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DAX 2012 R3 CU9 – new Retail pricing simulator

In the newest cumulative update for DAX, Microsoft have included a Pricing simulator:

Now you can “simulate” a retail POS sale in AX, and see how prices are calculated in CRT, and uses a new class to perform the price simulation

This will certainly make the testing of retail prices much easier.

Thanks Microsoft.

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3 comments on “DAX 2012 R3 CU9 – new Retail pricing simulator

  1. Hello Kurt, after I updated the Ax with Cu9, when I try start the POS, appear the message “Database Mismatch”.
    I tried run the retail database utility, but it isn’t works

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