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Creating Custom Help Providers For Dynamics AX 2012

by Microsoft MVP, Presenter, Demonstrator, Author at IBIS Inc. on Sep 12, 2012

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Help is a great tool, but the standard Dynamics help does not include any of the company specific knowledge, because you are the only one that knows that. ...

Help is a great tool, but the standard Dynamics help does not include any of the company specific knowledge, because you are the only one that knows that.

In this worked example we will show how you can extend out the help system quickly and easily to include your companies own instructions and content so that the users have one place to search when they get stuck.

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  • murrayfife Murray Fife, Microsoft MVP, Presenter, Demonstrator, Author at IBIS Inc. Anton, I think that I also had to save the file as html/mhtml as well before the SharePoint Search Service was able to index the file. -Murray 1 year ago
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  • atjiptadi Anton Tjiptadi Hi Murray,
    Thanks for the presentation, however I'm not succeeded in create my help document.

    - My folder along with sub folder EN-US already created in inetpub
    - Created tableofcontents.xml
    - use template 'Dynamics Help Content Template.docm'
    - Change body, type in Title and Topic ID (topic id is get from create GUID)
    - Save as *docm (I put the filename same as Topic ID). Actually the automatic creation of *mht doesn;t works for me, I have to 'Save As' again even when the check box 'Automaticaly save property' and 'Save as Single Web Page' already checked
    - edit my tableofcontents.xml, insert the GUID inside tag Microsoft.Help.F1.

    The node of my table of contents already appeared in DAX Help, however when I click the subnode which supposed to open my document, it didn;t.

    Please help,
    Thanks, Anton
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