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Please let me know the use of table contents table property with example.
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Leave this property set to Not Specified for most tables.
Set to Default Data for customer-independent data. For example, time intervals and unit conversions.
Set to Base Data for customer-dependent data. This data is often from an existing system that has been imported or entered into Microsoft Dynamics AX. For example, customers and vendors.
Set to Default+Base Data for data that can be customer-dependent in some countries/regions, but not in others.
You can look into the official documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamicsax-2012/developer/best-practices-for-table-properties
Can you explain me more like in standard which table we can use:
You can check these tables:
Please let me If i check
CustParamerter and VendParameter table, we can see table contents property is Default Data
But in HRMParameters property is Not Specified ?
There is not a real feature which requires to have correct values in this property. The purpose if vague and it has not been implemented in a consistent way by Microsoft. Default data should tell you that the table contents would be valid for all customers. For sure, there are different implementations.
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