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Synchronization problems in AX 2012 R3; Try disable track changes.

If you are installing a ISV solution into a Contoso environment, and you suddenly see that you cannot synchronize, and you cannot see why:

Here is a tip that works for me;

Disable the track changes in the specified tables;

Then the synchronization is able to perform. After synchronization you can enable it again.

If you want to switch on/off in SQL, then this is the script for Switching off;

 

To switch them on again;

 

Happy Daxing !

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1 comment on “Synchronization problems in AX 2012 R3; Try disable track changes.

  1. madsebdrup

    Hi Kurt,
    Thanks for the post. Wonder how this interferes with the database-level change tracking setting required for using Master Data Management for Dynamics AX 2012 (see below)?

    Cheers – Mads

    // From: https://technet.microsoft.com/da-dk/library/dn720449.aspx:
    Enable Change Tracking
    You must enable change tracking on both the SQL MDS database and the AX 2012 business database.

    //

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