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user2022 asked a question on 8 Jun 2014 1:34 AM

Hello,

What the dependency between the HR and Payroll modules and the rest of AX modules ?

On other way, If I need to cancel the HR and Payroll modules from MS AX. What are the modules that will be affected ?

Regards

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Denis Macchinetti responded on 9 Jun 2014 9:21 AM

Hi

I think the best way is clone the environment and remove the HR and Payroll license.

When you remove the licenses, will be showed a form where is listed the tables and fields that will be removed.

Finally, you can use this env for make a test on your processes after licenses removing.

Thanks & Regards

Denis Macchinetti

Senior Technical Architect

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Kumar Gaurav responded on 15 Jun 2014 10:05 PM

Not sure why this confusion arises but with AX 2012 you really don't have to remove any core module. Can you please elaborate on your need.

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Saravanan L responded on 8 Jun 2014 12:00 PM

The dependency between HR and Payroll is basically running payroll for the workers in the company. This has quite a few dependencies between them; mainly to highlight Absences (which directly affect the payroll), Taxation and Labour union. Look at the configuration keys to get an idea of the complete list.

Secondly, Payroll can be safely ignored. But HR, the workers and employees are the core pieces who is linked to every other module typically Procurement, S&M.

Regards,

Saravanan L | Enterprise Architect | MCT | My Blog

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Mr. Bert Stegeman responded on 9 Jun 2014 8:27 AM

Please look at our website where you can find 33 reasons for using the HRM module of Dynamics AX. www.fourvision.com.

This subject is also available as a brochure. Please let me know if you are interested.

kind regards,

Bert Stegeman

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Denis Macchinetti responded on 9 Jun 2014 9:21 AM

Hi

I think the best way is clone the environment and remove the HR and Payroll license.

When you remove the licenses, will be showed a form where is listed the tables and fields that will be removed.

Finally, you can use this env for make a test on your processes after licenses removing.

Thanks & Regards

Denis Macchinetti

Senior Technical Architect

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Kumar Gaurav responded on 15 Jun 2014 10:05 PM

Not sure why this confusion arises but with AX 2012 you really don't have to remove any core module. Can you please elaborate on your need.

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