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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Administration Cookbook by Simon Buxton

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Chapter 3. Model Management

In this chapter, we will cover the following topics:

  • Transferring an XPO
  • Installing an AX model
  • Managing conflicts
  • Uninstalling a model
  • Exporting or importing a model store
  • Refreshing an environment from live
  • Applying a hotfix from Microsoft
  • Clearing application user caches and usage data

Introduction

Models are created by grouping application elements within a specific AOT layer. They could be new elements (a new field on a table) or modified from a lower layer (for example, modifying a method on a class in order to extend or change it).

Some examples of models are as follows:

  • ISV-supplied document-routing add-on
  • Partner supplied modifications for your implementation

    Note

    Refer to Appendix, Further Reading for further information ...

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