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I used the new data migration tool to load in items into AX 2012. Looks like the migration tool didn't run the insert method on inventtable and so it did not create records for that product in InventItemSalesSetup, InventItemInventSetup and InventItemPurchSetup and so the default orders settings form is greyed out.
I ran a job after to create these records. The records are created correctly in the table but when I open the default orders settings form for the product, all fields are still greyed out as if no records exists.
Has anybody faced this problem? Am I missing a table or something when I create these records through x++?
Any help would be appreciated.
I too face similar problem after migrating data using the recently released Data Migration Framework. Appreciate any help on this. Thanks
I have resolved this issue by importing data into these three tables (through SQL)
The rule is that for every item, you need to have two lines with proper dimension IDs. Originally when I imported the data through DMF, these three tables did not populate.
Have same problem, will appreciate any help.
AX 2012 Techno Consultant
Thanks for your help, I tried this but did not solved the issue, did anybody tried it?
I got it to work using the following code, hope it helps!
inventDim1.InventSiteId = "ABC";
inventDim = inventDim::findOrCreate(inventDim1);
inventItemSalesSetup.ItemId = itemId;
inventItemSalesSetup.InventDimId = inventDim::inventDimIdBlank();
inventItemSalesSetup.InventDimIdDefault = inventDim.inventDimId;
inventItemInventSetup.ItemId = itemId;
inventItemInventSetup.InventDimId = inventDim::inventDimIdBlank();
inventItemInventSetup.InventDimIdDefault = inventDim.inventDimId;
inventItemPurchSetup.ItemId = itemId;
inventItemPurchSetup.InventDimId = inventDim::inventDimIdBlank();
inventItemPurchSetup.InventDimIdDefault = inventDim.inventDimId;
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