debug message question

jversusjjversusj Member Posts: 489
edited 2005-10-19 in Navision Attain
I searched the forum for an answer to this newb question, and was unable to find one.

I was running the debugger in 3.6 to observe the financial voiding of a cheque payment, and encountered some blocks of code represented as "the source code is not available." I can continue to step through and witness changes being made to the globals until i re-enter a code-block that shows me everything again. It does not seem consistent (i cannot tell if it is the same point in the procedure every time, although it does not seem like it).

i have never seen this before (i have only worked on the c/al side of navision since march 05). Is this an issue of code being hidden from folks without the proper licensing?

thanks, and sorry if this was already answered and I just couldn't find it!
kind of fell into this...

Comments

  • DenSterDenSter Member Posts: 8,304
    I've seen that happen a few times, and it is license related I think. Usually customer's licenses allow us to debug, but sometimes it doesn't come up. If you have a developer license, you should be able to see it all.
  • jversusjjversusj Member Posts: 489
    Thanks. I work for a company running Navision, so I don't have a developer's license (that is, i'm not a real developer, just a hack doing the best i can!).

    thanks again.
    kind of fell into this...
  • DenSterDenSter Member Posts: 8,304
    We're all hacks here, you just get better at it after a while :)
  • SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    jversusj wrote:
    I was running the debugger in 3.6 to observe the financial voiding of a cheque payment

    Maybe you can explain what you're trying to do and someone can help. :-k
  • jversusjjversusj Member Posts: 489
    Savatage wrote:
    jversusj wrote:
    I was running the debugger in 3.6 to observe the financial voiding of a cheque payment

    Maybe you can explain what you're trying to do and someone can help. :-k

    well, a payment journal was posted where one of the payments was taking a payment discount with no dimension defined. We tried to void the cheque (reverse entry), but kept getting an error that the dimension couldn't be blank when the journal batch name and template were also blank. i watched through debugger to see if i could find where the problem was and got the message I reported here.

    I ended up going with void check only, which was able to void the payment and let us cut another cheque where we didn't take the payment discount. i was mostly curious about why some parts of the code were being masked from view.
    kind of fell into this...
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