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Developer's Toolkit doesn't work

Troubles_In_ParadiseTroubles_In_Paradise Member Posts: 588
Hi everybody!

I've just installed Developer's Toolkit version 2.00 SP3 and I started reading the manual (I've never used it).
I'm already blocked in fact I did the following:

1. opened the db in Nav Client
2. opened the Dev Toolkit
3. File -> Database -> Open
4. filled the needed fields
5. Push Ok

now the manual tells me to create an import version in this way:

1. open the Dev Toolkit
2. File -> Import
3. ecc...

the problem is that in the File menu I have not the Import choice.
it seems like it doesn't open the db...

Any Ideas?

Thx in advance!
~Rik~
It works as expected... More or Less...

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    Troubles_In_ParadiseTroubles_In_Paradise Member Posts: 588
    One day of work throwed into trash searching for solutions to this problem!
    Please help me!
    I tried also to install the Developer's Toolkit version 3.0 but with this version I've other problems!
    ](*,)
    ~Rik~
    It works as expected... More or Less...
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    ara3nara3n Member Posts: 9,256
    you need to open the fdb with navision client not dev client and then import the fob.
    Ahmed Rashed Amini
    Independent Consultant/Developer


    blog: https://dynamicsuser.net/nav/b/ara3n
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    Troubles_In_ParadiseTroubles_In_Paradise Member Posts: 588
    ara3n wrote:
    you need to open the fdb with navision client not dev client and then import the fob.
    First of all Thanks for replay.
    I'm not sure I've understood what you mean. You told me to open the fdb with navision client but is what I did.

    and then I tried to create an import version in the dev toolkit as manual said:
    Creating a New Import Version
    In the import version, you must define some settings before you can start the object
    import.
    
    Note
    Before you can create an import version in a new database, you must create a company
    in the Developer’s Toolkit database. You should use at least one company per customer
    database or different application languages. You can also use different databases, each
    with one company.
    
    To create a new import version, do the following:
    1 Start the Developer’s Toolkit.
    2 On the File menu, point to Database and click Open to open a Developer’s Toolkit
    database or to connect to a Developer’s Toolkit server database.
    3 On the File menu, click Import. The Import Version Card window appears.
    

    but as I said the File Menu doesn't have the Menu Item "Import"
    ~Rik~
    It works as expected... More or Less...
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    Troubles_In_ParadiseTroubles_In_Paradise Member Posts: 588
    Solved! Version problem!
    Thx to Belias!

    bye
    ~Rik~
    It works as expected... More or Less...
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    rhpntrhpnt Member Posts: 688
    1. Create a new native NAV database (min. 500000Kb) - using NAV 4-sp3 non SQL client
    2. Restore the Cronus database (full)
    3. In the new DB create a new customer (name as you wish)
    4. Delete the Cronus customer
    5. Import the Developer Toolkit objects
    6. Open the DB with the toolkit
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