In this post, I provide an example of how to import data into a general ledger journal. The included X++ code sample uses the Services framework to transfer and validate the GL data. The specific service used in this example is LedgerGeneralJournalService.
Occasionally, existing service operations might not be available for selection within the AIF configuration forms. This issue can occur with the standard document services provided by Microsoft and also with custom services that are newly created. The fix is simple and only takes a few minutes to complete.
There are few absolute requirements when it comes to file naming conventions related to integrations. Other than producing unique file names within a directory, you can name files according to any scheme that is useful. When deciding on a file naming convention you might consider its ability to:
- Identify a unique message.
- Classify messages by type.
- Process messages in a specific order.
This article will show you step-by-step how to do a basic customer import (including corresponding GAB and address data) using AIF in AX 2012. It’s assumed that you’ve already completed the basic setup necessary to create customers manually through the AX client user interface.