Merging concurrent changes in AX with TFS

Suppose you’re an AX developer working in an AX instance shared by few other developers. You want to do some changes that would likely cause issues to your colleagues until they’re finished, therefore you’ve created a separate instance and work there. To simplify the example, assume that you’ve changed only a single method. If nobody …

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Team Foundation Service and Dynamics AX

Microsoft just turned status of its hosted Team Foundation Server from Preview to Released and encourages everyone to try it. It’s not the first hosted TFS, but it’s both free (with some limitations) and for commercial projects, which makes it really attractive. You can currently use it without any limitations, but the future Free Plan …

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