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When you read the title of this blog post you might think this post is about changes during the lifecycle of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Or maybe it is related to the security framework in older versions (AX 2009), the current version (AX 2012) or the new Microsoft Dynamics AX (aka ‘AX 7’). Well, it’s not. This post will tell you about a standard feature to restrict access on past, current and future records for tables which supports date effective data. It is called “Date effective policies”.

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In several environments I have seen some wrong security role names or other artifacts. Then instead of the role name it will display a label ID. This post will inform you about how to solve this issue in your environment if you encounter a similar issue.

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Sometimes companies are in the need to change the fiscal book year to another start and end date. It is possible to change a fiscal calendar for legal entities in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. This post is a walkthrough to guide you through the steps to achieve the desired result.

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DimensionOrderBlog

When you setup dimensions and activate them using account structures in Microsoft Dynamics AX, the order of the fields on forms displaying the default dimensions is alphabetically on name. This post will inform you how to change the order without customizing your Microsoft Dynamics AX environment.

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