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Note Although Axapta documentation states that the standard bin directory is located in the path specified as the system directory, we have never seen the system directory contain anything other than folders, and the bin directory under it contain anything other than license and Readme files. Particularly curious is the fact that the online help states that the Alt Bin Directory parameter should be set to the path of a kernel text data (KTD) file not found in the standard bin directory. In fact, the KTD files are placed by the installer under the client bin directory and not under the supposed default path specified by the system directory. Omitting the Alt Bin Directory parameter would make Axapta look for KTD files in the wrong place, according to the documentation.
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The Log Directory field: By default this is not specified. We usually set it to the log directory that the installer creates under the directory where the client is installed. You can specify any directory path you like, but for now specify C:\Axapta_Client\Log. Leaving this field blank will result in the log files being written to the default path, i.e., your My Documents folder. The Language field: This is a combo box from which you can select the language to use. For now, accept the default of en-us, i.e., US English. The Alt. Help Language field: This field allows you to specify an alternative language in which to display the online help system. Typically you will use the same language as for the application, but if you prefer to have the online help in another language, go ahead and specify one. The Application field: This field is where you specify the folder containing the Axapta application to load for the configuration. You have to locate all applications under the Appl folder in the root of the folder where you installed the application. The Company field: This allows you to specify the ID of the company that you want to work with by default when you log in to Axapta. This is useful because the same installation of Axapta can cover multiple companies. Axapta is created with a company with the ID DAT that it uses by default if no other company is specified. For now, leave this field blank. The Appl. Object Layer field: This field allows you to select the layer to use while working with Axapta. Accept the default, sys. By default this will open Axapta to the usr layer (see 17 for more about this). If you select a layer other than sys or usr, you have to provide the code you received from MBS for the respective layer in the Code field then repeat it in the Confirm field.
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Note Application developers will typically work in another application object layer, depending on the
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nature of their work and their partner status with Microsoft Business Solutions, who will provide special codes to make the appropriate layers available. We explain Axapta layers in 17 of this book.
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The Startup Command field: This is used to have Axapta execute a user-specified command at startup. For now leave it blank. The Startup Message field: This allows you to specify a message that Axapta displays in a dialog box after you have logged in. It s most practical for system administrators who need to provide a short notice to the system s users for example, to notify users about a planned maintenance shutdown. The Advanced field: This allows you to specify startup parameters that the configuration utility does not support and that would otherwise force you to start Axapta from the command line. The syntax is the same as the command-line syntax. You can see the full list of parameters in Appendix B.
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