While all effort should be made to prevent ID’s in your DAX environment to get out of aligned, if they do then the below script might be of assistance. This script is designed to re-align field ID’s only and should be run after the table Id’s re-alignment script, if necessary.
While all effort should be made to prevent ID’s in your DAX environment to get out of aligned, if they do then the below script might be of assistance. This script is designed to re-align table ID’s only. It should be run twice. The first run will move tables, if necessary to the end of the table list, then the second run will move then to their correct position. This is to handle the issue of another table already using the ID that should be assigned, so allows the other table to be moved out of the way so the second pass can put everything in the correct place.
A strange issue occurred today. I compiled the CIL on a system today, and the system reported an error. The error log included a handful of classes that did not exist in the system. They related to old classes that had been deleted.
I have been testing the new CU7 AXBuild compile feature. It seems to work quite well. Comparing the compile time of the AXBuild to the standard AX compile time is as follows:
There has been a lot of changes to the AX2012 system with the introduction of the retail module. However if you are not using retail should you disable the key to remove the functionality from your AX solution.