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The KeyMacro method is a new feature within our Excel modules for AS3 and AS2.
After discovering that we could not download the latest AS2 SDKs from our website due to the high number of daily requests, we decided to write a KeyMacro API for programmers to use in their applications.
A couple of days later we got the API request from a programmer asking us to create an API which would allow him to create a macro to type a message into an email. This was achieved by simply copying the three line code as seen above into a cell in Excel and pressing the “Run Macro” button.
Before the programmer could be unhappy with his success, he realised that there were a few issues with the way the code worked. For example, if the cells were typed into a worksheet, the code would not work. Therefore, he asked us to create an API for programmers to use in their applications.
After a couple of days of doing some development, we were happy to present the new KeyMacro method to the world. This method allows programmers to do whatever they want with any data and can simply be used by typing the KeyMacro method into their code. We believe that this is a great method of displaying data to the user, and we hope it will see widespread use in the future.

AX 2012:

New features:

Microsoft Silverlight Controls – Silverlight support is new to AX 2012. If you want to develop in AX 2012 and use SL controls, then make sure you reference the appropriate AX package.

Microsoft Sharepoint Integration – AX Sharepoint integration is new to AX 2012. If you want to develop in AX 2012 and use Sharepoint content, then make sure you reference the appropriate AX Sharepoint package.

Microsoft PowerShell support – Powershell support is new to AX 2012. If you want to develop in AX 2012 and use Powershell, then make sure you reference the appropriate AX PowerShell package.

Registering your application as a Modulesync package – Registering your application as a Modulesync package is new to AX 2012. If you want to develop in AX 2012 and register your application as a Modulesync package, then make sure you reference the appropriate AX Modulesync package.

Subscription update or upgrade – Subscription update or upgrade is new to AX 2012. If you want to develop in AX 2012 and perform subscription updates or upgrades, then make sure you reference the appropriate AX Subscription package.

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Find: Find all the accounts in the Active Directory database that match the specified criteria (in the ‘User/Computer’ or ‘Group’ fields).

Search all: Search all the user accounts in the active directory database.

Add/Remove OU: This allows you to specify the OU in which to search for the matched accounts, and whether to add or remove them.

Searching: This allows you to specify the search type (raw or pipe-delimited). The pipe delimiter makes the output easier to read, but the data is not necessarily easier to work with.

Search Types: These options control the search type and include the following:

raw: Searches the LDAP attribute value that you specify.

pipe-delimited: Searches LDAP attributes according to the LDAP search pattern that you specify.

You can specify the LDAP search pattern as a set of LDAP attributes, like so:

CN=Sample User,OU=Test OUs,OU=Some Group,OU=SomeOther Group,DC=Contoso,DC=com

By default, if your search pattern contains wildcards, the results will be saved into a directory named “*_*_*” (for example, if you search for “Ldap User OU Groups”, the results will be saved into the directory “Ldap User OU Groups”). This can be changed by using the “Directory” option in the Preferences dialog.

The number of accounts that are found will be shown in the LDAP row, and the accounts that will be moved or disabled will be indicated by a check in the Move/Disable checkbox. You can also specify whether to print the output to the console window or the Results.txt file.

You can also specify whether to select only user accounts or only computer accounts. For example, to select only computer accounts, you can change the ‘Type’ column’s filter value from ‘User’ to ‘Computer’.

NOTE: Accounts are selected based on user or computer attributes, so a search for “Full Name=Sam Smith” will return a list of users who have a full name that matches Sam Smith, regardless of whether they are a computer or a user. You can change this search to a computer search by changing the ‘Type’ column’s filter value from ‘User’ to ‘Computer’.

The output is a single line for each matched account, and the “Add/Remove OU

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