You may be asking yourself why another Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Blog? The reason is this isn’t just an AX blog, it is a blog aimed specifically at developers, not consultants, not functional guys, but developers (incl technical guys), who would like to install and develop workflows for their clients. Currently the amount of official documentation available for workflow is minimal and seems to have most of its focus on the configuration of pre-existing workflows, not on the creating of new templates. So I have set out in this blog to try and document my wanderings through the world of Microsoft Dynamics AX Workflow. Including all the work-arounds, bugs, hotfixes and general development.
So if you are a developer of workflows and believe you have something to offer the AX community, please email your contributions, bug fixes, handy tips etc to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be more than happy to include them. Otherwise just keep reading and don’t forget to drop a comment now and then to let me know what you find useful and what you don’t.