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We have a client who would like to add the timesheets/expense claims mobile app to their solution (Ax 2012 R3, CU12)
I've downloaded this document (https://www.microsoft.com/en-pk/download/details.aspx?id=36776) but can't find much else on the internet about it.
A lot of the mobile app documentation looks old or obsolete. I also heard that some of the mobile app features might have been deprecated.
So, does anyone know whether mobile apps (specifically for timesheets and expense claims) still work for Ax 2012? Is it reliable?
How easy is it to set up? Where can I find better documentation?
there is not a lot of documentation on the AX 2012 mobile app. there are a few blog posts on how to configure the app and setup the connections. Most of the information is available for the Dynamics 365 Finance mobile app.
The companion apps should still work on AX2012. For Dynamics 365, there are new apps available. What part of the document do you think is old or obsolete? The document has been adjusted with some changes on Azure as there were indeed technologies deprecated on Azure in the past. The document did work for me several years ago.
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