Internal Error in Module 11

katisaunderskatisaunders Member Posts: 10
edited 2004-06-30 in Navision Attain
Help - has anyone ever seen this error? It seems to happen when a user is in a form that has many filters, and then they click out to Email and back in.

The complete message is "Internal Error in Module 11 - Contact your dealer if you need assistance."

Any suggestions would be great!

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  • SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    edited 2005-12-06
  • SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    It Usually Says "Internal Error X in Module Y"

    Your's just says 11?
  • spycraftspycraft Member Posts: 66
    Hi.. the error list doesn't give any explanation on the errors. It will be really helpful and useful if explanations are given... :lol:
  • SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    It gives it's usual abbeviated descripion to point you in the right direction. Thats just the way Navsion does it. Anyone can feel free to add detailed descriptions :idea:
  • SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    Internal Error 100 in Module 11 is different from just:
    "Internal Error in Module 11 - Contact your dealer if you need assistance."

    Just wondering what it is
  • katisaunderskatisaunders Member Posts: 10
    Sorry - it is Internal Error 100 in Module 11. I left out a number.

    And then Contact your Dealer for Assistance.

    Any ideas?
  • SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    From the Navision site:


    Internal Error 100 in Module 11

    Missing Attribute. There is an attribute (a property) which the system is expecting to be there, but which is not there.

    First published: Wednesday, September 06, 2000
    Last update: Wednesday, September 06, 2000
    Document ID: 10538

    Missing Attribute. There is an attribute (a property) which the system is expecting to be there, but which is not there. If development is happening on a live system, this could easily happen. Especially if a user is trying to run an object that the developer is in the midst of changing. Try closing Financials and opening it again (to clear the object cache).

    Another common situation for this to happen is when you attempt to print. This may mean that there is a property missing in the printer itself. Try running the printer setup, or switching to a different printer driver.



    Chris Krantz
    NCSD,NCSQL,MCSD,MCSE
    Microforum Inc.
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • katisaunderskatisaunders Member Posts: 10
    No programming, and no printing. Any other advice?
  • Dean_AxonDean_Axon Member Posts: 193
    Hi Katie,

    Try these :

    Modules:
    1 Operating System
    5 Trees (keyed index trees)
    9 Type
    11 Attributes
    15 Stack Manager
    17 File
    18 Large Fixed Decimal Numbers
    19 Database
    24 MiniTree
    25 Help Lookup
    27 OIO (backup and restore?)
    30 Presentation Object Manager
    35 OCX
    36 OCX Type
    40 RunTime
    41 Evaluation
    42 Format
    45 String
    46 Date
    47 Text Conversion
    50 Binary Coded Decimal (Decimal No.)
    60 UA (The connection between the Database and Forms)
    61 UA_Control (Controls use in the connection between the Database and Forms)
    70 Application Object
    71 Report Object
    77 Dataport Object
    80 Execute External Program
    81 Form Object
    101 AL_Run (C/AL Stack Machine Interpreter)
    102 C/AL (compiler and editors)
    103 Codeunits
    110 Data Manager
    111 Wizards
    112 Printer Driver
    160 License File
    165 unknown (fields?)
    169 Binary Object Import/Export
    200 Development System
    243 NetBIOS
    244 TCP/IP

    Windows Error Descriptions:
    http://www.navisioner.com/downloads/docfile/error%20in%20module.xls

    Also:
    A better explanation you will get with net helpmsg x or net help x from the cmmandprompt.
    Or open FIN.ETX with notepad (contained with your client folder).
    Get the module-section by searching for String "@[email protected]<MODULENUMBER>", then look for the error by @[email protected]<ERRORNUMBER> and you will get the description.

    Although this error does not seem to show in the fin.etx file on this occasion. I have had this before and unfortunately not all errors are listed :(

    Dean
    Remember: Keep it simple
  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    Try to compile all objects... Object Designer - All objects - select all - F11 - Yes, marked objects was not compiled... test it after that...
    Kamil Sacek
    MVP - Dynamics NAV
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