Schema Sync, Definition has changed, etc

JDVyskaJDVyska Posts: 159Member
Question for folks. NAV 2017. I make a change to a table, say Job, and sync that one table immediately. Why is it, then, that the RTC client reports that the definition of the Sales Header has changed on Sales Order pages?

Am I missing something in how sync works these days? I have a vague memory that this might have to do with subscriptions.
JEREMY VYSKA
Senior Dynamics NAV Developer, Update Affärssystem, Göteborg, Sweden
Remember: If you use Ask a Question, it can be marked as Answered and will be more visible!

Best Answers

Answers

  • kvbkvb Posts: 83Member
    good question, my "like" is on the table :)
  • kvbkvb Posts: 83Member
    JDVyska wrote: »
    Question for folks. NAV 2017. I make a change to a table, say Job, and sync that one table immediately. Why is it, then, that the RTC client reports that the definition of the Sales Header has changed on Sales Order pages?

    Am I missing something in how sync works these days? I have a vague memory that this might have to do with subscriptions.

    By the way, Jeremy do you have multitenant environment or single?
  • JDVyskaJDVyska Posts: 159Member
    Single tenant DB.
    JEREMY VYSKA
    Senior Dynamics NAV Developer, Update Affärssystem, Göteborg, Sweden
    Remember: If you use Ask a Question, it can be marked as Answered and will be more visible!
  • janpieterjanpieter Posts: 296Member
    We have that a lot, it is mysterious. I have a habbit of hitting 'build server application objects' and synchronize all objects with force from the menu after changing a key table. This seems to decrease the problem however I'm clueless why this would be needed.
    In a world without Borders or Fences, who needs Windows and Gates?
  • kvbkvb Posts: 83Member
    edited 2017-12-07
    My guess was about multitenant environment but its not right as JDVyska answered..
    So it is also a mystery for me...
    I usually just restart the client and that`s really frustrating for customer to do this each time after importing just a single minor table.

    Maybe our MVP`s know more about it?
  • kvbkvb Posts: 83Member
    That makes sense, thanks!
  • JDVyskaJDVyska Posts: 159Member
    Welp, that makes the most sense. I might test it out, but that's entirely logical.
    JEREMY VYSKA
    Senior Dynamics NAV Developer, Update Affärssystem, Göteborg, Sweden
    Remember: If you use Ask a Question, it can be marked as Answered and will be more visible!
Sign In or Register to comment.