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Figure 3-17. The Adjust Global Types form
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The Synchronize item on your installation checklist ensures that your database schema is consistent with the metadata definitions of your application. In other words, it runs through your table object definitions and pushes their definitions to your SQL Server or Oracle database, making sure that the two are in sync. The amount of time this task takes varies depending on the number of discrepancies and your computer s power. You ll see a progress dialog that will close automatically when the application and database are fully synchronized.
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Warning You can t use the system without synchronizing.
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Although this is a pretty straightforward task, it s quite time-consuming, so let s save time by doing no more than is necessary. Clicking on the Initializing the Help System link will execute an Axapta wizard. As the first page of the wizard states, if an index is skipped now, it will be created the first time it is accessed by a user (see Figure 3-18).
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Figure 3-18. The Initializing the Help System wizard start page
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Click on the Next button. The next page of the wizard, shown in Figure 3-19, allows you to specify which languages the help system should be initialized for. Be sure to initialize any languages that will be used now, as this task takes time and if a user invokes it accidentally, it will hinder system performance. Depending on the speed of your system and the languages
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selected, this task can take several hours; we recommend running it overnight. Once you know your way around, you can skip this step when installing and run it later if you wish; just remember to not open the Help system until you ve completed this step.
Figure 3-19. The Initializing the Help System Select Languages page The next page in this wizard asks whether an index should be created. We recommend accepting the default, which places a check in the box. Help text is stored in your database, and creating an index will speed things up. The last page of the wizard informs you that this is a time-consuming process and asks you to click Finish to confirm that you really want to embark on it. A progress dialog is displayed while the help system is initialized. When the process is complete, the bar disappears.
Update Cross-Reference
Documentation on this feature of Axapta is nonexistent. This section will help you understand what it s all about. Axapta application objects can contain references to each other. A very common case is a table that consists of fields that are defined by extended data type objects. In practice, the table refers to the extended data types in question. The extended data types, in turn, might have relations to tables (they reference tables, and so on). Axapta provides the ability to follow and look up these cross-references at runtime. However the cross-references must first be persisted to the database. This is quite a complex process, and we will go through it in detail. The Update Cross-Reference (w/Recompile) form consists of two tabs: General and Batch. The General tab of the Update Cross-Reference form (shown in Figure 3-20) specifies the strategy for the cross-reference update and the types of Axapta application objects whose
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cross-references should be pushed to the database. The Batch tab allows you to set up the execution of this task as a batch job.
Note The Batch tab is a standard batch job form. We ll cover batch jobs in detail in 5.
Figure 3-20. The General tab of the Update Cross-Reference form
The General tab page consists of three control groups. The first, Call, Reads and Writes, has three check boxes: Delete All specifies that references in code should be updated by simply deleting all existing cross-reference information in the database and generating it anew from scratch. Update All specifies that cross-references already in the database should be updated. Selective specifies that the update should only create and persist data for inexistent references and update those that are no longer in sync between the application and the database. The second group, Other Cross-References, specifies whether the Axapta data types and the tables as defined in Axapta are to be included. In the UtilElements group, you can specify that only references modified at a specific date should be included, and the types of objects whose cross-references should be included. You can specify these using the Select button. For now, leave this at the default.
Note Some of the options on the General tab are a bit nonsensical. For example, what is the rationale of
being able to specify Update All and Selective simultaneously in the Calls, Reads and Writes control group All systems have these oddities, so simply work around them. We never select Delete All, and never check both the Update All and Selective check boxes together.
For our purposes, check the Update All, Update Data Model, and Update Type Hierarchy check boxes on the General tab of the form, as shown in Figure 3-20. Click the OK button and take a break; this is another time-consuming task.
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