After giving an example of how to use the automatic role assignment by using one of the standard queries in my previous post, I will inform you how to add a new query to use within the Automatic role assignment rules. It is not always possible to add linked tables to the base query to achieve the expected result, due to several points. E.g. two fields in a table have a relation to the same table.
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I’m working on a project where we installed the latest cumulative update (CU7) recently. They went live with more than 250 people who have to manage their project timesheets. By checking the report Named User License Count we found out that all users, managers or time writers were counted as enterprise users.
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Last time I wrote about the standard batch jobs in AX and promised to come back on the automatic role assignment in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. I will explain two examples. One example will be based on using a query out of the box. The second will be described in my next post and will give an example how to create a new query for this feature.
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When you install Microsoft Dynamics AX and complete the initialization checklist a lot of information is build up in the system. Also two batch jobs are created and scheduled to run periodically. This post informs you about these jobs and how to deal with problems you can encounter.

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