Many people may be familiar with the CombineXPOs.exe utility for Dynamics AX that mfp has shared on his blog. This utility is useful to take many individual xpo files and create a single large xpo file that can be imported into Microsoft Dynamics AX either from the command line or manually in the client. I recently had a scenario where I wanted to do the opposite, export a large project from Dynamics AX and then parse the project into individual XPO's. This was useful to compare all of the objects installed in a layer in multiple enviroments. Hit the jump for the source code and binaries.
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Friday, March 16, 2012
In Part 1 of this article I described a method to migrate MorphX version control data into TFS version control using the TF.exe command line utility and an x++ job. In Part 2 I will touch on some of the difficulties I faced and give a little more detail on how I overcame them.