Microsoft Dynamics AX is originally developed the Danish company Damgaard A/S as Axapta. In 2002 Damgaard A/S merged with Navision Software A/S, into NavisionDamgaard A/S, eventually ended up calling them Navision A/S
The development and modification of software is done by its own integrated development environment, MorphX, which contains several tools such as a debugger, profiler and query interface. The development environment remains the same client application, thereby allowing access to these tools from the client application. The language used in Axapta is X ++.
1998 - Axapta 1.0 is released in March.
1998 - Axapta 1.5 - Early release in Norway, Sweden, Germany, UK, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium Spain and the European Union.
1999 - Axapta 2.0 - July:
2000 - Axapta 2.1 - January: Market demands from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Spain.
2000 - Axapta 2.5 – December: Complete Web applications development environment.
2001 - Axapta 2.5 Market Pack – October: Released in France and Italy.
2002 - Microsoft Axapta 3.0 - October:
2006 - Dynamics AX 4.0 - March: The seventh major Axapta release brought with it an updated look and feel. As the first version that Microsoft was involved in from the beginning it attempted to integrate better with existing Microsoft technologies.
2008 - Dynamics AX 2009 - June: Originally named AX 4.1, later renamed to AX 5.0 (and finally AX 2009), the eighth major release of Axapta brings with it yet more improvements to the UI. This new version adds role-based concepts to both the Enterprise Portal and windows clients, support for timezones (utc), a new Site inventory dimension, and Enterprise Portal development through Visual Studio projects.
2011 - Dynamics AX 2011 - Q1: Sometimes dubbed AX 6, it is said to include additional improvements to the user interface and application enhancements focused on specific industries like Retail, Media & Entertainment, and Public sector. Originally AX 2011 was due to be released toward the middle of 2010, but this has since been put back to Q1 2011.
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