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Azure Service Bus Messaging with Dynamics AX 2012 (part 3)


Our final post in the Azure Service Bus series for AX 2012.  As mentioned in our previous posts, this is generally applicable to all versions of AX 2012 and not just R3 ( as used in these demonstrations ).  Our focus for this entry will be on using the SysOperation Framework to empower a multi-threaded approach to Service Bus.

AX has several options for multi-threading your business processes.  Each has positives and negatives in terms of throughput and performance. 

Azure Service Bus Messaging with Dynamics AX 2012 (part 2)


Today I will dive in to Visual Studio integration with AX 2012.  We will see how to integrate with Azure Service Bus natively, and marshal Brokered Message objects over to X++ Objects, all without breaking a sweat!

Azure Service Bus Messaging with Dynamics AX 2012 (part 1)


As Dynamics AX becomes more prominent in your overall IT landscape, integration scenarios will become more challenging.  We all know the joys of scheduled maintenance in terms of AX, as it is best practice to take your production system offline and deploy updates in the form of modelstores. 

While a good reboot is often a healthy thing, we like to prevent the “We’re down for maintenance, come back soon!” messages on any of our customer-facing software like a website, mobile, and supply chain applications to name a few.