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New database table field does not show up with intellisense in Dynamics AX 4.0 Code Editor

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Hi there,

FYI - very new to the Dynamics environment. Modyfing the existing system, I just add a new field in the database table under Dynamics and wants to map it to the column in CRM. BUT in dynamics code environment it doesn't show up with intellisense. How this can be done?

Thanks in advance!
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Hi there,

if you say you added it to the database table ... do you mean in the SQL server?
If yes: Always modify tables in the AOT.
If no: Please tell me more on your installation; maybe add bitmaps showing where you added the field and where it doesn't show up.

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agrippine
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Thanks Agrippine,

I just about to close this question as figured out to modify the AOT. Either way thanks for your reply. Accepting your reply as an answer to my question. I add the field in AOT and modify my query to update the CRM database. Tested and verified. Works fine now!!!

Have a nice day!
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