M8472: Axapta 3.0 Enterprise Portal Development II

3 Day Course
Code M8472

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Configuration & Administration (4 topics)

  • Understanding License Constraints
  • Web User administration
  • SSL and digital certificates
  • Multiple Web server configuration

Advanced Enterprise Portal Components (4 topics)

  • Product Catalog Manager
  • Content Management
  • Questionnaire
  • Web Parts

Introduction to the Case Study (1 topic)

  • An introduction to the case study that will be followed throughout the rest of the chapters and labs in the course.

Interface Enhancements to Web Forms and Reports using X++ (5 topics)

  • Lookup forms on Web forms & Web grids
  • Fetching information on the Web User
  • Dynamically modify Web forms & Web reports on user role
  • Passing data between the Web and the database
  • Redirection using X++ code

Advanced WebLets (6 topics)

  • What are WebLets used for?
  • Common WebLet methods
  • Design view and runtime
  • WebLet properties
  • Web (object) HTML and WebFormHandler classes
  • Creating your own WebLets

The Web Application Editor (5 topics)

  • An overview of familiar features
  • Labels in Web pages
  • Web elements in Web pages
  • Reducing formatting in Web page design
  • Page Properties

Cascading StyleSheets (5 topics)

  • Microsoft Axapta and CSS
  • The Microsoft Axapta Cascading StyleSheet Editor
  • Importing and Exporting Cascading StyleSheets
  • CSS, languages and inheritance
  • CSS on Web Elements

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must: - Have completed Microsoft Axapta Development III: X++ Advanced. - Have completed Microsoft Axapta Enterprise Portal: Development I. - Be familiar with the development tool suite, including the Web tools. - Be familiar with the Enterprise Portal architecture - Be familiar with the Microsoft Axapta Business Connector - Have at least a basic knowledge in HTML - Be able to create Users, User Groups and Web Users - Be able to make changes to the Data Dictionary including best practices with regards to design and implementation - Be able to manipulate data within forms, including building queries - Be able to create and implement classes. - Understand the main concepts of Object Oriented Design (OOD), including inheritance, overriding & overloading, polymorphism and static methods - Have a basic knowledge of the application

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