I have a doubt.
NAV SQL clients connect to a DB as normal, but if the NAV Server service is down they continue to connect without problem. My question, what exactly is the NAV server service for?
I have completely shut down the server with NAV server, open the NAV client sql and can access all the data. So what happens?
NAS, do you need the NAVserver to work or the NAV webservices?
you can have a NAV service which serves to let the RTC clients connect to NAV. If you don't use RTC clients, you don't need it.
It is possible that it is the NAS Service (something like "Application Service" in the description) and the executable is nassql.exe. This service is used by job queue and everything that works in the background without a user being connected to NAV.
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Service tier is the one where Data encashments happens.
Sorry if I misunderstood something.
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