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Thursday, June 08, 2006

Cutting and addressing the *.udb and *.aoi

Cutting from one environment to another in AX 3.0 is part of daily life for promtion of code, go lives, environment tests, etc.

One of the things that you may run into is you copy everything from a given Appl\ folder inot another to cut the full environment from one infrastructure (AOSes) to another. A Tricky thin you might run into if you Copy over the *.udb and Index File (*.aoi) is a message will start appearing saying there are more AOS(es) than your current lic. allows. The trick to fixing this is delete the *.aoi and *.udb files, then restart the application and allow Ax to rebuild these two files.

This will effectivly fix this problem, and keeps some tracking down of this issue headaches away! I also always recommend Not moving these files from one environment to another.

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