30 Mar’17

Dynamics 365, EnterpriseD365 Operations Table browser error – Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

In D365 Operations, many times we need to check what data is store in tables. So, we open table browser from backend. Sometimes we face below error for all tables while opening table browser, it is a very common error and it simply means any recent customization is not compiled or sync in database.


  1. Go to Dynamics 365 -> Build Models
  2. Select the model which you have recently customized.
  3. Go to options tab. Select Synchronize database. Click Build.


Written by

Sohagani Shah

ERP Developer

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