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Initially i know how to communicate between Dynamics AX 2012 to Visual studio 2010 using business "Connector. Dll " .But the problem is how to communicate Dynamics Ax Server 2012 to visual studio 2010 , When the Dynamics 2012 Server is installed in the one server and visual studio is at another local system .
Thanks & Regards,
Visual Studio 2010 communicates with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 AOS using Windows Communication Foundation and a NetTcp binding, not the Business Connector Dll.
This means that you need to have a working local configuration set in your users registry hive. Use Microsoft Dynamics Client Configuration under Administrative Tools, set the Configuration Store to Registry and make sure it points to the correct AOS. Finally make sure you refresh the Service Configuration using the "Refresh" button in the configuration utility in order to populate the WCF binding with correct values and bindings.
If you open Visual Studio 2010 and the Visual Studio Tools are already installed, you will be able to open and see the correct AOT from the Application Explorer within Visual Studio 2010.
Tommy Skaue | Dynamics AX Developer from Norway | http://yetanotherdynamicsaxblog.blogspot.no/ | www.axdata.no
Hi Tommy Skaue,
Thanks you for your quick response. i m new to this dynamics ax 2012 .how can i configure Dynamics Ax client or how can i set up Dyncamics AX client.
Hi Pallamalli :-)
We were once all new and the learning curve might be steep some times. Don't give up. :-)
You will find a good overview on how to modify Client configurations here:
It does not mention refreshing the WCF bindings, but it is a good starting point.
Thank You !
My pleasure. Please remember to mark a response as an "answer" if it help you. :-)
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