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is there any way to see all the files that have been imported in AXAPTA 2009 during a certain period of time? in order to upgrade to new D365 we need to assess all the manual imports that are currently done in AX 2009.
since there are many ways to import data to AX2009 (out of the box and possible customizations), I recommend to gather this information from the users of the system. This will also allow you to get the relevant business context for the integrations, and you will anyway need to discuss with these people when you plan how to solve the requirements in D365.
We can't answer this question for you. Like mentioned by Nikolaos, there could be many ways of importing data. If you are using AIF, there might be logging enabled, but for custom imports, there will be no logging created.
Anyway, if you will upgrade to Dynamics 365, review your processes with the business users and check if you can improve the way of working. Then you can also check which exact imports are required.
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