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Add-ins: Presents a group of utilities that varies depending on the selected node type. The most interesting of the submenu options are listed here: Cross-Reference: Allows you to look up object types that reference or are referenced by the one selected and requires that you have cross-referenced your application. Compare: Brings up the Comparison tool that is shown in Figure 18-12, which you can use to investigate the differences between versions of the object definition in different layers and even between the current application and the old application that has been upgraded.
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Figure 18-12. The Comparison tool
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Table Browser: Applies only to tables. This displays raw data from the selected table that makes it easy to check your data if you suspect that the data displayed by another object type is mangled by the definition or a coding error. Code Upgrade: Shown in Figure 18-13, this is similar to the Comparison tool, but focuses on X++ and displays the object type tree from where you can select individual methods. It then displays all existing versions in a tabbed workspace where you edit the code.
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Figure 18-13. The Code Upgrade tool
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Find and Replace: Allows you to search for a given string and replace it. Check Best Practices: This is a very useful tool for developers with bad coding habits as well as new Axapta developers who can use it to make sure that their objects and code comply with the Axapta best practice guidelines. Running this tool displays the compiler output window in the Best Practices tab page as shown in Figure 18-14. This lets you see what you have done wrong (we discuss more about the Compiler Output window in the section The Compiler later in this chapter).
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Figure 18-14. The Best Practices tab page of the Compiler Output window
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Caution The Find and Replace operation actually requires you to define a query and is very powerful, as
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it will walk the whole AOT, so be careful with this utility. A few other utilities in the Add-Ins submenu work in the same way, and as a general rule be careful with any tool or utility that allows you to define a query, as the whole AOT is at its mercy.
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While we haven t covered every aspect of the AOT window, you should have no trouble figuring out the rest yourself, so let s turn our attention now to the different object types that constitute the building blocks of Axapta applications.
Application Object Types
Axapta applications are made up of objects that you define in the AOT and X++ code and can attach to many of the object definition types such as forms, classes, reports, queries, and tables. As you have just seen, you create new object definitions by selecting the New menu option from the pop-up menu of an object type group this creates a standard definition that is automatically placed at the top of the group. The default definition is, however, not very useful, so you need to select it and bring up its Properties window so that you can set some sensible values in it the same principle applies to all object type definitions.
Note You can also create a new object definition by using the Ctrl+N keyboard shortcut, and pressing
Alt+Enter to display the Properties window.
Note Most top-level object types contain other objects whose groups are automatically created under the
new object when you create a new definition, and it s your responsibility to create whatever you need to support your application. For example, tables have fields, field groups, indexes, relations, delete actions, and methods.
The properties of your objects make up the static view of your applications, and most object types also include a methods group where you attach code in order to add functionality (that is, the dynamic side of your applications). The total set of properties is very large and varies from one object type to another and you can find a list with a short explanation in the Developer s Guide document referred to in the Wrap-Up section of this chapter.
Note Two object types, classes and jobs, are purely functional; the first is a collection of methods, and
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