Friday, May 19, 2017

AX POS Permission Groups and Leading Zeros - Solved!

In my previous blog post, AX Modern POS Retail Channel Reports missing and setup, I discussed an issue I hit where I would go into the Retail Channel Report Configuration form and setup permission groups. These groups would immediately not save the values in the form. The form field is a multi-select field so it won't save invalid values.

The values were invalid as the leading zeros in the POS Permission group were being dropped by the code in Figure 2 below. Changing these names to something other than a value with a leading zero fixed the issue (Figure 1).



Figure 1 - Need to start the POS Permission Group name with NOT a zero

Figure 2 - AX will drop leading zeros

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