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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Tables Overview – Part two

In a previous blog we discussed how tables in Dynamics AX have more capabilities than standard SQL Server tables. In this article, we will discuss how to manipulate data stored in Dynamics AX tables. The RecId column To make it easier to identify records in AX tables and to avoid duplicates, AX adds a column to each […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Tables Overview

Dynamics AX’s application object tree (AOT) is a container that stores most of the objects that Dynamics AX uses to provided its functionality. The Data Dictionary folder in the AOT contains the Tables folder.  Tables are the main way to store data in Dynamics AX. AX’s AOT Data Dictionary folder  AX tables are similar to […]

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