From the Microsoft Dynamics AX Blogs: Refreshing dev machines; Missing work time; PowerShell data refresh; Create new languages

A selection of the latest insight from the Microsoft Dynamics AX blogs:

  • Refreshing an AX7 Development Machine with Changes from Other Developers
  • Timesheets & Missing Working Time
  • How to Solve AX Data Refresh with PowerShell?
  • Create a New language in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations

Refreshing an AX7 Development Machine with Changes from Other Developers

On the K3 Technical Blog, Kalle Sober pointed out that with Dynamics 365 for Operations (AX7), every developer must work on his or her own machine and share the work with others using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS).


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