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You have already encountered numerous situations in which Axapta uses flat files to store data. Axapta uses files to store system data such as definitions for forms, reports, and basically all the objects you can see in the AOT. The same applies to labels, help information, and the X++ code. Furthermore, Axapta allows you to save and read different types of information such as configuration-key setups, startup configuration settings, and logs in files. These vary in format but for the most part are plain text, so you can open them with a text editor. The formats vary, but Axapta provides all the necessary tools to read, write, and manipulate them.
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Because 17 provides a description of all the files that make up the Axapta system, for the most part this chapter will focus on the data that Axapta stores in the database system of your choice i.e., the business data that is persisted to Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle. The only exceptions here are the tools used for exchanging business data with external systems that rely on files. They are covered in the Import and Export section of this chapter. It s important to know that the data that is stored in external files is system data, data that has been exported, or data that is available to import into Axapta. The most important of these that are not covered in 17 are as follows: XPO files used for the following: Saving definitions of objects or object branches from the AOT Exporting configurations made with the client and server configuration utilities CFG files used for exporting configuration key setups AXC files used for saving configurations made with the client and server utilities that can be used as shortcuts for starting Axapta with the configuration data they contain TXT files used for license codes DAT and DEF files used for Axapta business data; typically used for exchanging data between systems XLS files used for saving Microsoft Excel templates containing definitions of Axapta tables that can be used to import data from other systems That s it in a nutshell.
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Axapta is designed to be database-independent, and therefore it relies as little as possible on the database layer. In practice, the only database objects that Axapta uses are tables and indexes, so for the most part Axapta hides the database from you and whatever you can do with one database you can with the other. But nothing is perfect, and even relying so little on the data layer, you should be aware of some differences. This chapter provides you with a walk-through of the database-related features and includes subsections that describe the limitations Axapta imposes on the data layer, as well as noteworthy differences between using Axapta with Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle. The Axapta schema master is not in the database, but in Axapta, i.e., the table and index definitions are stored as metadata in AOD files, and any changes you make directly to the database are not reflected in the Axapta meta definition; they may be lost if the meta definition is changed and subsequently pushed to the database by a process called synchronization. Consider two important aspects concerning the database: Configuration keys determine whether a table object is defined in the database if the configuration key is not enabled, the tables that support the respective functionality are not created in the database even though their definitions exist in the AOT. Temporary tables (tables whose Temporary property is set to Yes) are not created in the database; their data is transient.
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Furthermore, even though a table may be persisted, not all fields or indexes are persisted automatically; it depends on their settings and on other objects on which they depend being enabled. A field is persisted if the following terms are met: The table in which it is defined is persisted The extended data type the field is derived from is enabled The configuration key for the extended data type they derive from is enabled The SaveContents property of the field is set to Yes An index is pushed to the database in the following circumstances: The table and fields that it depends on are persisted The configuration key on which they depend is enabled The Enabled property of the index is set to Yes
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