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Perhaps one for the MVP's out there but I understand that to move changes to a production environment we need to request this via LCS and a DSE will conduct the changes.
My question relates to X++ jobs. Currently in AX 2012 I have a requirement to write a number of data fixes as part of a resolution to product defects. So if the code malfunctions, yes we go and fix the code but we also fix the data which the malfunction broke.
And my question is.... if my deployment is simply to run say 20 X++ jobs to resolve broken data, can we as a partner do this or will the DSE do this on our behalf and do we just communicate this to them?
Thanks in advance.
Hi Chris Ironmonger,
As partner or customer you don't have any access to database or source code on prod environment, actually there is no code at all, only binaries. Second thing is that you don't have jobs in new AX anymore, all done via runnable classes.
You can develop 20 runnable classes (or ordinary classes with access through menu or one big class or something else you would like to do) and deploy them as all other code through LCS, then you can run them in prod environment to fix data.
Here is an article how to run runnable classes from URL https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dynamics-coe/2016/09/29/ax7-systablebrowser-sysclassrunner/
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