Viewi deleted entries?

milindmilind Member Posts: 130
Is there any way to view the deleted entries i.e Entries which are deleted through form.
Does navision maintains the history of deleted records?

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  • garakgarak Member Posts: 3,263
    only if the user has deleted the enties. For this, you must activate and configure the "Change Log". But note, this navision tool only record changes by user. not changes during code.

    But, why your customers has the permission to delete entries :?:
    Normal, the customer license not allow to delete entries. Work your customer with your developer license?
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  • garakgarak Member Posts: 3,263
    an other way, use the backups (logs, database) -> restore this as an new database and then compare (search)
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  • krikikriki Member, Moderator Posts: 9,086
    garak wrote:
    But, why your customers has the permission to delete entries :?:
    Normal, the customer license not allow to delete entries. Work your customer with your developer license?
    It could be gives with permissions on the form from where the records are deleted.
    Or maybe the entry-table milind is talking about is NOT a standard table.
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  • garakgarak Member Posts: 3,263
    thats true kriki, but i belive, they have no form (report, codeunit, etc.) with this seperate permission. If yes, and the missed entries are value entries, some ledger entries, G/L entries, so on, than (*,)

    Oh, thats right, it can also be an non standard entry table. :roll: ]
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  • David_SingletonDavid_Singleton Member Posts: 5,479
    garak wrote:
    ...But, why your customers has the permission to delete entries :?:
    Normal, the customer license not allow to delete entries. Work your customer with your developer license?

    How do you know it was an end user. I can quote many cases where a developer has gone on site (or through Citrix) to their clients live database with a developer license and destroyed it.

    That is nothing new.

    Maybe we need a new exam question in the C/SIDE I test:

    When is is ok to use a developers license on a clients live database.
    a/ Never
    b/ When I messed something up, and now need to cover my tracks so no one finds out.
    c/ When ever I get a license permission error.
    d/ When the customer asks me to.

    :whistle:
    David Singleton
  • garakgarak Member Posts: 3,263
    ähm, /d :?:
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  • BeliasBelias Member Posts: 2,998
    "b" and "c" for sure :!:
    :whistle:
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