Install Sana Add-on in AX Environment

Open 'Install Sana Commerce on AX Environment' wizard, choose you AX version and service to see more information.

Import Sana Project

Make sure, that if any database development is in progress, stop it and synchronize the data dictionary before importing the SANA project.

The project can be found in the Sana Commerce release package: AX -> [AX Version] -> 'SharedProject_SANA.xpo'.

To import the Sana project into Microsoft Dynamics AX:

Step 1: Start Microsoft Dynamics AX environment.

You can start the Microsoft Dynamics AX environment on different layers using the configuration tool and import the project on an empty layer.

Step 2: Go to the following location at Microsoft Dynamics AX menu: Tools > Development tools > Wizards > Label file wizard.

Step 3: Check the 'Create new label file ID' checkbox and click 'Next'.

Step 4: Type 'SCL' in the 'Label file ID' field and click 'Next'. Then click 'Finish' to exit from a wizard.

Step 5: Open projects window (Ctrl+Shift+P) and select the 'Shared' folder.

Step 6: Import the Sana Commerce Microsoft Dynamics AX project (Ctrl+Shift+I) with labels. The project ('SharedProject_SANA.xpo' file) can be found in the 'AX' folder of the release package.

Sana Commerce Microsoft Dynamics AX Project Import

Step 7: Compile SANA project and check that there are no errors or warnings.

If some errors occurred please import the project one more time and recompile it.

If labels are shown incorrectly, stop AOS and replace the label file in the application directory with the one from the Sana Commerce release package (the 'axSCLen-us.ald' file in the 'AX' folder).

Pay attention to the display language of Microsoft Dynamics AX. By default we provide the label file only for the English (United States) language of Microsoft Dynamics AX with the language culture name 'en-us'. For all other available languages in AX, Microsoft Dynamics AX creates the empty label files.

Thus if your Microsoft Dynamics AX uses some other display language or the English language but not with 'en-us' language culture name, for instance 'en-GB' for United Kingdom then you should copy the content of the label file from the release package into the appropriate label file in the AX application directory with a language culture name of your AX client. Or just copy the label file from the release package, rename it using the correct language culture name and replace the one in the AX application directory.

For example, if during the installation of Microsoft Dynamics AX you have selected the Dutch display language, the label file should be renamed to 'axSCLnl.ald'.

If all steps have been followed and performed then the Sana project is imported to Microsoft Dynamics AX.