Run delta preprocessing scripts [AX 2012]

Updated: July 18, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

You run the delta preprocessing scripts after you complete the Global address book country/region upgrade task on the Microsoft Dynamics AX source system. The delta preprocessing scripts check for changes to the production data that have occurred since you started running the live preprocessing scripts. Then, like the live preprocessing scripts, the delta scripts process the updated data into the shadow and dictionary tables.

Like the live preprocessing scripts, the delta preprocessing scripts run while your Microsoft Dynamics AX source system is live and being used for production. To optimize performance, you can pause some or all of the delta scripts by using the Manage running tasks form.

NoteNote

Some delta preprocessing scripts cannot be paused. These scripts appear in the grid with a Task state that says The task does not support pausing.

You can run the delta preprocessing scripts multiple times until you are ready to enter single-user mode. To minimize downtime, make sure to run the delta preprocessing scripts just before entering single-user mode.

  1. In the Preprocessing upgrade checklist, click Run delta preprocessing scripts.

  2. In the Upgrade delta preprocessing form, click Run.

Complete the following steps to pause delta preprocessing scripts.

  1. In the Upgrade delta preprocessing form, click Manage running tasks.

  2. In the Manage running tasks form, do one of the following:

    • To pause a single script, select a running script from the grid, and then click Pause task.

    • To pause all running scripts, click Pause all tasks.

Complete the following steps to resume a paused script.

  1. In the Upgrade live preprocessing form, click Manage running tasks.

  2. In the Manage running tasks form, select a paused script from the grid, and then click Resume task.


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