It is very frustrating to have a table ID conflict which causes AX to drop a table with data that is needed. As anyone with AX 2012 experience will tell you, these things can be a major pain, even with two developers writing code at the same time. I think that over the years many people have shared SQL snippets, I have incorporated their ideas and added an additional step I have not…
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