Granules in navision's license file

ADVADV Member Posts: 2
edited 2006-05-09 in Navision DOS
How can I look granules which include in navision's license file?

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  • ara3nara3n Member Posts: 9,241
    With a license there is also a .cfg file that has detail on which tables etc the license have. If you go to to tools->license, you'll see the list of granules.
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  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    The file can be with .txt extension or any other. It depend on your NSC. If you need which granules are included, look into "Tools - License informations". There is list of all granules in your license. Or you can open the .flf file in text editor and the header is including the list too...
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  • Luc_VanDyckLuc_VanDyck AartselaarMember, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 3,632
    kine wrote:
    [...] Or you can open the .flf file in text editor and the header is including the list too...

    This question is posted in the Navision DOS forum, so I doubt it will be a flf-file.
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  • kinekine Member Posts: 12,562
    Oh, sorry... mea culpa... too much new posts, too small Section name... ;-)
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  • m1kkelm1kkel Member Posts: 5
    Hello im from denmark.

    Are you using Naviosion 3.56a or do you have it lying around somewhere? I really need a license for it, because my license to 3.55 is not working in 3.56, and i cant buy it anywhere.

    It would be trufully nice of you, if you could help me..

    Regards Mikkel
  • ridczakridczak Member Posts: 8
    So, any info how to see what is included in a licence for DOS Navision? I have a little mess here with documentation & rather highly customised database -> so I'm not sure what (ie which tables) I can use and what can not.

    Best regards
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