To import upgrade Step 1 objects, open Object Designer in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Classic client and import the Upgrade601700.1.fob file.
When you upgrade a local version, import the fob file from the UpgradeToolKit\Local Objects folder on the Microsoft Dynamics NAV media.
Otherwise, import the fob file from UpgradeToolKit\Data Conversion Tools\601 folder on the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 media.
You will receive a message that the client cannot import the objects because there are objects already in the database with conflicting versions. Choose the OK button and then, in the Import Worksheet dialog box, choose Replace All.
The Upgrade601700.1.fob file contains several standard application objects.
|Table ID||Table name|
Ledger Entry Dimension
Journal Line Dimension
Production Document Dimension
Posted Document Dimension
G/L Budget Dimension
Service Contract Dimension
DO Payment Credit Card
Document Dimension Archive
FA Allocation Dimension
Item Budget Dimension
These objects are cleaned of all code and variables before they are added to the Upgrade601700.1.fob file. This is to make sure that you do not receive compilation errors when you compile these objects in Step 2. This enables you to focus on resolving compilation errors caused by customization or changes in the platform.
If you have added your own fields to any of these tables, you have to replicate these changes before importing the objects.