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About adding Web Parts to existing pages

Dynamics AX 4.0

In Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, Web Parts are the basic building blocks of a Web Part Page. These Web Parts are easy to reuse, share, and personalize by all users who have permission to access them.

An Enterprise Portal site utilizes Web Parts to integrate Microsoft Dynamics AX data into the site. In addition to the Web Parts that are included with Windows SharePoint Services, the Enterprise Portal includes several Web Parts that display Microsoft Dynamics AX forms, reports, and menus on the Enterprise Portal site.

Adding a Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics AX data to a page on the Enterprise Portal site involves making changes in the Microsoft Dynamics AX Application Object Tree (AOT). For more information about how to add a Web Part for Microsoft Dynamics AX data to a page on the Enterprise Portal site, see Create Web Part Pages.

NoteNote

For information about how to add standard SharePoint Web Parts to a Web Part Page, see the Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Help, available from the Help menu within your Enterprise Portal site.


The Web Parts for Microsoft Dynamics AX include:

  • Web Form - Web Part that hosts a Web form for Microsoft Dynamics AX (Web Content Item of Display type) on the Enterprise Portal site.

  • Web Report - Web Part that hosts a report or Web report for Microsoft Dynamics AX (Web Content Item of Output type) on the Enterprise Portal site.

  • Web Menu - Web Part that hosts a Microsoft Dynamics AX menu on the Enterprise Portal site.

  • Box Menu - Web Part that hosts a Microsoft Dynamics AX menu on the Enterprise Portal site. A box menu can include descriptive text for each item in the menu.

  • Generic Web Part - Web part that can host any Weblet for Microsoft Dynamics AX.

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