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Ax 2009: Regenerate AIF Classes - How?

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I've added a few fields to CustInvoiceJour that I need to expose through AIF.  I'm trying to regenerate the Ax classes through the AIF Document Service Wizard, but no luck so far, because Ax says that the Document name/Service class name/Document object class name etc. already exists.

Well, that is the point, isn't it?  I want to regenerate the classes, not create new ones fer crying out loud!!!

And, yes, the 'Regenerate AxBC classes' check box is ticked.

PLS help!
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OK, finally got the solution from MS support: In 4.0, you could use the AIF Document Service Wizard to regenerate the Axd classes. This is not possible in 2009, although the wizard's interface still makes you think so. Instead, go to the main menu and select Tools->Development tools -> Application Integration Framework -> Update document reference. In the dialog, select the service class that you want to update and click OK.  This will update the service class with any data sources that you may have added or deleted to the underlying query.
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