You can turn on a log of Dynamics SQL actions, do something in the area of interest in Dynamics then look at the log to see which tables have been accessed.
- Find file DEX.INI in you Dynamics directory - Find the lines: SQLLogSQLStmt=FALSE SQLLogODBCMessages=FALSE and edit them to TRUE - restart Dynamics and navigate to your area of interest - In your dynamics directory delete DEXSQL.LOG (it will be quite big by now !) - Change a field in the form you are interested in, then save the change. - Look at the DEXSQL.LOG file - BINGO !!
Make sure you edite the DEX.INI file entries back to FALSE else you will end up with a giant log file.