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.Net Axapta Connector

I am a pure .Net developer (C#). I have recently been granted the task of
moving all of my C# code to point to Axapta tables. Everything seemed pretty
strait forward to me... I thought I would just treat the tables as I would
SQL Server tables. After speaking to some people I have found that if I
insert or update some system tables in Axapta that I may screw something up
since data will not get put into other tables that would automatically be
updated when data is inserted directly through Axapta. Anyway, is there any
..Net assembly available out there that is well documented and will work as a
..Net Axapta connector?
Any guidence would be greatly appretiated.
Thanks
Jan 6 '06 #1
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Pat,

Have you seen this (watch for line wrap):

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de.../vb_axapta.asp

It is in VB.NET, but you can easily change this to C# code, I imagine.

Hope this helps.
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I am a pure .Net developer (C#). I have recently been granted the task of
moving all of my C# code to point to Axapta tables. Everything seemed
pretty
strait forward to me... I thought I would just treat the tables as I would
SQL Server tables. After speaking to some people I have found that if I
insert or update some system tables in Axapta that I may screw something
up
since data will not get put into other tables that would automatically be
updated when data is inserted directly through Axapta. Anyway, is there
any
.Net assembly available out there that is well documented and will work as
a
.Net Axapta connector?
Any guidence would be greatly appretiated.
Thanks

Jan 7 '06 #2

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