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SEPA for Cartera module in Spain

timoomittimoomit Member Posts: 4
Hi,

we have a customer in Spain using NAV 5.0 (no SP1). They use the Cartera module and we want to update it for SEPA transactions. I tried to find any Information from Microsoft regarding this, but could not find anything on their Websites.

Does anyone have any experience with this? I am not sure whether we have to downgrade the module's new version from NAV 2009/2013 or if there is any other option.

Timo

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    Marije_BrummelMarije_Brummel Member, Moderators Design Patterns Posts: 4,262
    You should downgrade.

    MSFT only supplies a solution for currently supported versions.
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    timoomittimoomit Member Posts: 4
    Hi Mark,

    thank you for your reply. We are aware of Microsoft's strategy regarding updates of old versions, of course.

    However, this is a special case (in my opinion) as they still support the classic Client (CC) through NAV 2009 (which is still supported). And as far as we know the Cartera module of 2009 (CC) is the same as in 4.x/5.x. Therefore, I assumed that they might provide anything.

    Timo
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    ftorneroftornero Member Posts: 523
    At the end of December or he begin of January Microsoft Spain will publish a downgrade for NAV2009 SP1/R2.
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    geordiegeordie Member Posts: 655
    timoomit wrote:
    However, this is a special case (in my opinion) as they still support the classic Client (CC) through NAV 2009 (which is still supported). And as far as we know the Cartera module of 2009 (CC) is the same as in 4.x/5.x. Therefore, I assumed that they might provide anything.Timo

    Anyway won't be possibile to directy import in a 4.x or 5.x db the objects even if business logic are the same, since they will need some little modification (removing rdldata from reports, fieldgroup property from tables and so on).
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    timoomittimoomit Member Posts: 4
    ftornero wrote:
    At the end of December or he begin of January Microsoft Spain will publish a downgrade for NAV2009 SP1/R2.

    Thank you for your reply.
    Where did you get this Information from? Is there any written comment by Microsoft regarding this? My customer starts getting nervous and I tend to do the same if they really wait until beginning of 2014 :-k

    Timo
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