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Extended Data Types, or EDTs, allow you to define your own data types by building on the basic data types like Real, Integer, String, etc. Because these are actually object definitions, they have properties that allow you to control how they are displayed and formatted. They can also extend other EDTs so that you can create a specialization hierarchy. Since EDTs can be of any base data type, their properties vary accordingly, and there are none that deserve any special remarks here; but as with most other object types, they do have interesting subtypes, specifically the following: Array elements: These enable you to define an array of relations such that each array element specifies a relationship constraint that has to be met when validating data input to any fields that use the EDT. Relations: These specify a table and a field that the EDT is related to such that any table fields created using the EDT automatically inherit the relationship; these come in different flavors, and you can read more about them in the documentation indicated in the Wrap-Up section.
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By using EDTs as properties of your object types instead of base data types, you not only provide a much richer data type, but also, if you reuse it consistently, have the ability to change it in one place and have it automatically changed everywhere where it is used. To give you a practical example, assume that you had decided that names were limited to ten characters (the default for String EDTs) and that some of your users got back to you and said customers or suppliers in some of the countries they work with typically have names that are more than ten characters long. If you had defined name fields in several tables, such as customer, employee, supplier, as a String with a StringSize property of 10, then you would have to find them all and correct them. If instead you had used an EDT, you would change the EDT, and the fields would all be automatically changed for you.
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Base Enums are enumerator objects that you can define yourself, have a specific base data type, and contain elements of the type in question that have a name and a value. The advantage of Base Enums is that they are objects and more or less work along the same lines as EDTs.
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These correspond to configuration keys and are present in Axapta 3.0 for backward compatibility.
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License codes represent the functionality in the system that is turned on or off, depending on the codes supplied to you by MBS and entered in the license information form using the main application menu path Administration Setup System License Information.
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Configuration Keys
Configuration keys depend on license codes or other configuration keys. They are features that you can turn on or off in the system using the main menu path Administration Setup System Configuration Form.
Note When you turn off a configuration key, all tables that are associated with it are dropped from the
database and other object types are hidden.
Security Keys
Security keys depend on license codes, configuration keys, or other security keys. They represent features, and you can use them to control the level of access granted to user groups, and consequently the access users have to different areas of functionality in Axapta. You do this using the Permissions tab page on the User Group Permissions form, which you access by selecting Administration Setup Security User Group Permissions. The levels of access that you can assign a user group per security key are defined here:
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No access: Users belonging to the selected user group cannot access any object types that are associated with the key. View: Access to the object types associated with the key is limited to viewing them and their properties. Edit: Members of the selected user group can view and make changes to objects of the type associated with this key. Create: Access to the objects associated with the key by members of the selected user group is limited to viewing and creating objects of the specified type. Full control: There are no limits to what the users in the selected user group can do with object types associated with the key have fun!
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