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 CRM Module Demo CRM February 25, 2009 – Video
Live Webcast: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Inventory Management Trade & Logistics October 21, 2009 – Video
Live Webcast: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Enterprise Portal Enterprise Portal November 18, 2009 – Video
Learn More about Inventory II: A Powerful Extension of the Standard Microsoft Dynamics AX Inventory Module AX Extension-Inventory Management April 1, 2009 – VideoMarch 31, 2010 – Video
Learn More about Inventory II: Another look at Inventory II: A Powerful Extension of the Standard Microsoft Dynamics AX Inventory Module from a Financial Users’ Perspective AX Extension-Inventory Management May 5, 2010 – Video
AX-SMART Graphical Planning and Scheduling: An integrated drag and drop based planning and scheduling extension for AX production and project modules AX Extension-Inventory Management June 23, 2009 – VideoJanuary 13, 2010 – Video

June 16, 2010 – Video

Learn More about TARGIT Business Intelligence Software AX Extension – BI July 15, 2009 – Video
Better and faster decision making is only clicks away in Microsoft Dynamics AX with ASi’s Complete Business Intelligence Suite (Powered by timeXtender) AX Extension – BI May 21, 2010 - VideoJuly 23, 2010 - Video

List class

List Class

Contains any number of elements that are accessed sequentially.
Lists are structures that can contain values of any X++ type.
All the values in the list must be of the same type. Type is defined when the list is created and cannot be changed.

All X++ types can be accessable using enum Types::

Lists can be traversed by using the Enumerator , ListEnumerator class. To create a ListEnumerator object, use List.getEnumerator.

First Example
    List list = new List(Types::Integer);
    Enumerator en ;
    list.addEnd(333333); // add the value at last
    list.addEnd(111111);
    list.addEnd(222222);
    en = list.getEnumerator();
    print list.elements(); //"print number of element"
   
    while (en.moveNext())
    {
    print en.current();
    }
    pause;
Second Example
    List list1  = new List(Types::Integer);
    List list2  = new List(Types::Integer);
    List combinedList  = new List(Types::Integer);
    int  i;
    ;
    for(i=1; i<6; i++)
    {
        List1.addEnd(i);
    }
     for(i=6; i<11; i++)
    {
        List2.addEnd(i);
    }
    combinedList = List::merge(list1, list2);
    print combinedList.toString();
    pause;
 

Microsoft Dynamics ax 2009 certification

I have passed the Development Introduction (MB6819) exam for Microsoft Dynamics ax . It is quite exciting to have the microsoft certification with the name.

As far as paper is concerned; it is as usual simple, same pattern as we have for Dynamics 4.0. Some questions have been change for the paper of Ax 2009, I would say 75% questions are from 4.0 and rest are new questions.

Now i am looking forward for the MorphX Solution Developer exam, i will try this as soon as i get some time

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