Have you ever wished you could generate ERDs for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 database tables? Ever wanted to know what tables are used in a module, or what module a particular table belongs in? Well, now you can do all that and more on the AxErd web site.
From the AxErd site, you can:
Using Procurement and sourcing as an example, you can see ERDs centered on several different tables, including the following:
You can also view all the tables in Procurement and sourcing and view the parent-child relationships for those tables.