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Changing the query for an existing CUE

In AX 2009 we could change the query behind a personalized CUE.  This seams to have been removed from AX 2012.

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But we that can develop, still have a chance, using X++.

Run the following job script, and you will get the query up, so that you can change the query.

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This will bring up the normal query form, where you can make your changes, and then press OK to save the new query in you Cue.

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5 comments on “Changing the query for an existing CUE

  1. Jelle Verhage

    I now see in code that it was added to the form there. So I’m sorry for the confusion, it is not available in standard AX indeed.

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  2. In standard AX 2012 R3 CU9, there are no edit possibilities on this form. I have also checked the source code. Maybe AX 2012 R2 have some features that R3 don’t ?

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  3. Jelle Verhage

    Hello Kurt,

    It seems that queries of cues can be edited or removed in AX2012 via: Organization administration -> Setup -> Role center -> Edit cues.

    Kind regards, Jelle Verhage

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    • Thomas Ryde

      Hello Jelle,
      There is no way here to edit the queries.

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      • Jelle Verhage

        Hello Thomas,

        Perhaps you have an older version of AX. I could sent you a screenshot, there is functionality to edit the queries of a cue in AX2012 R2.

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