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I have configured Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 installed to my local PC in order to access Application Explorer (especially AOT). Installing Microsoft.Dynamics.Framework.Tools.Installer.vstx (Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations Visual Studio Tools) and connecting VSTS has been completed.
But, I cannot explode the menu of each AOT menu (Data Model > Tables, Code > Classes, User Interface > Forms etc.). I checked the menu: Dynamics 365 > Options, there are no available rules in the option: Dynamics 365 > Best Practices. There are no models I can select.
Then, I tried to create model by using VS menu: Dynamics 365 > Model Management > Create model ... , but following message appeared. What should I do in order to explode AOT menus?
Hi Atsushi Kashima,
You should use preconfigured VM for development, because there is no publicly available way to install all required components. However, you can use VS installed on local box to browse code only, please refer to this blog for details dev.goshoom.net/.../ax7-development-tools-without-vm
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