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Mastering Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Programming by Mat Fergusson, Simon Buxton

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Working with version control

We can add any object, such as a table or class, to source control as long as it is modified in the current layer and not in a higher layer.

Adding a model to version control

When we created the models in Chapter 1, Preparing Our Solution, we added them to source control. This can be done afterwards by following these steps:

  1. Navigate to Version Control | Add model to version control.
  2. The Check-in description field is Check in by default and is usually suitable, but this can be changed if required.
  3. Select the model ID to add to source control.

    Note

    The Model repository folder field must be changed so that the last part is a folder for this model (you may have to create the folder).

  4. Ensure that a folder exists for the model ...

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