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I am working on the API of dynamicsAx.
I want to know which tables are affected with the API call 'SettleVendorInvoice'.
Please reply with details or process of above API.
Do you make vendor payments outside of AX?
Is is right that you are still on AX2009? If so, which version of AX2009 do you operate?
We are using the API with help of "Microsoft.Dynamics.BusinessConnectorNet;" But not getting the scene behind it.
I think you should first think about what data you need. If you first try to identify everything what's going on when settling invoices and only then selecting what you need, you'll find that it's super complicated and 99% is likely irrelevant for you. Therefore identifying what's relevant and then looking just for that (and ignoring the rest) is likely a better approach.
In either case, things like debugger, cross-references and database profiler will help you to understand the impact of a particular call.
I have run SQL profiler but gives 100-200 sql queries and Its hard to identify What to take from that logs. That's why asking in the community somebody has exact knowledge regarding this process or SQL queries then it will more helpful.
Yes, that's exactly what I'm talking about. Looking at everything is virtually useless, because there are two many things going on and most of them are not important for your task (whatever it is).
You really should spend a minute thinking about what you're trying to achieve and then focus on data relevant to this goal.
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