Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Dynamics AX technical consultant interview questions

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  • How can we create primary key for a table?
  • what precautions you need for overriding fetch() method for a report?
  • Difference between OCC and PCC?
  • How many types of MAP there in Dynamics AX? 
  • What is cache lookup what is it used for?
  • Difference between table and views?
  • why we use dialog? and how to accomplished it?
  • what are the different type of index?
  • Difference b/w cascade + restricted and restricted delete actions?
  • In which case delete_from and delete() have same result?
  • Explain sales/purchase order processes in AX.
Dynamics Ax 2009 Interview Questions – Part I
  • Can you just tell the table properties that you can remember?
  • What is cache lookup what is it used for?
  • Different types of relation? Explain it detail?
  • Explain OCC & PCC (optimistic concurrency control , Pessimistic concurrency control)
  • Difference between views and tables
  • Explain Queries? What’s it used for?
  • Explain different types of reports?
  • Differentiate auto design spec & Generated design? Which one is a preferable choice and why
  • Primary Key in tables (In dynamics AX don’t have primary key)
  • Explain primary index and Cluster index? Explain in detail?
  • What is the default index for a table?
  • Explain delete action? Types of delete action?
  • What are all the add- on tools you used in Dynamics AX (It’s an indirect question for AIF)
  • Did you work with EP (Enterprise Portal & Workflow) how can you implement this features into your projects
  • Can you just point out some best practice you used when u develop a project?
  • Did you worked with base modules?  Actually I answered this question as  
  • I worked with production module to integrate with our steel process management
  • So can you just point out three classes that you used in production module
  • Explain the posting in production module
  • When you create production order….Can you point out the affecting classes, tables.

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