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AX is not logging change or enter data as it used to. In the attached picture you can see that the created by, and modified by information is blank for customer address record info. This is used to see who entered the data or changed it and when. It is very useful for root causing the problem and training the worker.
Is this is an Hotfix issue...? what is the solution of this.
Can anyone help on this...?
Is it really enabled on this particular table?
In table properties the modified is said to be ''yes" and we can able to see the modified and created details in the table records but it the form level record info we didn't get the values.
I guess that you checked the setup and data of DirPartyPostalAddress table, but that's not what's displayed in the form. The forms shows data of DirPartyPostalAddressView (not DirPartyPostalAddress).
If you want to see DirPartyPostalAddress, you need to look somewhere else.
Whether there is any possible to get the Modified and Created details in Record info of address...?
In DirPartyPostalAddressView Can't able to change the Properties for Modified and Created by details. These are disabled.
Sure, setting it for a view wouldn't make sense, because no records are created or modifed there. It's a read-only view to tables.
What you seems to be interested are Created*/Modified* fields of DirPartyPostalAddress, therefore you should look at the table. Looking at the view goes directly against what you want, because it doesn't expose the fields you're interested in. If you insist on having the fields also into the view and not just in the table, you would have to add them to the view.
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