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I use microsoft dynamics AX2009 and I don't know why axapd.aoi and axusr.aod change modified date
at first, I think if I add an object or sync DB it will change but it doesn't so I have no Idea why it change
Please try to stop the AOS servers and delete the aoi file and restart AOS servers, it is necessary when deploying new developments.
.aod files contain the layer data (code and metadata).
axapd.aoi file is an index file that are managed by the system.
Why do you need to know when they are modified? Is there some problem that you are investigating? If yes, why not directly share the problem with us - only that way we can help you solve it.
Anyway I would assume that if you develop something, compile and AOS restart would cause your .aod file (for that layer) to be updated.
If you think your .aoi file is bad, you can just stop your AOS and delete the .aoi file. It's recreated when the system starts.
IT auditor want to know if there any action happen on that day because there's no customization and I've tried to check if it change after restart service
.AOI file can be regenerated at any time so there's no point in auditing that.
The date on the .AOD depends on your prod delivery process. If you do a layer delivery (which is the recommended approach) the date is carried on from your staging environment.
If you do some development directly in prod (never recommended) it can of course change at any time. For example if some user creates an x++ job that would eventually change the date of the .AOD file of USR layer.
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