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Once you have compiled the application, you need to load your Axapta license. This is a file containing license codes that your Microsoft partner or Microsoft itself has provided you, which determine what functionality you have access to. Clicking on the License Information link brings up a dialog containing three text boxes at the top and a button labeled Load License File. Ignore the text boxes; these are set automatically when you load the license code from a file. Use the button to find the file, then select it and open it. The remaining controls, including the tab control and all the fields in the respective tab pages, will be set according to the contents of the license file (see Figure 3-15).
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Figure 3-15. The License Information form
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CHAPTER 3 CONFIGURATION AND POST-INSTALLATION
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The different tabs provide information about what you are licensed for, and the tab-page labels are self-explanatory. However, there is one particularly interesting piece of information on the System tab: the Base Package status, which shows what kind of license you have. Where relevant, you can also see the number of licenses installed.
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Note In many countries, only the Enterprise license is available, and it includes the use of an AOS. If you
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have a Professional license, you do not have AOS privileges, and thus you can only run Axapta in 2-tier mode, though you can add an AOS and AOS add-on users to go 3-tier. The Small Business license existed only in Scandinavia and is no longer available.
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Load your license file and close the form.
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Next, click on the Configuration link. Now that you ve told Axapta which modules or functionality you are licensed for, you can tell it which ones you want to use, as Figure 3-16 illustrates.
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Figure 3-16. The Configuration form
This form presents a treeview control that displays all the licensed Axapta modules and whether they are enabled or not. Grayed nodes are totally or partially disabled, and you can t enable or disable an installed feature by checking or unchecking the top-level node. To change the state of a feature, you need to expand the top-level node and check or uncheck the child nodes to suit your needs. For now, simply check all the nodes except Country-Specific Features (it s enough that you check and enable the United States node, which we use as the reference throughout this book). Click the Apply button to activate the changes you have made without closing the window, or OK to activate them and close the window.
CHAPTER 3 CONFIGURATION AND POST-INSTALLATION
The Configuration form contains three buttons on the right side. The Export button enables you to save the configuration to a file that can then be used in other installations via the Import button. The Standard button resets the configuration to its out-of-the-box state (i.e., practically all modules disabled).
Note As developers, we always enable all features and modules, and we regularly make new installations. Since the default configuration has almost everything disabled, we save time by exporting our standard configuration and then using the Import button to load it, thus avoiding having to expand all the nodes and check them repeatedly.
Adjust Global Types
Now click on the Adjust Global Types link. This step allows you to specify how to format various data types so that you can adjust them to your particular needs. We suggest that you quickly browse through the types (see Figure 3-17) to acquaint yourself with them and so you know what to expect when they are used. If necessary, adjust them when you have a real installation. But for the purpose of following along in this book, just accept them and click the OK button to close the window.
Note You should always make any necessary adjustments to global types before entering data into the
system. Altering them once you have entered data may result in data loss. If you simply must enter global types after you enter data, you will need a full-blown data migration plan in place to avoid getting into trouble.
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