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In the structure of my organization, it has more than one application
and now we want to link some of these applications to AX,
knowing that the application that we want to link to in the backend developers gives us WCF service links,
so what is the way to that, given that data will be sent and received to and from the two systems
Hi Abdelrhman Hiba,
The functionalities of the two applications can interact, and data can be exchanged.
AX 2012 exposes its functionality through services that are based on Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and hosted on Application Object Server (AOS).
You can refer these :docs.microsoft.com/.../integration-with-microsoft-dynamics-ax
Hi Blue Wang,
Thank you for the quick reply, but I want a complete example to show those steps because I'm tired of incomplete examples and introductions!
Since you are looking to integrate multiple systems with AX and the data will be sent and received, I think the best option will be to have an integration system in the middle which will call the web services provided by your system(s).
You started from a wrong end. You must first collect requirements and then design how the communication will work. Only then you'll be able to start the actual implementation.
Think about things like these, for example:
And so on and so on.
When you know what you actually want to achieve, start evaluation integration options in AX: DIXF, AIF, custom services, ISV solutions, custom development...
I know the business need and collect the data, the gap in my implementation can't DeSerialise JSON in X++ code. (this is my problem)
You can probably follow this post for de-serialize JSON using X++ -
If your problem is about deserializing JSON, does it mean that this thread is irrelevant and you don't need our help here anymore?
Regarding deserialization, look at previous discussions and blog post and if needed, create a new thread (with an appropriate title and tags).
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