Ja (Da,Si,bien) is no option

garakgarak Posts: 3,301Member
edited 2012-06-14 in NAV Tips & Tricks
This tip is only for users with an NAV language <> ENU (Like DEU or NLD)

You start NAV Client and you get the message:

"Nein is no option" or "Ja is no option"

This message will be displayed, if you change the language in NAV to EN before you close it and then you start NAV again with the shortcut on your desktop.

For example:
servername=MyServername, ntauthentication=Ja, company="CRONUS AG", nettype=tcp, id=C:\ZUPFolder\MyZup.zup

to avoid this message, change your shortcut properties to
ntauthentication=Ja to ntauthentication=1 
or
ntauthentication=Nein to ntauthentication=0 

I know it's an old issue and anybody knows this, but for "nebies" with a language <> EN could it be for interest.

Regard
Do you make it right, it works too!

Comments

  • imurphyimurphy Posts: 308Member
    However I also get this when I reopen NAV using the start menu icon - which is to say finsql.exe without any parameters.

    It automatically reopens the last db I had open but just occasionally it generates the message 'Sí is no option'
  • krikikriki Posts: 7,860Member, Moderator
    I think that is because the options are saved in the zup-file and probably sometimes they go nuts if you change languages.
    I have the habit of creating shortcuts in which I put all parameters. These shortcuts I then give to all the users.
    Regards,Alain Krikilion
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  • imurphyimurphy Posts: 308Member
    Thats probably the cause alright.

    This only occurs to me and I don't use much in the way of zup files - I set up short cuts for clients but unless I'm going to be using a particular db solidly for days then I just open nav and pick the db I want to work on.

    Ian
  • SogSog Posts: 1,049Member
    How can you alter that parameter with a NAS?
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  • garakgarak Posts: 3,301Member
    Is there a ENU folder or BEL Folder in the NAS folder?
    Does this message comes when u debug?
    Do you make it right, it works too!
  • krikikriki Posts: 7,860Member, Moderator
    Sog wrote:
    How can you alter that parameter with a NAS?
    Check this : http://www.mibuso.com/howtoinfo.asp?FileID=15
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  • SogSog Posts: 1,049Member
    When adding the ntauthentication=1 to the bat file, the parameter is not recognized, and failes to start the Service :(
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  • krikikriki Posts: 7,860Member, Moderator
    Sog wrote:
    When adding the ntauthentication=1 to the bat file, the parameter is not recognized, and failes to start the Service :(
    That is very strange, I always use 1 or 0 and it works.
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  • DenSterDenSter Posts: 8,043Member
    Sog wrote:
    How can you alter that parameter with a NAS?
    You don't need that parameter with NAS. The service is set up with a Windows login, and it inherently knows that it uses NTAuthentication.
  • fufikkfufikk Posts: 100Member
    In my case (NAV PL, server EN, NAS 5.0) removal of zup file did the trick. Windows account used for NAS was the same as the one I was logged on to and prior to installing NAS I logged to NAV (client app) with this user account. Apparently NAS saw my zup file and threw an error.
  • AGerNavAGerNav Posts: 9Member
    I 've always used the "ntauthentication=0" syntax in my shortcuts and i' ve never had any problems. The message appeared all of a sudden. I deleted the .zup file but it didn't work. Any ideas? Coult it be something with the language that was tampered with by some user? Or perhaps the way that the parameter 0 works .... ?
  • BernardJBernardJ Posts: 57Member
    This problem can also occur in combination with a breakpoint file (NaviBP.xml). Removal of this file worked for me
  • kennet_lindbergkennet_lindberg Posts: 6Member
    BernardJ wrote:
    This problem can also occur in combination with a breakpoint file (NaviBP.xml). Removal of this file worked for me
    Thank you, this has been driving me nuts! =D>
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  • DmitriySozinovDmitriySozinov Posts: 14Member
    BernardJ wrote:
    This problem can also occur in combination with a breakpoint file (NaviBP.xml). Removal of this file worked for me
    Great advice, saved my day :)
  • JoergRJoergR Posts: 10Member
    Hi, i recently had the same error but none of above tricks did resolve this issue (deleting fin.zup, breakpoint xml, options to language and so on..)

    In my case, the user had created a menue shortcut which somehow did trigger the above error message when loggin in (in particular, when loading the menu suite).

    So i had to delete the user specific shortcuts from table User Menu Level (2000000061) where the shortcuts are stored as BLOB.

    HTH
    Joerg
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